Thinking about EBP – Models for Action. Stepping up to Evidence Based Practice – Ideas into Action 1. Debra Ugboma January 2010. Objectives. Help define Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Discuss some of the issues surrounding EBP
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Stepping up to Evidence Based Practice – Ideas into Action 1
“Doing right things right” (Muir Gray, 2009 p41)
“.. the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patient/clients (Sackett et al 1996 p 71-72)
“Practice supported by a clear, up-to-date rationale, taking into account the patient/clients preferences and using your own judgement. If we practice EBP then we are set to give the best possible care” (Aveyard and Sharp, 2009 p4)
also see next presentation – “Getting Ready and Getting Started”
Projects into publication!
Structured EBP projects
Evidence from others/policy etc.
Getting involved in audit
Ideas into action
Questioning care, responding to feedback
This is a fairly traditional and standard approach for implementing EBP and change. Consider how you will evaluate e.g. audit (do you also need to audit before implementing any change?)