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Developing evidence-based practice using an interprofessional flipped classroom strategy

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Keywords: evidence-based practice, flipped classroom, interprofessional learning,
interprofessional education, learning, organisational learning

Whilst evidence-based practice is standard in some industries such as health and air transport, it is still a fledgling practice in many other sectors and organisations.However, there is a growing understanding of the advantages that evidence-based practice can bring to an organisation. As a result, there is increasing interest in developing evidence-based practice. One of the issues that organisations face is how to develop the thinking, attitudes, knowledge and skills of staff, in order to move towards more evidence-based practices.

A new study by a team of researchers at the University of Buffalo and SUNY State University in New York looked at and evaluated a new approach using an interprofessional flipped classroom educational strategy.

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