Evidence into recommendations: How expert groups formulate clinical guidelines

Davidson, R., Gardner, B., McAteer, J. and Michie, S. 2009. Evidence into recommendations: How expert groups formulate clinical guidelines. Report to National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).

TitleEvidence into recommendations: How expert groups formulate clinical guidelines
AuthorsDavidson, R., Gardner, B., McAteer, J. and Michie, S.
TypeProject report
Abstract

This report outlined the findings of the Evidence into Recommendations study, identifying the key influences on decision making in the formulation of clinical guidelines. The results impacted upon the way NICE identifies experts and lay people for their Guideline Development Groups. The findings also allow NICE to claim greater accountability and transparency in the guidelines they publish which have a direct impact on NHS care and resources in England and Wales.

Year2009
PublisherReport to National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
Publication dates
Published2009
SeriesDWP Research Report
Journal citation691

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