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REX-F by Mind Map: REX-F

1. 1. Creation of Content

1.1. Stakeholder Development

1.1.1. Guideline Development group

1.1.2. Editorial independence

1.2. Synthesizing Evidence

1.2.1. 1. WHAT - Reporting of what is needed

1.2.2. 2. HOW - Execution of what is needed Evidence-based Valid & Reliable Transparent

1.2.3. 3. WHEN - Updating / Currency

1.3. Considered Judgment

1.3.1. Clinical Applicability Clinical relevance Relevance of evidence Appropriatness of patient population Considered Implementation Acceptability (an outcome of applicability)

1.3.2. Values Compatibility Professional/Provider Values Patient Values Patient efforts Acceptability Patient Preferences Patient expecations

1.3.3. Flexibility Clinical freedom Clinical judgment Cookbook

1.4. Feasibility

1.4.1. Local Applicability

1.4.2. Resource Constraints Availability of resources Economic Outcomes

1.4.3. Adaptability Local adaptation Application tools and strategies

1.4.4. Novelty Compatibility Requires new knowledge and skills

2. 2. Communication of Content

2.1. Format

2.1.1. 1. Multiple Versions of guideline documents End Users Versions Flat Dynamic Document Type

2.1.2. 2. Components

2.1.3. 3. Presentation Layout of full document Placement of visual elements Length Structure within sections Match System to the Real world Sequential arrangement/Bundling Information Visualization Information Display Information Context

2.2. Language

2.2.1. Persuasive

2.2.2. Simple Avoid Information Overload Avoid Complexity

2.2.3. Clear Actionable Specific Unambiguous Effective writing