Many different organizations develop, collect, and disseminate CPGs. These organizations include local, regional, national or, international groups, governmental organizations, and non-governmental organizations. Going directly to the websites for one of these groups in your area of interest is a great place to start.
Your employer may maintain its own repository of guidelines pertaining to the primary practice area. These may be guidelines they have developed, or from other sources.
Take a look at the CPGs maintained by the VA.
Many health centers and institutes will compile and/or create and disseminate their own CPGs. See the examples below:
Many health-related databases collect guidelines. Generally, users can limit to guidelines as a publication type, or search directly for guidelines using a subject heading or MeSH term.
Individual associations develop and maintain their own guidelines. Generally, these guidelines are freely available, even if you are not a member of the association. See the examples below:
Guideline.gov served as the clearinghouse for Federal guidelines through AHRQ until 7/16/2018 when it was no longer funded. You can find archived versions of existing guidelines in the following places:
Please note, the further we move from the end date of 7/16/2018, the less relevant the included guidelines will become.
AHRQ housed some CPGs, but no longer makes them available on its website.