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BMJ Rapid Recommendations: vers un nouveau modèle de recommandations pour la pratique clinique

Siemieniuk, Reed
Heen, Anja Fog
Lytvyn, Lyubov
MacDonald, Helen
Stahl-Timmins, Will
Guyatt, Gordon
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Published in Revue médicale suisse. 2019, vol. 15, no. 632-633, p. 149-155
Abstract Guidelines play a central role in clinical practice, but their development often does not meet trustworthiness standards, which makes them vulnerable to conflict of interest. Additional problems -include their insufficient updating, and current formats that do not support shared decision-making. To address these issues, we have created the Rapid Recommendations, in collaboration with the British -Medical Journal. In this innovative approach, we a) identify new practice-changing evidence ; b) incorporate them in updated -systematics reviews in about 45 days ; c) gather an international and unconflicted panel including patients and d) publish trust-worthy recommendation in about 90 days, along with new multilayered evidence summaries and tools that facilitate shared decision-making.
Keywords Decision MakingHumansPractice Guidelines as TopicPublishingTrust
PMID: 30657266
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AGORITSAS, Thomas et al. BMJ Rapid Recommendations: vers un nouveau modèle de recommandations pour la pratique clinique. In: Revue médicale suisse, 2019, vol. 15, n° 632-633, p. 149-155. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:146988

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