Our #resourceofthemonth for March was focused on resources which are useful when preparing clinical guidelines.
We began with the NICE clinical guidelines manual. This manual covers all stages of preparing a guideline. Even though this is a NICE guideline manual, some of the content is applicable to developing any clinical guideline.
This month our #resourceofthemonth will be highlighting resources that are useful when writing clinical guidelines. We begin with the NICE guidelines manual https://t.co/zQjV43Djda
The manual covers all stages of preparing a guideline from identifying topic and scope to updating
— Cambridge Medical Library (@cam_med_lib) March 6, 2018
Our second resource was the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N). This is an international organisation. On their website they state “Our mission is to lead, strengthen and support collaboration in guideline development, adaptation and implementation”.
This week our #resourceofthemonth is The Guidelines International Network(G-I-N). It's an organisation that promotes collaboration in guideline development. On their website https://t.co/rduyECxtEc you can find the International Library of Guidelines, some are available free
— Cambridge Medical Library (@cam_med_lib) March 13, 2018
During the third week we mentioned some tools which are useful when writing collaboratively.
There are tools which can aid collaborative writing, the most well known of these is Google Docs (https://t.co/D7Y9TO8dWa). Overleaf (https://t.co/W6C0SprDH9) and Authorea (https://t.co/KrCo3vdBNR) are also collaborative writing tools
— Cambridge Medical Library (@cam_med_lib) March 20, 2018
During the final week of our #resourceofthemonth series on clinical guidelines we highlighted some tools which can be used for keeping up to date. There is more information on keeping up to date on our webpage.
For our final March installment of #resourceofthemonth here are some ways you can keep your guideline up to date, by creating alerts on database searches, or by subscribing to table of contents alerting services like https://t.co/S05ud9ZVYU and https://t.co/arLnMx3J7m
— Cambridge Medical Library (@cam_med_lib) March 27, 2018