Clinical guidelines

We have been involved in the development of a number of guidelines on low back pain.

Kim was a member of a working group set up by the Royal College of General Practitioners, Clinical Audit Programme to produce clinical guidelines for acute low back pain.

www.chiro.org/LINKS/GUIDELINES/FULL/Royal_College/index.html

Kim was part of a working group set up by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine that developed occupational health guidelines for managing back pain at work.

www.facoccmed.ac.uk/library/docs/backs1.pdf

Kim was also a member of the management committee for the European guidelines for management of back pain, and chaired the sub-group responsible for developing guidelines for Prevention in Low back Pain.

European COST Action B13. Low Back Pain: Guidelines for its Management
European COST Action B13. Low Back Pain: Guidelines for its Management

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Faculty of Occupational Medicine. Occupational Health Guidelines for the management of Low Back Pain at Work

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Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Acute Low Back Pain
Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Acute Low Back Pain

Royal College of General Practitioners. Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Acute Low Back Pain. 1999