Top Ten insights into how COVID-END can help you support decision-making

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The COVID-19 Evidence Network to support Decision-making (COVID-END) has come together to help those already supporting decision-making to find and use the best evidence that is already out there (i.e. to support the evidence-demand side) and to help reduce duplication in and better coordinate the evidence syntheses, technology assessment and guidelines being produced (i.e., to support the evidence supply side). This time-limited network is working to support policymakers in low-, middle- and high-income countries working to address public-health measuresclinical managementhealth-system arrangements; and economic and social responses to COVID-19. On Wednesday, 20 May 2020, John Lavis (Director, McMaster Health Forum, and Co-lead, RISE) and Jeremy Grimshaw (Senior Scientist, Centre for Implementation Research, OHRI, and Co-lead, RISE) highlighted some of the models COVID-END has used to provide timely access to the best available evidence, how other groups around the world can make use of these models, and how we can help those working to support decision-making.

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