Grading Quality of Evidence and Strength of Recommendations: A Perspective

Abstract

Evidence-based practice requires translating research findings into clinical and policy decision making. Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) serve this purpose by evaluating evidence and making recommendations about therapeutic and diagnostic interventions and clinical management strategies. Systematic reviews are considered the best available evidence and… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1000151

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@inproceedings{Ansari2009GradingQO, title={Grading Quality of Evidence and Strength of Recommendations: A Perspective}, author={Mohammed Ansari and Alexander Tsertsvadze and David Moher}, booktitle={PLoS medicine}, year={2009} }