3IE (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) funds impact evaluations and systematic reviews that generate evidence on what works in community development interventions.
The Campbell Collaboration is an international social science research network that produces high quality, open and policy-relevant evidence syntheses, plain language summaries, and policy briefs. It is a sibling organization of the Cochrane Collaboration.
Canadian Best Practices Portal for Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention provides resources and solutions to plan programs for promoting health and preventing diseases in communities. The site consolidates best practices for chronic disease prevention and control.
Choosing Wisely Canada is a campaign to help physicians and patients engage in conversations about unnecessary tests, treatments, and procedures.
The Cochrane Effective Practice and Organisation of Care Group (EPOC) is a Review Group of The Cochrane Collaboration–an international network of people helping healthcare providers, policy makers, patients, their advocates and carers, make well-informed decisions about human health care by preparing and publishing systematic reviews.
The Centre for Reviews and Dissemination out of the University of York in the UK, provides research-based information about the effects of health and social care interventions and undertakes systematic reviews.
The Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Coordinating Centre (EPPI-Centre) reviews evidence-based practices related to social interventions, including health promotion. The site also provides support for conducting systematic reviews.
The healthevidence.org website facilitates the adoption and implementation of effective policies/programs/interventions across Canada. Staff regularly search for, screen, and independently rate systematic reviews from a variety of electronic and print sources. Registration is required.
The International Guideline Library contains more than 6,400 guidelines, evidence reports and related documents developed or endorsed by Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) member organizations.
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Evidence (NICE) Guidelines provide evidence-based guidance and other products help resolve uncertainty about which medicines, treatments, procedures and devices represent the best quality care and value for the National Health Service in the U.K.