GRADE Working Group has produced a series of guidance articles for systematic review and health technology assessment authors, guideline panelists and methodologists on how to apply the GRADE methodology framework. The series has been published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology (JCE) and the links to the articles are available below. Other GRADE-related publications are listed here.
Note that since the initial publications in this series, the term 'quality of evidence' has been replaced by 'certainty of evidence'.
Strong and high quality evidence synthesis needs Cochrane: A statement of support by the GRADE Guidance Group
Rating the certainty of evidence
Summarizing the evidence
Risk of bias
Values and preferences
Further GRADE guidelines
GRADE guidelines: 35. Update on rating imprecision for assessing contextualized certainty of evidence and making decisions
Improving GRADE evidence tables
GRADE concept articlesBiological plausibility in environmental health systematic reviews: a GRADE concept paper
GRADE concept paper 2: Concepts for judging certainty on the calibration of prognostic models in a body of validation studies
An approach to quantifying the potential importance of residual confounding in systematic reviews of observational studies: A GRADE concept paper