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Evidence based practice – reliability levels, recommendations, limitations

Reliability of Evidence based practice according to levels Level 1 (likely reliable) Evidence – representing research results addressing clinical outcomes and meeting an extensive set of quality criteria. Level 2 (mid-level) Evidence –...
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Evidence based practice – Systematic review, Randomized control trial, cohort study

Systematic Review A systematic review is a summary of the medical literature that uses explicit methods to perform a comprehensive literature search and critical appraisal of individual studies, and that uses appropriate statistical techniques...
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Evidence based practice – steps, Levels

2. Assembling and evaluating the evidence Once a clinical practice question has been selected, the next step is to search and assemble research evidence on the topic. In doing a literature review as a background for a new study, the central...
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Evidence based practice – need, classification, steps

Need of Evidence Based Practice Increasing choices in healthcare and treatments . Clients’ expectations of healthcare is increasing Vast quantity of research literature of varied quality Large number of sources of information Much is out...
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Evidence based practice- concept, definition

When there is a lack of research reported in literature to guide clinical practice, it becomes necessary to design and conduct studies to generate evidence. There are many areas in clinical practice that do not have an established evidence base...