Skip to McMaster Navigation Skip to Site Navigation Skip to main content
McMaster Logo McMaster logo

Extended Courses

 

The International Guideline Credentialing and Certification (INGUIDE) Program

INGUIDE

The International Guideline Credentialing and Certification (INGUIDE) Program is the product of a joint partnership between leaders in the field of guideline development, namely the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N), a global network of guideline producing organizations and guideline participants, and world-renowned experts in guideline research, development and implementation at McMaster University’s Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact.

The INGUIDE Program aims to train and certify individuals and groups from around the world in guideline development methods and related content to ensure the production of high-quality practice guidelines. The Program includes four successive certification levels: Level 1 - Guideline Group or Panel Member course, Level 2 – Guideline Methodologist course, Level 3 – Master Guideline Developer and Chair course, and Level 4 – Guideline Development Credentialing Instructor course.

A 15% discount on INGUIDE course fees is available for the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) members as well as residents of low and lower-middle income countries as defined by The World Bank.

Image
Image
Image
Image