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33,000 foot view isn't enough! Get down on the Ground To See What's Really Happening!

sMy last blog post listed the usual sections of a research report (title, abstract, introduction, methods, results, & discussion/conclusion); and I illustrated the amazing things you can learn from only an article title! 357 more words

Evidence Based Nursing

BELMAS Conference: Reflections on the implementation of a journal club in schools.

Last week I was lucky enough to have my research paper, which formed part of my Master’s degree, accepted at the annual British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) conference 2017. 929 more words

Education

Screen time and young children: Promoting health and development in a digital world

Position statement from the Canadian Paediatric Society

The digital landscape is evolving more quickly than research on the effects of screen media on the development, learning and family life of young children. 75 more words

07 (July 2017)

Should I use Creatine within my Flexible Dieting Plan?!

I have been getting more and more interested in researching various supplements and creatine has been on the top of my list.  If you’re not using creatine within your flexible dieting plan, then you may be missing out of the added benefits for a healthier lifestyle and gains within the gym!   603 more words

Lifestyle

Getting research into policy in health - The GRIP-Health project

For many, the idea that health policy should be informed by evidence is an obvious goal. And indeed, the global health community has widely called for increased use or uptake of research and evidence, in health policymaking | LSE Health and Social Care Blog… 190 more words

Innovation And Improvement Policy

Podcast: The Evidence Manifesto - it's time to fix the E in EBM

A response to systematic bias, wastage, error, and fraud in research underpinning patient care | BMJ

Informed decision making requires clinicians and patients to identify and integrate relevant evidence. 224 more words

06 (June 2017)

Teachers make the worst students: how can we become better at using the research?

On Thursday, we attended the local TeachMeet where we heard some excellent presentations from teachers across local schools. For those that missed it, here is a summary of our presentation on how we can you move ourselves, our departments or and our schools towards a culture of evidence based practice. 686 more words