Cochrane New Zealand PEARLS (created by the Primary Healthcare Field based in New Zealand and funded by the New Zealand Ministry of Health and New Zealand Doctor)
Discover portal hosted by the National Institute for Health Research: Dissemination Centre (UK) 'identifies the most reliable, relevant and significant health research findings and summarises them in a range of helpful formats ... – Signals, Highlights and Themed Reviews.'
BestBETS - 'developed in the Emergency Department of Manchester Royal Infirmary, UK, to provide rapid evidence-based answers to real-life clinical questions, using a systematic approach to reviewing the literature'.
CADTH (Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technology in Health) has a number of reviews and evidence based reports for a wide spread of topics including medicinal cannabis.
Evidence Briefings from Public Health England 'summary of the best available evidence that has been identified and selected from research using systematic and transparent search methods, in order to answer a specific question.'
EPC Evidence-Based Reports from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)(USA). AHRQ also publish other evidence based material including comparative effectiveness reviews. Use the search box in the website (or do a google search) to locate these.
Epistemonikos - Evidence-Based Medicine Unit, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. 'Epistemonikos is a collaborative, multilingual database of research evidence and knowledge translation products that are usually referred as "evidence", according to the meaning given in Evidence-Based Health Care. Epistemonikos was developed and is maintained by systematically searching electronic databases and other sources for relevant systematic reviews and broad syntheses of reviews.' It also includes the primary studies in the systematic reviews. NOTE: You can search this from within the Cochrane Library. Do a BASIC search (not an advanced search) and in the results list click the More tab then Epistemonikos from the drop-down list. Only systematic reviews are included in the results.
CareSearch - Australian palliative care evidence with automatic PubMed searches on a variety of topics relevant to palliative care
PalliAGED - Australian palliative care evidence and practice resources in aged care.
Monash Health Centre for Clinical Effectiveness 'reviews of the evidence to inform decision-making for clinical practice, policy and quality improvement initiatives'
James Lind Alliance -'brings patients, carers and clinicians together in Priority Setting Partnerships (PSPs)to identify and prioritise the Top 10 unanswered questions or evidence uncertainties that they agree are the most important.'Useful if your topic is identifying research gaps by condition.
Sumsearch2 - Search PubMed for systematic reviews, guidelines and studies
Health Systems Evidence 'evidence to support policy makers, stakeholders and researchers interested in how to strengthen or reform health systems or in how to get cost-effective programs, services and drugs to those who need them.' Most items include a quality rating. Includes systematic reviews.
EPPI Centre (Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre) including their DoPHER database -'systematic and non-systematic reviews of effectiveness in health promotion and public health worldwide'
HealthEvidence a Canadian resource of systematic reviews on public health topics
NOTE: KSR Evidence has free 'short, accessible bottom line' of systematic reviews with 'key clinically relevant implications of the results reported in the review and includes information about the reliability of these results'. The rest of the database is subscription access and 'includes all systematic reviews and meta-analyses of all health topic areas published since 2015 (some topics date back from 2010)'. See also Publications.
INAHTA - International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment. The Publications tab has INAHTA Briefswhich are 'brief overviews of recently published report' with links to the fulltext when available..
Alltrials 'international initiative of Ben Goldacre, BMJ, Centre for Evidence-based Medicine, Cochrane Collaboration, James Lind Initiative, PLOS and Sense about Science'
OpenTrials 'locate, match, and share all publicly accessible data and documents, on all trials conducted, on all medicines and other treatments, globally' - collaboration between Open Knowledge International and Dr Ben Goldacre from the University of Oxford DataLab.
ALOIS - From the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement group 'controlled trials that have been completed, are ongoing or are planned in the areas of dementia (prevention and treatment), mild cognitive impairment and cognitive improvement...updated every month from searches of a wide range of databases and clinical trials registries, with the help of a team of volunteers'.