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Relevant external links

The purpose of the Relevant Links is to provide a 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, from an international perspective. It includes: Guideline Information, Evidence and Quality in Health Care, and Patient and Consumer Resources.

This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of websites, and we acknowledge that it may not list some sites that are relevant to GIN’s work. We believe that too many links would make the list unwieldy and unmanageable and are therefore selective in our choices. However, if you would like us to establish a hyperlink to your website, you are invited to read our guidelines and send a mail to


The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is pleased to share a recent publication in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics on implementation science. This manuscript provides an overview of what implementation science is, why it is important, and general concepts to guide implementation of evidence-based nutrition practice recommendations. A sample case study is provided that incorporates implementation of an evidence-based intervention using the provided concepts.



Free PanelVoice for guideline projects impacted by COVID-19

A free module that facilitates remote panel meetings, free of charge to all impacted groups:   Please reach out to us at support@evidenceprime to find out how PanelVoice can enable continuity of your guideline development efforts.


Promoting patient utilization of outpatient cardiac rehabilitation: a joint International Council and Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation position statement - Free online courses

Click on the links below to access free online courses for heath care providers to support the implementation of the drafted recommendations. This short course is now available in several languages. 



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