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GRADE Evidence to Decision framework

GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) framework is a systematic and transparent approach to making well-informed healthcare choices.

Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development, and Evaluation

Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development, and Evaluation (GRADE) is a transparent framework for developing and presenting summaries of evidence and provides a systematic approach for making clinical practice recommendations. It is the most widely adopted tool for grading the quality of evidence and for making recommendations.

Guideline Implementation with Decision Support

Guideline Implementation with Decision Support (GUIDES) is a tool to assist professionals when implementing guidelines with computerised decision support (CDS).

Guideline oversight committee

A guideline oversight or steering committee, selected at the beginning of a project, is a senior advisory body that is made up of senior stakeholders or experts that gain leadership support and are accountable for the proposed guideline. This committee provides guidance on issues that emerge in the guideline development process, including the products that emerge from all guideline working groups.

Guideline recommendation

A guideline recommendation tells the intended end-user of a guideline what he or she can or should do in specific situations to achieve the best health outcomes possible, individually or collectively. It offers a choice among different interventions or measures having an anticipated positive impact on health and implications for the use of resources. 

Guideline working groups

Guideline Working Groups are made up of experts who conduct the guideline development work. Working groups can focus on different areas of expertise such as conducting the systematic literature review, developing the computable guideline, designing the implementation process, communicating/disseminating the guideline, or evaluating the impact of the guideline.