Other publications

Other GRADE publications
Other GRADE publications

 

GRADE adaptation and contextualization

GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) frameworks for adoption, adaptation, and de novo development of trustworthy recommendations: GRADE-ADOLOPMENT


GRADE certainty of evidence concepts

Interpreting GRADE's levels of certainty or quality of the evidence: GRADE for statisticians, considering review information size or less emphasis on imprecision?

The GRADE Working Group clarifies the construct of certainty of evidence


GRADE concepts on net benefit

Defining certainty of net benefit: a GRADE concept paper


GRADE credentialing and competency

The skills and experience of GRADE methodologists can be assessed with a simple tool


GRADE environmental health and causality

GRADE guidelines for environmental and occupational health: A new series of articles in Environment International

The GRADE approach and Bradford Hill's criteria for causation

Using GRADE to respond to health questions with different levels of urgency 

A risk of bias instrument for non-randomized studies of exposures: A users' guide to its application in the context of GRADE


GRADE equity

Considering health equity when moving from evidence-based guideline recommendations to implementation: a case study from an uppermiddle income country on the GRADE approach


GRADE Evidence to Decision frameworks

The GRADE evidence-to-decision framework: a report of its testing and application in 15 international guideline panels

GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) frameworks: a systematic and transparent approach to making well informed healthcare choices. 1: Introduction

GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) frameworks: a systematicand transparent approach to making well informed healthcarechoices. 2: Clinical practice guidelines

GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) framework for coverage decisions

The GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) framework for health system and public health decisions


GRADE for diagnosis

Application of GRADE: Making evidence-based recommendations about diagnostic tests in clinical practice guidelines


GRADE for preclinical animal studies

Facilitating healthcare decisions by assessing the certainty in the evidence from preclinical animal studies


GRADE for urgency situations

Using GRADE to respond to health questions with different levels of urgency 

Using GRADE in situations of emergencies and urgencies: certainty in evidence and recommendations matters during the COVID-19 pandemic, now more than ever and no matter what

Developing trustworthy recommendations as part of an urgent response (1-2 weeks): a GRADE concept paper


GRADE good practice statements

Guideline panels should seldom make good practice statements: guidance from the GRADE Working Group


GRADE introduction 2003

Letters, numbers, symbols and words: how to communicate grades of evidence and recommendations


GRADE narrative summaries

Rating the certainty in evidence in the absence of a single estimate of effect


GRADE network meta-analysis (NMA)

Development of the summary of findings table for network meta-analysis

GRADE approach to drawing conclusions from a network meta-analysis using a partially contextualised framework

GRADE approach to drawing conclusions from a network meta-analysis using a minimally contextualised framework

A GRADE Working Group approach for rating the quality of treatment effect estimates from network meta-analysis


GRADE overview for systematic reviews

Using systematic reviews in guideline development: the GRADE approach


GRADE prognosis

Uncertainties in baseline risk estimates and confidence in treatment effects

Use of GRADE for assessment of evidence about prognosis: rating confidence in estimates of event rates in broad categories of patients