Joanna Briggs Institute has a GRADE Center oriented towards nursing guidelines.
The successor to DARE is NIHR and has been active since April 2015 .
Comprehensive guide on understanding and using evidence informed decision making. The British and the Canadians have adapted the formulation formulation "Evidence informed" vs. "evidence based".
This guide defines 'Evidence Informed Decision Making" as a "broad concept referring to the incorporation of valid and relevant external evidence during the decision making process".
This paper from the Journal Archives of Disease in Childhood Diseases defines and goes in depth in what Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses are and how to use them. It also discusses the problems with the “traditional” narrative reviews.
This paper from the Journal of Evidence Based Nursing defines Meta-Analysis and how to use it.
This paper from the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care explains the use of systematic reviews and meta-analyses in finding evidence for the primary care physician.
What is a Predatory Journal?
For many years Jeffrey Beall kept an updated list of predatory journals. He no longer updates his list, but other people and institutions do much the same work. His criteria for recognizing a predatory journal remain valid.