Barriers and Enhancers to the EBM process. 12 th June, 2007. Jane McHugh, Information Specialist Dr Klara Brunnhuber, Clinical Editor BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. Agenda. EBM process: From unrecognised information need to evidence-based practice Enhancers and barriers to EBM process
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12th June, 2007
Jane McHugh, Information Specialist
Dr Klara Brunnhuber, Clinical Editor
BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
*Dawes M. Sampson U. (2003) Knowledge management in clinical practice: a systematic
review of information seeking behaviour in physicians. Int J Med Inform. 71: 9-15.
Quantitative analysis in review
No. of studies
Based on Dawes’s review (2003)
E: Enhancer; B: Barrier; *: Perceived enhancer/barrier
also covered by Dawes’s review