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Evidence-Based Public Health: Evidence-Based Resources

Evidenced-Based Guidelines

Evidence-based guidelines (EBG) is the practice of evidence-based medicine at the organizational or institutional level. This includes the production of guidelines, policy, and regulations. The guidelines provide summaries of evidence and recommendations for practice from government agencies, professional organizations, and convening expert panels.

Best Practices

Public health programs, interventions, strategy and policies that are supported by evidence for its impact and effectiveness.

Systematic Reviews

Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of the literature which review a body of data that uses explicit methods to locate primary studies and explicit criteria to assess and synthesize the evidence from research studies. The reviews uncover the strengths and weaknesses of the evidence and identify gaps in current research.

Filtered Searches

Specialized searches of PubMed/MEDLINE on a specific public health topic or a category.

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