Research :: Comparison of Clinical Preventive Services Guidelines, Tables

These tables compare the recommendations of the major existing clinical guidelines for middle childhood and adolescence, identifying areas of convergance and differences. The tables review more than 50 topics, such as diet, emotional well-being, hearing, oral health, sleep patterns, and unintentional injury. There are two versions: full and condensed.

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December 30, 2004

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Middle Childhood - Full Version
Middle Childhood - Condensed Version
Adolescence - Full Version
Adolescence - Condensed Version

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