Good Practice

A ‘good practice’ refers to a specific methodology or treatment that has been judged optimal after weighing the available outcome evidence. Often the terms ‘good practice’ and ‘best practice’ are used to describe the same, but ‘good practice’ is often a preferred term, since it does not imply that no further innovation or revision is required.

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