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A non-profit authoring and publication platform helping you put best current evidence into practice

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Retningslinjer for antitrombotisk behandling og profylakse

Per Olav Vandvik - Norsk Selskap for Trombose og Hemostase

Behandlingsretningslinjer for håndleddsbrudd hos voksne

Hebe Désirée Kvernmo. Medforfattere: Leiv Magne Hove, Adalsteinn Odinsson, Katrine Bjørnebek Frønsdal, Ingrid Harboe, Yngvar Krukhaug - Norsk Ortopedisk forening

DEMO: Scandinavian clinical practice guideline on choice of fluid in resuscitation of critically ill patients with acute circulatory failure

Morten Hylander Møller - The Scandinavian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine (SSAI)

           
GRADE assessment.
Dynamic updating of recommendations.
Multilayered guidelines for web and mobile.
Creating decision support.

Who is MAGICapp for?

For clinicians and their patients

Content in guidelines and evidence summaries is made available in a new multilayered format, making it possible to dig as deep into the data as needed to make well-informed decisions.

For authors and organizations

We've finally brought guideline and evidence summary creation down to earth. Our secure platform guides authors through the different stages of planning, authoring, and publishing of high quality content. We're a non-profit that believes that helping you write better guidelines benefits everyone.

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Currently in MAGICapp

9 Guidelines
>300 Evidence Profiles
>300 Recommendations
9 Languages

MAGICapp is brought to you by MAGIC, a non-profit organization backed by an international team of doctors and researchers. Our goal is to improve the authoring, adaptation, presentation, dynamic updating, and dissemination of medical guidelines using the GRADE methodology. MAGIC aims to facilitate shared decision making between patients and providers. This is accomplished by developing decision aids and using guidelines directly in EHRs and decision support systems, all with structured data.

Dedicated to open data, we aim to improve the flow of information between different actors in the medical knowledge ecosystem. We are passionate about helping spread the adoptionand use of trustworthy guidelines, hoping to benefit the health of everyone in the world.


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