img-description Strong Recommendation Recommendations

Two or more HIGH quality studies

A Strong recommendation means that the benefits of the recommended approach clearly exceed the potential harm (or that the potential harm clearly exceeds the benefits in the case of a strong negative recommendation), and that the quality of the supporting evidence is high.
Practitioners should follow a Strong recommendation unless a clear and compelling rationale for an alternative approach is present.

Language Stem:
Strong evidence supports that the practitioner should/should not do X, because…