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Putting prevention into practice (Green Book)

A prevention framework

Implementation is challenging and requires understanding of barriers. Consideration of the questions and issues in the prevention framework ‘PRACTICE’ is likely to facilitate an improvement in the delivery of preventive (and clinical) care (Table 1). See Appendix 2 for a quick guide to putting prevention into PRACTICE.

Table 1. PRACTICE 
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Table 1. PRACTICE prevention framework

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