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GRADE Equity guidelines 1: Health equity in guideline development- introduction and rationale.

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Summary of "GRADE Equity guidelines 1: Health equity in guideline development- introduction and rationale."

This paper introduces the rationale and methods for explicitly considering health equity in the GRADE methodology for development of clinical, public health and health system guidelines.

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Name: Journal of clinical epidemiology
ISSN: 1878-5921
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