Introducing Gout Evidence and Sources

Introducing Gout Evidence and Sources is my draft for explanations of a new gout resources service.
Specifically I present my ideas for different grades of evidence for assessing quality of gout resources.
Also, I will explain how I describe sources of evidence for gout resources.

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  1. Keith Taylor Post author

    For Evidence Grades, I’ve also identified a ‘Mixed’ grade. This is mainly for reviews, where evidence from a wide range of investigations is considered. But, it’s early days for this grade of evidence. Because once the resource database is fully operational it might prove better to add multiple tags.

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