“Clinical practice guidelines we can trust”

Institute of Medicine

Guideline development has changed significantly since the seminal publication by the Institute of Medicine. Producing trustworthy guidelines requires time, resources and expertise. Our group of consultants are available to help in order to ensure methodological rigour while also maximizing efficiency of any guideline effort.


Clinical Practice Guidelines

GUIDE experts can provide assistance with anything from the development of Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) structure, budget and internal training processes; to dissemination an implementation of recommendations.

We provide methodological support for clinical practice guidelines (CPG) using the Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) methodology. Our group has developed expertise in supporting large multinational organizations in their guideline development process.

Rapid Practice Guidelines

Most CPG are updated every 3-5 yrs. Between updates, new and potentially practice-changing evidence can emerge that will not be incorporated until the next guideline iteration. Therefore, it is a priority to speed the integration of new evidence.

GUIDE is collaborating with Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) to develop Intensive care medicine rapid practice guidelines (ICM-RPG). The aim of the ICM-RPGs is to ensure timely production of trustworthy clinical practice recommendations on topical questions related to critical illness diagnosis and/or management.

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2019

Intensive care medicine rapid practice guidelines (ICM-RPG): paving the road of the future Journal Article

Intensive Care Med, 2019, ([DOI:hrefhttps://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00134-019-05786-910.1007/s00134-019-05786-9] [PubMed:hrefhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2119558321195583]).

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Intensive care medicine rapid practice guidelines (ICM-RPG): paving the road of the future Journal Article

Intensive Care Med, 2019, ([DOI:hrefhttps://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00134-019-05786-910.1007/s00134-019-05786-9] [PubMed:hrefhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2119558321195583]).

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ĐĐR Alterations as a Surrogate Marker for ŦMB in SCLC - Use it or Lose it? Journal Article

J Thorac Oncol, 14 (9), pp. 1498–1500, 2019.

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Borhan, S; Mallick, R; Pillay, M; Kathard, H; Thabane, L

Sensitivity of methods for analyzing continuous outcome from stratified cluster randomized trials - an empirical comparison study Journal Article

Contemp Clin Trials Commun, 15 , pp. 100405, 2019.

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Singarayer, R; Mete, O; Perrier, L; Thabane, L; Asa, S L; Uum, Van S; Ezzat, S; Goldstein, D P; Sawka, A M

A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Điagnostic Performance of BRAF V600E Immunohistochemistry in Ŧhyroid Ħistopathology Journal Article

Endocr. Pathol., 30 (3), pp. 201–218, 2019.

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Dixon, N M; Lawrence, C

Cytomegalovirus: A growing problem Journal Article

Nursing, 49 (9), pp. 66–69, 2019.

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Catheter Ablation Versus Medical Ŧherapy for Atrial Fibrillation Journal Article

Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol, 12 (9), pp. e007414, 2019.

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Lewis, K; Culgin, S; Jaeschke, R; Perri, D; Marchildon, C; Hassall, K; Piraino, T; Thabane, L; Almubarak, Y; Alshahrani, M S; Rochwerg, B; Baw, B; Szczeklik, W; Karachi, T; Alhazzani, W

Cuff Leak Ŧest and Airway Obstruction in Mechanically Ventilated ICU Patients (COMIC): a pilot randomised controlled trial protocol Journal Article

BMJ Open, 9 (7), pp. e029394, 2019.

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M?ller, M H; Alhazzani, W; Shankar-Hari, M

Focus on sepsis Journal Article

Intensive Care Med, 2019.

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Girardis, M; Alhazzani, W; Rasmussen, B S

What's new in oxygen therapy? Journal Article

Intensive Care Med, 45 (7), pp. 1009–1011, 2019.

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Schunemann, H J; Mustafa, R A; Brozek, J; Santesso, N; Bossuyt, P M; Steingart, K R; Leeflang, M; Lange, S; Trenti, T; Langendam, M; Scholten, R; Hooft, L; Murad, M H; Jaeschke, R; Rutjes, A; Singh, J; Helfand, M; Glasziou, P; Arevalo-Rodriguez, I; Akl, E A; Deeks, J J; Guyatt, G H

GRAĐE guidelines: 22. Ŧhe GRAĐE approach for tests and strategies-from test accuracy to patient-important outcomes and recommendations Journal Article

J Clin Epidemiol, 111 , pp. 69–82, 2019.

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Zhang, Y; Coello, P A; Guyatt, G H; Yepes-Nunez, J J; Akl, E A; Hazlewood, G; Pardo-Hernandez, H; Etxeandia-Ikobaltzeta, I; Qaseem, A; Williams, J W; Tugwell, P; Flottorp, S; Chang, Y; Zhang, Y; Mustafa, R A; Rojas, M X; Xie, F; Schunemann, H J

GRAĐE guidelines: 20. Assessing the certainty of evidence in the importance of outcomes or values and preferences-inconsistency, imprecision, and other domains Journal Article

J Clin Epidemiol, 111 , pp. 83–93, 2019.

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PCSK9 inhibition, atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, and health economics: Challenges at the crossroads Journal Article

J Clin Lipidol, 2019.

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Zhang, Y; Coello, P A; Guyatt, G H; Yepes-Nunez, J J; Akl, E A; Hazlewood, G; Pardo-Hernandez, H; Etxeandia-Ikobaltzeta, I; Qaseem, A; Williams, J W; Tugwell, P; Flottorp, S; Chang, Y; Zhang, Y; Mustafa, R A; Rojas, M X; Xie, F; Schunemann, H J

GRAĐE guidelines: 20. Assessing the certainty of evidence in the importance of outcomes or values and preferences-inconsistency, imprecision, and other domains Journal Article

J Clin Epidemiol, 111 , pp. 83–93, 2019.

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Zhang, Y; Alonso-Coello, P; Guyatt, G H; Yepes-Nunez, J J; Akl, E A; Hazlewood, G; Pardo-Hernandez, H; Etxeandia-Ikobaltzeta, I; Qaseem, A; Williams, J W; Tugwell, P; Flottorp, S; Chang, Y; Zhang, Y; Mustafa, R A; Rojas, M X; Schunemann, H J

GRAĐE Guidelines: 19. Assessing the certainty of evidence in the importance of outcomes or values and preferences-Risk of bias and indirectness Journal Article

J Clin Epidemiol, 111 , pp. 94–104, 2019.

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