Developing a checklist for considering 'colloquial evidence' in guideline development: a case study from NICE

T. Sharma, B. Kaur, M. Choudhury, S. Garner & B. Naidoo
Background: Colloquial evidence (CE) is the non-scientific evidence that helps provide context to experimental evidence and is used to inform guidance in areas where there are gaps in the published literature. Despite the inherent biases, the use of CE is becoming increasingly important in capturing[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]