Developing and Identifying Trustworthy Clinical Guidelines
Resource: Clinical Guidelines We Can Trust (PDF, 2.1 MB, 290 pages)
This 2011 comprehensive report, published by the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine), recommends standards for developing and identifying trustworthy guidelines on care options for health care providers, patients, and organizations. Written by the members of the Committee on Standards for Developing Trustworthy Clinical Practice Guidelines, the document identifies best practices for the guidelines development process. These standards can also be used to identify reliable guidelines. The publication can help practices develop a process to research new evidence as part of Key Driver 1: Seek, select, and customize the best evidence for use by the practice. Sections of this resource include:
- Background and Key Stakeholders in Guidelines Development and Use.
- Trustworthy Clinical Practice Guidelines: Challenges and Potential.
- Current Best Practices and Proposed Standards for Development of Trustworthy Clinical Practice Guidelines: Part I, Getting Started.
- Current Best Practices and Proposed Standards for Development of Trustworthy Clinical Practice Guidelines: Part II, Traversing the Process.
- Promoting Adoption of Clinical Practice Guidelines.
- Development, Identification, and Evaluation of Trustworthy Clinical Practice Guidelines.
Institution of origin: Committee on Standards for Developing Trustworthy Clinical Practice Guidelines; Board on Health Care Services; Institute of Medicine (now National Academy of Medicine)
Author(s): Graham R, Mancher M, Wolman DM, Greenfield S, Steinberg E
Copyright information: © 2011 National Academy of Sciences
Publication date: 2011