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Evidence-Based Research: The Basics

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Ulrike Dieterle (bio)

January 13 2009

26 minutes

748 views


Guide Questions for this Presentation:

1. What are the three elements of evidence-based practice?

2. Identify useful questions that may assist you in preparing for the research process.

3. Outline the 5-steps to evidence-based practice.

4. What are items to consider in tracking down the best evidence?

5. Outline the process for understanding the information need.

6. Explain the PICO method used in helping to formulate a searchable question.

7. List the suggested resource databases where you might begin to explore your topic.

8. Discuss how to recognize levels of evidence once you locate them.

9. What are guiding questions used to aid in critically appraising the evidence you've discovered?



Series:

Evidence Based Research

Categories:

Biomedical Research, Evidence Based Health Care

Tags:

Evidence-Based Medicine, Evidence-Based Practice
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