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    The IDM Manual: Evidence Framework
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    Available at: http://www.utoronto.ca/chp/download/IDMmanual/IDM_evidence_dist05.pdf
    The IDM Manual is a guide to the IDM (Interactive Domain Model) Best Practices
    Approach to Better Health. It is written from the perspective of health promotion
    practitioners. The manual outlines considerations about information relevance and
    quality, including related worksheets. The framework also includes critical appraisal
    logic models for identifying and assessing evidence from individual research/evaluation
    studies and review articles.
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    • Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) Toolkit
    Available at: http://www.gsr.gov.uk/professional_guidance/rea_toolkit/sitemap.asp
    This toolkit from the UK’s Government Social Research Unit (GSRU) has been designed
    as a web-based resource to enable researchers to carry out or commission Rapid Evidence
    Assessments, also known as REAs. It contains detailed guidance on each stage of an
    REA from deciding on whether it is the right method to use to communicating the
    findings. There are a range of templates and sources in the Toolkit that will support the
    successful completion of an REA. The Toolkit is not meant to be read from beginning to
    end in one sitting but can be can be dipped in and out of as the REA progresses.
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    • Critical Appraisal: Notes and Checklists
    Available at: http://www.sign.ac.uk/methodology/checklists.html
    Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) has developed a number of critical
    appraisal tools in support of their creation of evidence-based guidelines. These appraisal
    tools used by SIGN to conduct systematic reviews have been made available for public
    use on their website, including methodology evaluation checklists for each of the
    following 6 types of studies: systematic reviews/meta analyses, RCTs, cohort studies,
    case-control studies, diagnostic studies, and economic evaluations.