Protocols provide general guidelines that can be used by used both healthcare professionals and general members who are not healthcare professionals to improve the quality of life & decrease the risk of disease. These protocols can be found throughout this website in the different Education modules, and other Educational Resources. The protocols are also listed in the Protocol Library for quick and easy access to all protocols.
Protocol Updates and Protocol Feedback
Protocol updates are based on new clinical observations and new findings in the medical and scientific literature. Feedback on protocols is encouraged. Please use our Contact Us form to provide feedback on any protocol, or to make recommendations for new protocols. Protocol feedback is encouraged from both healthcare professionals and general members who are not healthcare professionals. Protocol feedback is reviewed, and evaluated in light of clinical experience and review of published international scientific/medical research.
While protocols have traditionally been available only for viewing and use by healthcare professionals, advances in doctor/patient relationships have resulted in evidence based clinical practice guidelines being open to public viewing, such as the clinical practice guidelines from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.