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Library & Resources

This section of the GIN website provides access to the International Guideline Library, development and training resources, relevant literature, health topic collection, relevant links and additional tools. While some of the resources can be accessed by everyone many of them are restricted to members only.

New International Guideline Library

The International Guideline Library contains around 3000 guidelines which have mainly been developed or endorsed by organisational members of GIN.
This new library has been produced in collaboration with EBSCO and is launched on September 30th 2020.
In September 2015, the Board of Trustees made the decision to allow non-member organisations to have their guidelines included in the library, for a fee.

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GIN Publications & Presentations

From time to time, the Board receives questions from the members to provide guidance in particularly tricky or contentious areas. Where a consistent need for specific guidance is established, the board, or a subset of Trustees will collaborate to write a paper on the topic to address the issue.

Additionally, members of our working groups will collaborate to write and publish papers. All of these papers can be found below.

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Since January 2012, GIN has worked with various partners to offer a webinar series to explore issues of interest to the GIN community.

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Various groups have developed tools related to guideline development and implementation. This page provides you with a sample of them. Please let us know if you feel that something is missing.

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Relevant Links

The purpose of the Relevant Links is to provide a meaningful selection of hyperlinks guiding the users to a range of additional information for those interested in the development, dissemination, implementation and evaluation of clinical practice guidelines, especially from an international perspective. It includes in particular: Guideline Information, Evidence and Quality in Health Care, and Patient and Consumer Resources.

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Page last updated: Sep 30, 2020
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