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Good Documentation Practices

Good Documentation Practices

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Good Documentation Practices

Good Documentation Practices (GDP or GDocP) are essential for maintaining the integrity and quality of records and documents in various fields. Let’s explore these practices:


1-Permanent

a. Written information in GMP documents can’t be changed, erased, and washed off.

b. Use specific colored ballpoint pens only.

c. Do not use a pencil, water solution ink pen, felt tips pen, etc.


2-Legible

a. easily accessible.

b. easy to read.

c. No error or overwriting.

d. if any error is found after recording the data, cross out incorrect information with a single line. Enter correct data, sign, and date near correction.

e. All corrections should be done in such a way that the previous entry is legible and should be explained in brief.

f. Do not scribe out or blackout with pen, white out (use of whitener) or write over.


3-Accurate

a. Calculations are duly verified and information is recorded with care.

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