• 2022.0527
    In response to the diverse health issues facing people worldwide in achieving high levels of health, WHO has published thousands of guidelines covering different aspects of clinical and public health. To facilitate navigation through these various guidelines, WHO has compiled a list of various guidelines related to COVID-19, public health and health policy management approved for publication by the GRC since 2008 to 2022, which are currently available in the National Library of Medicine.
  • 2022.0421
    In December 2021, Zijun Wang et al. from the Evidence-based Medicine Center, School of Basic Medical Sciences, Lanzhou University, published an article in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology entitled "COVID-19 vaccine guidelines was numerous in quantity but many lack transparent reporting of methodological practices". The aim of the article was to describe the current status of COVID-19 vaccine guidelines published between January 1, 2020 and July 8, 2021, and to identify the problems with the guidelines in this area and to provide suggestions for future guideline development.
  • 2021.0630
    In May 12, 2021, Richu Philip, et al published an article entitled “Variation in hypertension clinical practice guidelines: a global comparison” in BMC Medicine. This study systematic searched and analysed national and international hypertension clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) published between 2010 to May 2020.
  • 2021.0616
    Evaluation of Chinese Clinical Practice Guidelines Published in Medical Journals in 2019 was published in Medical Journal of Peking Union Medical College Hospital in June 7, 2021. As the beginning article of the second issue of the "Clinical Practice Guidelines" column, this article provides an overview of the main content of the series. That is, by taking the Chinese guidelines published in domestic and foreign journals in 2019 as the research object, this research conducts a comprehensive investigation and in-depth analysis of the development status of Chinese guidelines, elaborates the main and common problems, and puts forward targeted solutions. Seven aspects are analyzed in this study, focusing on the formulation of guidelines, conflicts of interest, citation, evidence quality and recommendation strength, methodological quality and reporting quality, research gaps, and dissemination and implementation of guidelines. It is expected to provide reference for the guideline developers, users and evaluators in China.