Medical Journal of Australia
School of Medical and Health Sciences
Australian Government. Grant Number: MRFF-N-SF / National Heart Foundation of Australia Future Leader Fellowship. Grant Number: 102055 / NHMRC Grant Number: APP1196352
NHMRC Number : APP1196352
Continued growth in the number of published clinical studies has necessitated changes to the way evidence-based resources such as clinical guidelines are developed and updated. The Australian and New Zealand Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management (https://informme.org.au/guidelines/clinical-guidelines-for-stroke-management) are based on continual evidence surveillance and timely updates to recommendations as new research is published. In this article, we outline the main updates to recommendations since the guidelines moved into a living mode in 2018, and discuss key challenges and benefits of living guidelines.
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English, C., Hill, K., Cadilhac, D. A., Hackett, M. L., Lannin, N. A., Middleton, S., ... & Campbell, B. C. (2022). Living clinical guidelines for stroke: Updates, challenges and opportunities, 216(10), 510-514. https://doi.org/10.5694/mja2.51520