Below are tools and resources for supporting the development of de novo or alternative guideline processes:
|Priority setting resources
||A useful scoping review and systematic review of prioritisation approaches in developing new guidelines.
|Institute of Medicine (IOM) standards
||The IOM (now called the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)) released standards for developing trustworthy CPGs in 2011. To be trustworthy, a CPG should comply with these standards.
||Stated key components and methods of high quality and trustworthy guidelines produced by the Guidelines International Network.
|GIN-McMaster guideline resources
GIN-McMaster Guideline Development Checklist extension for rapid recommendations: This list provides principles that serve as guidance for guideline developers responding to urgent situations such as public health urgencies. It was developed as an expansion of the GIN-McMaster Checklist to the development of rapid guidelines.GIN-McMaster Checklist: This checklist contains a comprehensive list of topics and items outlining the practical steps to consider for developing guidelines. The Guideline Development Checklist project is a partnership between the Guidelines International Network and McMaster University and has been translated into 6 languages.
|ISPOR HTA Council report on good practices for HTA
||Describes good practice components of HTA within the healthcare decision-making process from the ISPOR HTA Council Working Group. Also see: A practical guide for HTA agencies to enhance legitimate decision-making.|
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