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Synonyms for practice

Synonyms for practice

to do or perform repeatedly so as to master

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to subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

to work at, especially as a profession

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repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

a working at a profession or occupation

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Synonyms for practice

translating an idea into action

knowledge of how something is usually done

carry out or practice

learn by repetition

engage in a rehearsal (of)

avail oneself to

engage in or perform

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This clinical practice guideline includes detailed algorithms for diagnosing patients who are suspected of having SIHD, and for assessing risk in those who are known to have SIHD, which may be particularly helpful for clinicians in primary care practice.
Acknowledging that the process of completing systematic reviews involves risk is not an indictment of practice guidelines any more than recognizing that false positives and false negatives exist is an indictment of science.
In this era of overwhelming information, practice parameters and technology assessments that synthesize evidence-based data, and clinical practice guidelines that combine evidence with a consensus of expert opinion, are both invaluable resources to clinicians and clinician researchers.
The survey question most pertinent to this study and defined as the dependent variable was, "How large an effect does your use of formal, written practice guidelines such as those generated by physician organizations, insurance companies or HMOs, or government agencies have on your practice of medicine?
our results showed substantial variabilities in some PT testing practices as they relate to laboratory practice guidelines and standards.
A combination of graphic and text-based material is very useful for demonstrating clinical practice guidelines as well as clinical protocols for assembling biomedical devices.
The most important reason we have practice guidelines is to identify the standard of care.
Gambrill sets the stage in a particularly clear fashion by contextualizing the evidence based practice movement, distinguishing between evidence based practice and practice guidelines, and providing implications for the development of social work practice knowledge.
National practice guidelines for physical therapy in patients with low back pain.
However, the American Medical Directors Association (AMDA) clinical practice guidelines state that the prevalence of urinary incontinence increases with age and affects women more than men.
The patient guidelines are derived from the network's clinical practice guidelines in oncology that are developed for physicians.
The accompanying Technical Report, ISO/PDTR 15489-2: Information and Documentation -- Records Management -- Part 2: Guidelines, provides additional practice guidelines related to the standard, and it is nearly twice as long as the base standard.
has reported on recently published European Best Practice Guidelines for Renal Transplantation which state that anti-thymocyte globulin (ATG) is preferable to OKT3 for the treatment of acute rejection episodes.
Sometimes these recommendations are gathered together in clinical practice guidelines.
The NGC, a repository for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, was developed by the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR) in partnership with the American Medical Association and the American Association of Health Plans.