Below are links to websites which provide various clinical guidelines.
Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne- RCH enables Medical Practitioners and community members access to search a broad range of clinical management options via a clinical practice index tool. Guidelines are aimed at pediatric patients in an emergency and acute care setting.
Royal Australian College of GP's- RACGP provides General Practitioners access to a variety of clinical guidelines across a wide range of conditions. From type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis and smoking cessation. RACGP also offers access to endorsed and accepted clinical resources.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality - AHRQ aims to improve the quality, safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of health care for all Americans. AHRQ website provides a wealth of information on a range of resources aimed at improving quality of health care services.
Canadian Medical Association Infobase- The CMA Infobase is a public database of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines (CPGs). It is maintained by the Canadian Medical Association and it currently includes over 1200 guidelines developed or endorsed by an authoritative medical or health organization in Canada.
Health links, University of Washington - Health links is a resource of University of Washington. It provides an introduction into evidence based practice, as well as tools relevant for EBP, including guidelines.
Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement - ICSI is a non-profit organization comprising of 56 medical groups and sponsored by six Minnesota health plans. Included in this website is access to a range of guidelines.
International Centre for Allied Health Evidence- iCAHE it provides essential resources for allied health workers, researchers, educators, clinicians, policy makers, administrators and patients across the world.
Knowledge Transfer Clearinghouse - KT Clearinghouse provides a platform for researchers interested in knowledge translation. It provides indepth information, tools, and processes that be used to enhance and facilitate the implementation of guidelines.
National Guideline Clearinghouse - NGC is an initiative of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is a public resource for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. NGC offers syntheses of selected guidelines that cover similar topic areas, and expert commentary on issues of interest and importance to the clinical guideline community.
National Health and Medical Research Council - NHMRC, one of the premier research bodies in Australia, has a long history of guideline development. NHMRC website provides access to a range of clinical guidelines and information for guideline developers.
NHMRC Clinical Practice Guideline Portal - The portal was developed to help clinicians and policy-makers access Australian evidence-based guidelines through a single entry point. You will find links to clinical practice guidelines developed for use in Australian health care seetings. Each guideline on this portal has been assessed according to rigorous selection criteria.
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - NICE i s an independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health. NICE produces guidance in three areas of health: (1) Public health - guidance on the promotion of good health and the prevention of ill health for those working in the NHS, local authorities and the wider public and voluntary sector; (2) Health technologies - guidance on the use of new and existing medicines, treatments and procedures within the NHS; (3) Clinical practice - guidance on the appropriate treatment and care of people with specific diseases and conditions within the NHS.
New Zealand Guidelines Group - The NZGG aims to promote effective delivery of health and disability services, based on evidence. NZGG works with a broad-based collaborative network of clinical leaders, opinion leaders and consumers, designing tools to promote an evidence-based culture within the New Zealand health and disability sector. These tools include evidence-based guidelines, the circulation of the latest evidence-based news from New Zealand and overseas, and training.
OpenClinical - OpenClinical provides comprehensive set of resources on advanced knowledge management methods, technologies and applications for healthcare. It's clinical guidelines webpage provides access to a range of resources on guideline development, implementation and evaluation.
Royal College of Physicians - RCP has produced a vast range of resources to promote highest standards of health care today. Guidelines are among the many such resources.
Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network - SIGN has a program of 113 evidence-based clinical guidelines - published, in development, or under review - covering a wide range of topics. Many of these guidelines relate to priority areas as identified by the National Health Service (NHS) of United Kingdom.
Guideline Library - ICCMU - The Guideline Library provides users with guidelines produced by the NSW Intensive Care Coordination and Monitoring Unit.
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