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Motivational Interviewing as Evidence-Based Practice? An Example from Sexual Risk Reduction Interventions Targeting Adolescents and Young Adults

evidence-based methods without adequate resource allocation and contextual adaptation. ... evidence-based practice (EBP) has become increasingly accepted within the social and public health sector (Morago, 2006). In many contexts, EBP has been launched as a top–down project underpinned by a

Commentary: Congress of Neurological Surgeons Systematic Review and Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines on the Role of Surgery in the Management of Adults With Metastatic Brain Tumors

, Alvarez-Breckenridge C , Brastianos RK et al.  Congress of neurological surgeons systematic review and evidence-based guidelines on the role of surgery in the management of adults with metastatic ... systematic review and evidence-based guidelines for the treatment of adults with metastatic brain tumors: executive summary . Neurosurgery  . 2019 ; 84 ( 3 ): 550 - 552 . 3. Gaspar LE

Commentary: Congress of Neurological Surgeons Systematic Review and Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines on the Role of Surgery in the Management of Adults With Metastatic Brain Tumors

The “Congress of Neurological Surgeons Systematic Review and Evidence-Based Practice Guideline on the Role of Surgery in the Management of Adults with Metastatic Brain Tumors”1 provides clear ... course, are not meant to speculate or push us into the realm of what may be possible. They are meant to evaluate existing data and provide us a snapshot of evidence-based practice that is known through

Putting FAIR Evidence into Practice

rapidly generated, integrated into practice, and further evidence can be generated for further medical and clinical insights.1 The novel aspect suggested is the archiving of data, whether from clinical ... . Ensuring that all digital objects are readable by human and machine is no small feat. But it seems to us that in order to “mind the gap” between evidence generation and practice, and back again, also means

Navigating the storm: How proficient organizational culture promotes clinician retention in the shift to evidence-based practice

Objective Clinician turnover is a major concern as mental health systems and organizations invest substantial resources in the implementation of evidence-based practice (EBP). In this study, we ... organization?s culture and climate, and potentially identifying demographic information within a system that is promoting evidence-based practice implementation. This manuscript explicitly focuses on the most

Applying modern measurement approaches to constructs relevant to evidence-based practice among Canadian physical and occupational therapists

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a complex process. To quantify it, one has to also consider individual and contextual factors using multiple measures. Modern measurement approaches are available to ... research evidence, patients’ preferences, and their clinical expertise to support clinical decision-making, a process known as evidence-based practice (EBP) [1]. Production of high-quality research in fields

Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) in Rehabilitative Physiotherapy

Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is considered to be an essential component of clinical service delivery in healthcare. Australian physiotherapists have access to a wide range of resources to support ... items place a mark x in the appropriate box that indicates your response Daily Weekly Fortnightly Monthly Never Six monthly Current Evidence-based practice (EBP) activity Please indicate how often

Evidence-based Practice in the New Millenium

A reflection on learning and education in practice. ... , Medical Education Commons, and the Translational Medical Research Commons - Evidence-Based Practice in the New Millenium NICHOLUS H. YEE, M.D., Oakwood Annapolis Hospital I discussed a case with an

Evidence-based dentistry: let's talk about experimental evidence

literature in greater detail, relating to what empirical evidence is and its relevance to evidence-based dentistry (EBD). It explores why empirical evidence is becoming synonymous with the outcome of an ... evidencebased practice. However, the strength of qualitative data collection is being overlooked in current evidence-based practice (EBP), despite the fact that both scientific methods are valid. Consequently

Differing cognitive strategies between evidence-based medicine and evidence-based practice

Clinical care requires both evidence-based medicine (abstract, not applied, knowledge) and evidence-based practice (derived from knowledge of a specific patient's concerns). Clinical Research in ... clinicians depend on guidelines . Guidelines are not evidence. They become obsolete and vary widely in validity.6 In order to practice quality medicine, doctors need an evidence-based diet, a term I coined for

Implementation of evidence-based practice for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo: DIZZTINCT– A study protocol for an exploratory stepped-wedge randomized trial

substantial inconveniences and disabilities during symptomatic periods. BPPV therapeutic processes – the Dix-Hallpike Test (DHT) and the Canalith Repositioning Maneuver (CRM) – have an evidence base that is at ... guideline-concordant care of patients with BPPV in the ED. The stepped-wedge design has the advantages of being acceptable to stakeholders when the intervention implements evidence-based practice, initiation

Proposal of a Holistic Model to Support Local-Level Evidence-Based Practice

In response to a central drive for evidence-based practice, there have been many research support schemes, setups, and other practices concentrating on facilitating access to external research, such ... capabilities. The whole evidence-based practice movement has alienated internal decision makers and, thus, very little progress has been made in the context of evidence informing local policy formation. Health

Reflection and Evidence Based Practice in Action: A Case Based Application

Reflective practice and evidence-based practice are essential to clinical practice. The former provides a retrospective look at current practice and questions the reason for doing so. The latter ... which best evidence can be used to make foundationally sound and clinically relevant decisions. This article demonstrates the utility of and the dynamics between reflective practice and evidence-based

Building the Foundation: Educational Soundness in Teaching Evidence-Based Practice

Athletic training education has begun preparing students to enter clinical practice using evidence-based practice procedures. These procedures have been extensively studied and evaluated throughout ... . Considering the importance of the multiple steps incorporated in sound evidence-based practice, novice learners lacking clinical experience must learn to foster this skill under careful direction. Educators

Encouraging MSK imaging research towards clinical impact is a necessity: opinion paper of the European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology (ESSR)

• Research in medical imaging has the potential to improve human health. • High-level studies have the potential to place radiology at the pinnacle of quality in evidence-based practice. • The ESSR Research ... evidence-based practice. • The ESSR Research Committee intends to encourage research with potential to influence treatment, patient outcome, and social impact. KeywordsResearch Diagnosis Healthcare

Attributes of context relevant to healthcare professionals’ use of research evidence in clinical practice: a multi-study analysis

To increase the likelihood of successful implementation of evidence-based practices, researchers, knowledge users, and healthcare professionals must consider aspects of context that promote and ... . Report No.: 978–1–55195-269–7.Google ScholarKitson A, Harvey G, McCormack B. Enabling the implementation of evidence based practice: a conceptual framework. Qual Health Care. 1998;7(3):149–58.View

Differences in the Use and Perceptions of Evidence-Based Practice between Occupational Therapy Students and Practitioners

This study explored differences in perceptions of evidence-based practice (EBP) between occupational therapy (OT) students and practitioners. Researchers aimed to understand student and practitioner

An Open-Access Review to Determine Best Evidence-Based Practice for COPD

therapy (OT) practitioners have the ability to efficiently treat these clients using evidence-based interventions to achieve optimal functioning and quality of life. The purpose of this research study was ... Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease intervention protocol for COPD. Another core (COPD) is the third leading cause of death in the feature of evidence-based practice is the rating of United States (U.S

The Evidence-based Practice Beliefs and Knowledge of Physical Therapy Clinical Instructors

Introduction: For evidence-based practice to occur in patient management or clinical instruction, a knowledge of evidence-based practice principles is needed, including how to retrieve, appraise, and

A Review of the Literature on Evidence-Based Practice in Physical Therapy

The term “evidence-based practice” (EBP) has become ubiquitous in physical therapy practice. Since the mid 1990s, over 70 articles have been published in the physical therapy literature relating to ... profession faces with respect to evidence-based practice by providing a comprehensive synthesis and analysis of the EBP literature in Physical Therapy (PT). A number of authors have argued that the profession