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MAGIC: le linee guida come non le avete mai viste

Pubblicato il 4 Luglio 2017

Un metodo collaudato ed elaborazione grafica si uniscono per migliorare la leggibilità e l’applicazione delle linee guida. C’è chi, come Paul Garner(Evidence Synthesis for Global Health, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine), sostiene che GRADE è “uno strumento straordinario” e di non aver mai visto “qualcosa funzionare così bene”. Il GRADE – Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, […]

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L’utilizzo del GRADE per lo sviluppo di linee guida

Pubblicato il 28 Giugno 2017

Un corso di estrema attualità, quello che si è appena concluso al Dipartimento di Epidemiologia del SSR, Regione Lazio su “L’utilizzo del GRADE per lo sviluppo di linee guida” (GRADE, Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and  Evaluation). Le linee guida sono infatti oggetto di rinnovato interesse dopo la recente pubblicazione della legge Gelli sulla responsabilità […]

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