HIV Testing for Patients Attending General Medical Services: National Guidelines
London: Royal College of Physicians, 2005 March; 10 p.
This series, edited by Lynne Turner-Stokes, FRCP, "covers issues that are not covered by the major guideline producers but which are likely to be encountered across several medical specialties and primary care. The guidelines are designed to allow clinicians to make rapid, informed decisions based on up-to-date, systematically reviewed and accessible evidence. Where such evidence does not exist, consensus will be used to complete the clinical pathway."
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