GRADEpro Guideline Development Tool (GDT)
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GRADEpro GDT is an web solution for summarizing and presenting information for health care decision making. GRADEpro guides through the process of guideline development while it adheres to the GRADE methodology. To help in dissemination and support shared decision-making audience-specific presentations and interactive decision aids can be created for all final recommendations.
1 enero 2015
Interactive Summary of Findings Tables – iSoF
Summary of Findings (SoF) are tables that provide an estimate of the size of the effect of an intervention on each of the most important outcomes of interest and an assessment of the certainty of the evidence for each of those estimates. SoF tables are based on systematic reviews. The objective of interactive SoF (iSoF) tables is to improve understanding and use of evidence of the effects of healthcare interventions.
Evidence to Decision (EtD) framework
iEtD is an interactive tool to create and use frameworks to support communication in decision making.The iEtD tool provides functionality for preparing frameworks, using them in group discussions, and publishing output for implementation or adaption. The iEtD tool facilitates use of EtD frameworks by guideline developers, health technology assessment agencies, policymakers and managers.
Appraisal of Guidelines for Research & Evaluation Instrument (AGREE II)
The Appraisal of Guidelines for Research & Evaluation Instrument (AGREE II) was developed to address the issue of variability in the quality of practice guidelines and this was initiated with the development of the original AGREE Instrument. AGREE II assesses the methodological rigour and transparency in which a practice guideline is developed and can be used to guide their development.
GIN-McMaster Guideline Development Checklist
The Guideline Development Checklist project is a partnership between the Guidelines International Network (GIN) and McMaster University. The checklist is intended for use by guideline developers to plan and track the process of guideline development and to help ensure that no key steps are missed. Following steps outlined in the checklist will ensure that key items are covered and increase the likelihood of the guideline achieving higher scores when evaluated with credibility assessment tools.
GIN Public Toolkit: Patient and Public Involvement in Guidelines
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G-I-N PUBLIC is an international working group of researchers, health professionals and patient/public representatives that supports patient and public involvement in clinical guideline activity around the world. The toolkit is the result of a series of consultation activities held by G-I-N PUBLIC at international conferences of the Guidelines International Network. The knowledge generated by these activities, the work and experience of G-I-N PUBLIC members and literature on the topic formed the basis for developing the toolkit.
1 enero 2021