standing orders

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A formal protocol specifying how to proceed in any commonly occurring set of circumstances, sometimes set out in bylaws or other written guidelines of an organization, such as a public health department. Standing orders do not have the legal force of regulations but are intended to replace or augment ad hoc decision making in an organization.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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