Part 1 – GRADE: an emerging consensus on rating quality of evidence and strength of recommendations
Part 2 – GRADE: what is “quality of evidence” and why is it important to clinicians?
Part 3 – GRADE: going from evidence to recommendations
Part 4 – GRADE: grading quality of evidence and strength of recommendations for diagnostic tests and strategies
Part 5 – GRADE: Incorporating considerations of resources use into grading recommendations
Part 6 – Use of GRADE grid to reach decisions on clinical practice guidelines when consensus is elusive
Atrial Fibrillation Guidelines 2010: Implementing GRADE and Achieving Consensus, Anne Gillis, Allan Skanes
Renovating CCS Guidelines and Position Statements: A new foundation, Michelle Graham, Carolyn Pullen