Search of overseas Clinical Practice Guidelines

National Institute for Health and Care
Excellence (NICE)

【Usage fee】No charge
NICE is a public agency in England that provides guidance and advice to improve public health and social care, including Clinical Practice Guidelines. 
The published guidelines are produced by NICE using public funds. 
The members involved in the preparation of the guidelines represent various stakeholders, including healthcare providers, patients, and citizens. 

The Scottish Intercollegiate 
Guidelines Network (SIGN)

【Usage fee】No charge
This guideline center in Scotland, UK is managed by a public agency, National Health Service (NHS).
The published guidelines are produced by SIGN using public funds.
The topics covered by the SIGN Guidelines are solicited from the public, and guideline development proceeds in order of priority.
SIGN also provides a wealth of information for the public, as well as guidelines and leaflets for patients.

Guidelines International Network (G-I-N)

【Usage fee】Available free of charge for members only (charge for membership registration)
An international network of individuals and organizations interested in Clinical Practice Guidelines.
The published Clinical Practice Guidelines are registered by organization members. (Registration of individual members is not permitted)
The criteria for posting include items related to the composition of the guideline preparation group, conflicts of interest, and the preparation process, and the registrants propose postings spontaneously.
In addition to Clinical Practice Guidelines, there are many other documents such as evidence reports and supporting documents.
Minds is an organizational member of the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N).