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Clarity and presentation (domain 4)4321
15. The recommendations are specific and unambiguous.4
Comments: They are clear but general.3
16. The different options for management of the condition are clearly presented.
Comments: I am unsure about the relevance of this question to this report.
This is not relevant to the topic being considered.
1
17. Key recommendations are easily identifiable.4
Comments: The key recommendations in the guideline are easily identifiable and include implementation.
They are clearly laid out at the beginning of the report.
4
18. The guideline is supported with tools for application.4
Comments: Implementation of recommendations given (p10-11, 77-82)4

From: Appendix 4, Critical appraisal of Breaking the circles of fear: a review of the relationship between mental health services and African and Caribbean communities

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The Experiences of Black Service Users in UK In-Patient Settings in Relation to the Short-Term Management of Disturbed/Violent Behaviour (Supplement).
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 25S.
Nelstrop L, Chandler-Oatts J, Cowl J, et al.
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