The problems of “best practices” arise largely when the best practice (usually tested in one or more particular localities) is imposed as policy from central authority upon the highly variable other settings in which they may not fit the particular circumstances
Lawrence W Green, 2001   From research to ‘best practices’ in other populations and settings

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