This website is a practical resource to review existing clinical practice guidelines in a centralized location. Key components of the site include links to full-text guidelines and an assessment function that explores the rigor and trustworthiness of each document. This website was built by the team that developed and maintained the AHRQ National Guideline Clearinghouse, which is no longer available.
Perform a search, go to the filter Article Type and check the 'Practice Guideline' box. If not visible, click 'Additional filters' on the left and choose 'Practice guideline', close and go back to the search. Check the 'Practice Guideline' box in the filter section on the left.
TRIP Database claims to have one of the largest collection of clinical guidelines and you can filter them by country. Do a keyword search from the homepage. On the Results page under Filter By, click on the region you want under 'Guidelines'.
The development of global guidelines ensuring the appropriate use of evidence represents one of the core functions of WHO. Recommendations that can impact upon health policies or clinical interventions are considered guidelines for WHO purposes.