The implementation of guidelines for the management of patients with low back pain: the role of practitioners' attitudes and perceptions

@inproceedings{Bishop2010TheIO,
  title={The implementation of guidelines for the management of patients with low back pain: the role of practitioners' attitudes and perceptions},
  author={Annette Bishop and Nadine E. Foster},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Low back pain is a common condition which, although largely self-limiting, is responsible for large personal, societal and financial burdens. A multitude of best practice guidelines now exist for the management of patients with low back pain, with largely consistent messages. Although some guideline recommendations appear to have translated relatively well into clinical practice, studies have identified a relatively poor uptake for other key recommendations. The clear message from… CONTINUE READING