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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, organizational learning Whilst the 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 organizations. However, there is a growing understanding of the advantages that evidence-based practice can bring to an […]

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What does ‘Evidence-Based practice readiness’ really mean and what predicts it?

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Keywords: evidence-based practice, Evidence-Based practice readiness, organisational development There has been a considerable rise in interest around developing evidence-based practice in organisations in recent years. Peer-reviewed research volumes around the topic of evidence-based practice have risen from 571,000 studies in 1970 to over 4,371,000 last year. As more and more organisations become interested in using evidence-based […]

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How to get shared decision-making working in organisations

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Keywords: shared decision-making, decision-making, leadership, implementation, evidence-based practice, organisational culture, teamwork, workflows, resources One of the often-overlooked tenets of evidence-based practice is the idea of shared decision-making. Shared decision-making refers to the process of determining a strategy or tactic, in order to deal with an issue or solve a problem by multiple stakeholders within the […]

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How to use the best research and practice-based evidence to make quality decisions

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Keywords: evidence-based practice, practice-based evidence, research, decision-making Whilst many people get the general idea of evidence-based practice, and like it, actually turning it into a ‘practice’ is often another matter. There have been many attempts over the years of developing a process to help practitioners combine the primary elements of evidence-based practice of: The best research […]

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Using EPIS to implement evidence-based practice – the best evidence-based practice

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Keywords: evidence-based, evidence-based practice, implementation, EPIS, evidence-based practice implimentation Effective implementation of evidence-based practice presents a series of real challenges to many organisations. Whilst evidence-based practice is the gold standard for decision making and practice or operations in any organisation, it, as a systematic practice, is far from a simple prospect to implement in an […]

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Why there is a lack of engagement with evidence-based practice

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Why there is a lack of engagement with evidence-based practice by some professionals and organisations…  One of the problems many organisations wrestle with is how to get professionals and employees to engage more with research evidence. A raft of previous studies have shown that evidence-based practice significantly improves problem diagnosis, decision-making, adaptability and flexibility, as well as a whole […]

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The role of experience in evidence-based practice

The role of experience in evidence-based practice

Evidence-based practice it is not solely focused on being dependent on peer-reviewed research. Experience plays a vital role in evidence-based practice, only it’s not any old experience that counts here. There is experience and experience. Understanding the role of experience in evidence based practice, and what types of experience that is matters. Introduction – experience […]

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When evidence isn’t evidence: Telling fake news from real news…

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How good are you at spotting fake news? One of the many problems that non-academic evidence-based practitioners face is understanding the veracity or trustworthiness of research papers. Many  practitioners do not  always realise is that many studies, think tank reports, blog posts, LinkedIn posts, white papers, reports and other expert opinion articles are frequently biased.  One […]

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