The International Guideline Library contains more than 6,400 (by April 2013) guidelines, evidence reports and related documents, developed or endorsed by G-I-N member organisations.
GINDER is a resource for guideline developers to both access and enter data extracted from individual studies in a standardised template. This resource forms the foundation for the development of evidence tables. Currently, diagnostic accuracy studies and intervention studies can be summarised using GINDER. In the future, it should be possible to also enter, health economic and prognostic studies. Note: Document means Guideline Library document i.e. guideline, systematic review, evidence report, guideline clearing report.
In the Health Topic Collection (HTC) you can find all publications from the Guideline Library for health topics (based on MeSH terms) selected by the G-I-N Website Content Group.
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.