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Princess Margaret Hospital

Clinical Practice Guidelines

Clinical Practice Guidelines are systematically developed statements that are designed to provide advice regarding the clinical care and management of children and adolescents, developed by clinicians and researchers for use within Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH). Clinical Practice Guidelines are evidenced based using the best available evidence and are designed to improve the quality and consistency of health care, and health outcomes.

Guidelines are not prescriptive as they allow flexibility for clinician decision-making, but they are becoming the critical link between the best available evidence and good quality clinical practice.

Clinical Practice Guidelines:

Some of the links in these guidelines are only available to users within the Government of WA Department of Health network. Please remember to read our disclaimer.

Further Information

  • For further information on treatment related to these guidelines, contact the relevant PMH clinician.
  • For queries regarding guideline content, contact Gervase Chaney via Princess Margaret Hospital general number: 9340 8222.

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