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Table 2 Opinion on the GRADE trial through a questionnaire: selection of 5 questions (absolute n° and % over the total number of answers for each section).

From: Gaining insight into the Clinical Practice Guideline development processes: qualitative study in a workshop to implement the GRADE proposal in Spain

Question Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly disagree
2. The method is clear and simple to apply.   2
10,5%
4
21,1%
11
57,9%
2
10,5%
4. In general, subjective decisions are unnecessary with the GRADE method.    2
10,5%
12
63,2%
5
26,3%
10. The method successfully discriminates between the different evidence levels.   7
36,8%
8
42,1%
4
21,1%
 
11. The method successfully discriminates between the different recommendation levels   11
57,9%
4
21,1%
4
21,1%
 
16. The method for grading the recommendation is better than the others you've used   6
31,6%
4
21,1%
8
42,1%
 
  1. Source: Formulation of recommendations in Clinical Practice Guidelines: evaluation of the new GRADE system within the Spanish context. 5 AD. Jul 5; Lyon: III GIN International Meeting, 2005 [8].