About AID Knowledge
Appraising and Including Different Knowledge in Guideline Development
Working Group Aim
To facilitate sharing and consolidating experiences with ongoing initiatives in communities of practice, as well as to identify the most pressing needs for new initiatives. This will lead to capacity building and fostering collaboration among guideline developers worldwide by:
- Identifying methods and promising initiatives for appraising and including a wider range of knowledge sources in guidelines;
- Sharing experiences with such methods and their application in practice;
- Identifying areas / questions for which methods are wanting.
The Working Group is divided into two sub-groups focusing on:
Types of knowledge production
- Quality and safety improvement knowledge (including assessing the quality of organisational research on complex intervention)
- Consensus and other methods for robust inclusion of expert opinion
As this Working Group is still starting up, members for sub-groups are warmly invited to contribute to this topic and also to filling this page. To join this sub-group, please sign up by using the following Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to join?
G-I-N members who are interested in joining the WG or any of the sub-groups, should write to: email@example.com indicating the topic they are most interested in, and they will be added to the respective email list.
Affiliations related initiatives
AID Knowledge liaises with several other groups to ensure maximised learning and minimised duplication of efforts.
Those groups include:
- Cochrane Effective Practice and Organisation of Care Group, (EPOC)
- Cochrane Qualitative Methods Group
- Evaluation of Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention (EGAPP)
- G-I-N Allied Health Group
- G-I-N PUBLIC
- GRADE Working Group
- Project on a Framework for Rating Evidence in Public Health (PRECEPT)
If you are aware of / involved in an initiative that should be listed here, please contact