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116 Individual Members
32 Countries
Become a Member

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Welcome to the Guidelines International Network.  We hope you find our website easy to navigate, as well as informative.  The website facilitates communication, engagement and collaboration with and amongst our members.

The website is here for you, so please use it and give us feedback – we want to hear of ways to make it even better for you.  Members should always login, as there is lots of information just for you!  Please take a look at the Project/Collaboration board where new projects and working groups will seek volunteers, as well as the areas for all of the  working groups and regional communities along with their discussion boards.

What we do

Our mission is to lead, strengthen and support collaboration in guideline development, adaptation and implementation. As a major player on the global healthcare quality stage, G-I-N facilitates networking, promotes excellence and helps our members create high quality clinical practice guidelines that foster safe and effective patient care.

Our networking role is enhanced through annual conferences, region-specific communities and topic-specific working groups in which participants exchange knowledge and improve methodology.  We welcome your participation in our vibrant community and are delighted to share, through this web portal, a wide variety of support tools and publications to enhance guideline development and knowledge transfer.

Join us at our online event!

We are presenting four panel sessions via webinar between 30 September and 2 October.  See here for details on how to join: Pit Stop in the Covid-19 Marathon

 Join the G-I-N community:

  • to share expertise in guideline development, implementation and research
  • to have access to leading experts in guidelines
  • to connect with others to share new and innovative methods
  • to join Working Groups in your field of interest
  • to gain access to the extensive library for guidelines and resources
  • to access training opportunities
  • Find an organisation near you



    Guideline Library

    The International Guideline Library offers links to all organisational members' guidelines, as well as development and training resources, relevant literature,  helpful links and additional tools regarding guidelines and their implementation. Some of the resources are open for everyone, while G-I-N members must be logged in to access others.  



    Welcome to the official G-I-N Newsletter - enGINe.

    The newsletter is your vehicle to keep current with what's new in the G-I-N community, including updates from our Working Groups, Regional Communities and organisational members.  Anyone is welcome to subscribe to our newsletter.

    Read the July 2020 edition of enGINe here.

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    New Documents

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    • Sep 16, 2020 Guideline
      Intensivmedizin nach Polytrauma. S3-LL (DIVI)
      Status: In development
      Read More
    • Sep 15, 2020 Implementation Tool
      AAOS Appropriate Use Criteria for the Management of Rotator Cuff Pathology
      Status: Published
      Read More
    • Sep 09, 2020 Guideline
      American Society of Hematology 2020 guidelines for treating newly diagnosed acute myeloid leukemia in older adults
      Status: Published
      Read More
    All new documents

    Latest News

    • Sep 21, 2020

      2020 COVID-19 Pitstop

      Announcing our online interactive panels & masterclasses on guideline development & implementation-30/09-2/10.
      Our 2020 Sci-Com chaired by @schunemann_mac & vice chair @MKlugar have developed a unique programme presented by global experts. Register now! 


      Sessions will be recorded and will be available on our website.


      World Evidence-Based Healthcare Day 2020

      The Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) is excited to be working with seven leading global organisations to launch World Evidence-Based Healthcare Day on 20 October 2020. This is a global initiative to create awareness of the need for better evidence to inform healthcare policy, practice and decision making in order to improve health outcomes globally.

      For full details on this initiative please click here.


      Cochrane Webinars

      A recording of the Cochrane webinars - Public Engagement and Involvement in Health Research: How well are we doing? Views from the global north vs the global south - is now available here.

      Reporting guidelines for synthesis without meta-analysis took place on 2 September 2020. More details here. You can also read a write up on this event here.

    Page last updated: May 11, 2020
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