Monthly Archives: October 2011


AGREE stands for “Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation” and is an instrument for evaluating the process of practice guideline development and the quality of reporting. Their new site was developed by Minervation in 2010 and includes an online forum for discussing all things AGREE, as well as “My AGREE” which allows users to […]

Carers and confidentiality

Minervation built and launched this site for Rethink in 2010. It was co-production with Rethink and The site is “an online learning resource to help health professionals to manage issues of confidentiality and negotiate information sharing dilemmas with family/friend carers supporting people with mental health problems.” The site’s main focus is a set of […]