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Summary Guides

These short, plain-language guides — tailored to clinicians, consumers, or policymakers — summarize research reviews' findings on the benefits and harms of different treatment options. Consumer guides provide useful background on health conditions. Clinician and policymaker guides rate the strength of evidence behind a report's conclusions. The guides on medications also contain basic wholesale price information. Some guides are also available in Spanish. Reports are listed starting with the most recent.

Clinicians

Consumers

Policymakers

Research Reviews

These comprehensive reports draw on completed scientific studies to make head-to-head comparisons of different health care interventions. They also show where more research is needed. There are three types of research reviews: (1) Comparative effectiveness reviews outline the effectiveness — or benefits and harms — of treatment options, (2) Technical briefs explain what is known — and what is not known — about new or emerging health care tests or treatments. Final reports are listed below by health condition, and (3) Future research needs papers are intended to be used by researchers and funders of research to help improve the body of comparative effectiveness evidence that would be useful for decision-makers.

Brain and Nerve Conditions

Breathing Conditions

Cancer

Dermatologic Conditions

Developmental Delays, ADHD, Autism

Diabetes

Diagnostic

Digestive System Conditions

Endocrine and Metabolism

Functional Limitations and Physical Disabilities

Genitourinary Conditions

Gynecology

Heart and Blood Vessel Conditions

Infectious Diseases and HIV/AIDS

Mental Health

Muscle, Bone, and Joint Conditions

Nonclinical Topics

Obesity

Ophthalmologic Conditions

Otolaryngologic Conditions

Pediatrics

Pregnancy and Childbirth

Renal Disease

Sleep Disorders

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