The Joanna Briggs Institute has established itself as a world wide center of Evidence-Based Health Care.
They operate a repository for Evidence-Based Health care of all types,
They have established a GRADE Center, they offer course, tutorials, fellowships, and degrees. They offer an evaluation format for systematic reviews.
They have affiliated schools and programs world-wide.
It is part of the NIH, National Institutes of Health.
Their motto is "Building the Scientific Foundations for Clincical Practice"
The NIHR supports evidence-based practice but the words "Evidence-Based Practice" are not used generally on this site.
"... the only repository solely dedicated to sharing works created by nurses. It is an open-access digital academic and clinical scholarship service that freely collects, preserves, and disseminates full-text nursing research and evidence-based practice materials. The repository is a resource of SIGMA, formerly known as the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International."
Its mission is to Improve the collection, storage, analysis, retrieval, and dissemination of health services research.
It does this in part by standardizing the language used by EHR's, and other systems that describe clinical attributes.
It helps develop literature search filters so that researchers may more easily find information on subjects like "Outcome assessments".
It keeps lists of current and planned health research going on nationwide.
It's overall goal is to develop language standardization to promote communication clarity among Federal health related agencies.
These are reviews of systematic reviews on a variety of topics.
They analyze systematic reviews so that the reader can judge for accuracy, relevance and thoroughness. It has recently changed sponsorship and expects to be updated in the next few years.
The successor to DARE is NIHR and has been active since April 2015 .
The GRADE approach reflects ‘best practice’ in terms of clinical guideline development and has been endorsed by organizations across the globe. Each guideline proposed is given an actual letter grade, representing the strength of the available evidence.
Joanna Briggs Institute has a GRADE Center oriented towards nursing guidelines.
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".