The DERP reports are intended to compare the effectiveness, and safety profiles, of different drugs within pharmaceutical classes.
The DERP reports are not usage guidelines.
They are not an endorsement or recommendation for any particular drug, use or approach.
Oregon Health & Science University does not recommend or endorse any guideline or recommendation developed by users of these reports.
As of July 2012 DERP Reports and Products are proprietary and only available to participating organizations.
The reports on this website may not reflect the most up-to-date information.
To learn more about proprietary DERP Reports and Products contact the Center for Evidence-based Policy at email@example.com
DERP Reports and Products
The DERP project produces systematic literature reviews of drug classes using only the highest quality evidence. Reviews have the following components:
- Key Questions – to focus the review
- Evidence Tables – detailing what research was used in the review
- Draft Report – draft of review - public comment review period (registration required)
- Final Report – final version of systematic review that incorporates or considers public commentary
DERP Proprietary Products Examples
DERP membership provides a suite of additional services and products. These are proprietary and included with an annual subscription.
Please click on the links below to view examples of DERP member products: