Resisting complexity; evidence based knowledge and the neglect of practice. Mette Irmgard Snertingdal (SIRUS) Cecilie Basberg Neumann (AFI).
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Resisting complexity; evidence based knowledge and the neglect of practice
Mette Irmgard Snertingdal (SIRUS)
Cecilie Basberg Neumann (AFI)
Evidence based medicine is the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients
(Sackett 1996 p. 71)
(Babor et.al 2010)
That the knowledge produced by social scientists are:
Evidence based practice can:
A) Practice policies (use of recourses by practitioners)
B) Service policies (recourses allocation, pattern of services)
C) Governance policies (organizational and financial structures)
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