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Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) are widely available and published by many sources. CPGs hold great potential for application in practice. The best summarize a large amount of clinical and scientific evidence on a particular topic, in a format that informs practice. This series provides a monthly review of one of the many available CPGs. The CPG reviewed in this month's column provides recommendations for a very common problem: urinary tract infection in women. It is expected that this CPG will have broad application.Readers are encouraged to suggest specific CPGs for future columns or to request that the editor search for and summarize a CPG addressing a common health problem. Readers are also invited to submit a manuscript reviewing CPGs that they find helpful in their area of practice.