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As a global evidence community, we work together to meet the needs and overcome the barriers to advance the use of reliable research evidence to address some of the world’s most serious health challenges.
JBI is a global organisation promoting and supporting evidence-based decisions that improve health and health service delivery. JBI offers a unique range of solutions to access, appraise and apply the best available evidence. JBI's approach to evidence-based healthcare is unique. JBI considers evidence-based healthcare as decision making that considers the feasibility, appropriateness, meaningfulness and effectiveness of healthcare practices. Connect with JBI on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook
Cochrane is a global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers, and people interested in health. Cochrane’s 82,000 members and supporters from more than 130 countries work together to produce credible, accessible health information that is free from commercial sponsorship and other conflicts of interest.
Cochrane believes that a world of improved health is possible when decisions about health and health care are routinely based on high-quality, relevant and up-to-date synthesized research evidence, which it publishes in the Cochrane Library. The Cochrane Library is an internationally recognized and unique source of reliable, independent information on the effects of interventions in health care. Its principal component is the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR), containing over 8,500 Cochrane Reviews.
The Campbell Collaboration is an international research network that promotes evidence-based decision- and policy-making through the production of systematic reviews and other types of evidence synthesis. Campbell is composed of coordinating groups that coordinate the production of systematic reviews and evidence and gap maps in the following areas: Business & Management, Climate Solutions, Crime & Justice, Disability, Education, International Development, Knowledge Translation & Implementation, Methods, and Social Welfare.
Guidelines International Network (GIN) is the connector in the guideline world. Established in 2002, GIN has organisational and individual members from 59 countries - all with a common goal of improving healthcare, through using evidence and implementing evidence-based guidelines. GIN's aims are simple - to enable and facilitate networking and collaboration, whether national or international, bring the best minds together and support continuous learning and improvement, and at the same time reduce duplication of effort across the guideline world.
The Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare (IEBH) delivers world-class research, engagement and training, that serves as a national and international resource for scholars, clinicians, system leaders, patients and families in the implementation of evidence-based clinical care. Our research focuses primarily on addressing four big, neglected problems in healthcare: antibiotic resistance, overdiagnosis, non-drug pharmaceutical treatments, and waste in medical research. Our focus in these areas assists health systems to provide care that is patient-centred and informed by evidence, and enables patients to make decisions that are congruent with their values, preferences and circumstances.
The Centre for Evidence-based Health Care (CEBHC) is a coordinating and directive institution for research and training of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, in the field of evidence-based health care. The CEBHC is a beacon on the African continent in advancing evidence-based health care at a local and increasingly through its collaborations on a more global scale. The CEBHC focuses on conducting high quality systematic reviews and meta-analyses on topics relevant to the African region; researching the barriers to and facilitators of the uptake of best evidence in healthcare policy and practice; and testing interventions aimed at enhancing evidence-based decision making.
NICE helps get the best care to patients, fast, while ensuring value for the taxpayer. We do this by:
Producing useful and usable guidance for health and care practitioners.
Providing rigorous, independent assessment of complex evidence for new health technologies.
Developing recommendations that focus on what matters most and drive innovation into the hands of health and care practitioners.
Encouraging the uptake of best practice to improve outcomes for everyone.
Our NICE International team operates on a global scale, helping health organisations, ministries and government agencies improve health and care outcomes in their countries. We facilitate global collaboration, knowledge exchange and health systems strengthening by supporting the development of evidence-based guidance, standards and indicators for use within local settings.