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A new method for developing a consensus guideline in AML

The AML Hub was pleased to speak with Tom Coats, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, Exeter, UK. We asked, What is the new method for developing a consensus guideline in AML.

A new method for developing a consensus guideline in AML

Coats begins by discussing the challenges of current clinical guidelines, and outlines the nimble approach he is working on. He describes how the consensus guideline was generated, and illustrates potential use cases. Finally, he compares his guidelines to the ESMO guidance, and highlights the work being done to make the guidelines readily accessible.

 

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