How to Prepare and Present Evidence-based Information for Consumers of Health Services: A Literature Review presents evidence-based information help health service users with decision making.
This presents evidence-based information to help health service users with decision making. Papers used describe research within three major themes; the information needs and preferences of consumers, evaluations of information materials for consumers and the process of developing information materials.
The information contained in A guide to the development, implementation and evaluation of clinical practice guidelines (NHMRC 1999) is being supplemented with a series of handbooks with further information on the main stages involved in the development of clinical practice guidelines.
- How to review the evidence: Systematic identification and review of scientific literature (2000)
- How to present the evidence for consumers: Preparation of consumer publications (2000)
- How to put evidence into practice: Implementation and dissemination strategies (2000)
- How to use the evidence: assessment and application of scientific evidence (2000)
- How to compare the costs and benefits: evaluation of the economic evidence (2001)
- Using socioeconomic evidence in clinical practice guidelines (2003)