Australian GPs are offered guidelines not relevant to their patients, and they often ignore them

Guidelines for GPs are often based on evidence and studies performed outside of general practice itself. This affects doctors’ judgements of the risk-to-benefit ratio of treatments and the performance of diagnostic tests. As Tania Winzenberg, Professor of chronic disease management at the University of Tasmania, and I write in the Medical Journal of Australia today, ...

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