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guidelines

[ˈgaɪdlaɪnz] nplinstructions fpl générales, conseils mpl
new guidelines → nouvelles instructions
to issue guidelines on sth [government] → publier des instructions générales sur qch
to set guidelines for doing sth → fixer des règles pour faire qch

guidelines

[ˈgaɪdlˌaɪnz] npl (fig) → direttive fpl
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The National Guideline Clearinghouse (NGC) is a publicly available database of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and related documents.
ASIS International regularly provides the status of guideline projects so that members and others can access completed guidelines, review draft guidelines and provide comments, or learn the status of guidelines.
The guide sets out guidelines for establishing admissions policies and procedures and encourages boards to act in a timely fashion.
Under withering assault from Religious Right organizations, the Air Force has retreated from its plans to introduce tough new guidelines dealing with proselytism and sponsorship of religious activity.
Unfortunately, Brazilian TP methods do not follow general internationally accepted guidelines, which can frustrate those doing business with that country.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans is a statement of current federal policy on the role of dietary factors in health promotion and disease prevention.
guidelines lot preventing HIV infection after exposure through sexual intercourse, sexual assault, injection drug use, or accidents are available at http://www.
This CD ROM presents 9 Evidence Based guidelines for physiotherapy and a series of 3 articles which describe quality assurance in the Netherlands, the method of guideline development and method of guideline implementation respectively.
The supplement," as it is routinely called, accompanies the agency's most recent draft guidelines for cancer risk assessment, which are expected to be finalized early in 2004.
New voluntary ergonomics guidelines for nursing homes might be welcome news for an industry already straining under heavy government mandates--and might well provide useful guidance in minimizing costly workplace injuries.
Because 1985 guidelines for determining the ages for which children's toys are intended was becoming outdated, CPSC staff has developed new ones.

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