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Presentations from the Stakeholder Summit on Using Quality Systematic Reviews to Inform Evidence-based Guidelines (June 4 -5, 2009)

 

From systematic review to clinical practice guideline: The Kaiser Permanente perspective - Marguerite Koster - Kaiser Permanente

Making guidelines actionable: How to identify and overcome obstacles - Richard Rosenfeld - American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Is there a benefit to standardizing methods for grading the evidence and making recommendations? If so, is GRADE " the one" ? - Yngve Falck-Ytter - Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

US government approaches to guidelines: Experience of the US Preventive Services Task Force and QUERI - David Atkins - United States Department of Veterans Affairs

What have we learned about the quality of the underlying evidence from the National Guideline Clearinghouse - Vivian Coates - ECRI Institute and Mary Nix - Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Transparency of guidelines - What do we mean and how do we get there? - Jeffrey Harris - Kaiser Federation Care Management Institute