After running countless literature searches, sifting through huge piles of papers and encouraging our guideline development group members to complete literature reviews on tens of papers within very tight timeframes, and to join us in ‘exotic’ Manchester for consensus meetings, we are very pleased to announce that the DYSCERNE Clinical Management Guidelines for Angelman, Kabuki, Noonan and Williams syndromes are now available for download from the ‘Guidelines’ page of this website. In this manual, we have tried to include all the information about knee research, the stages of their implementation, problems that may arise in the process and during the organization, which would be interesting for both medical practitioners and students. However, due to the limitation of the permissible number of pages, we could not add some of the important examples, so look for nursing problem statement examples on https://bestwritingservice.com/essays/nursing/nursing-research-problem-statements.html, because such cases are quite frequent in any field of medicine.
This page also contains details on the methodology developed and used to produce these guidelines, as well as contacts for further information on this aspect of the DYSCERNE project.
We would like to thank all members of each of the guideline development groups for their support and hard work in developing the DYSCERNE guidelines.
Feedback so far has been very positive and we hope that the documents will be useful tools in planning the management of people with these rare conditions.