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SMH dagene 2016 - 20/21 September

Special group for Medical and Health (SMH) is most active special group under the Norwegian Library Association (NBF) and arranges biennial conference in Norway. 676 more words

What is evidence-informed practice?

Some authors appear to use evidence-based practice and evidence-informed practice interchangeably but other authors identify significant difference . The main difference is in the approach to evidence. 374 more words

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The evidence for OT and neurodegenerative disorders (part 1): Multiple Sclerosis

Cover photo credit:  Lew Holzman (Image here)

Neurodegenerative disorders are those that primarily impact the neurons of the brain.  Even if you don’t work exclusively with clients who have these disorders, you will likely meet them along your path if you work in adult rehabilitation settings.   870 more words

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Central venous catheters: latest evidence for nursing practice

Chapman, S. Evidently Cochrane Blog. Published online: 15 September 2016

By Sarah Chapman

What are the things that you do to reduce the risk of catheter-related infection in patients with central venous catheters (CVCs)?

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Clinical Trials Worth Knowing - CRICU Sepsis Nursing Workshop

This post is a collection of references and resource material from a workshop session in the inaugural Caboolture Redcliffe ICU Sepsis Workshop for nurses. The objective of this session was to work through critical appraisal of 5 prominent critical care trials with particular significance to our practice context. 403 more words

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What are evidence-based programs?

While evidence-based practice is a decision-making process that incorporates the best research evidence, the best clinical experience and family and client values; evidence-based programs are programs that have been standardised, systematised and rigorously evaluated. 1,326 more words

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What is evidence-based practice?

Although there is no universally accepted definition of evidence-based practice in social work and family work , it is generally described as a decision-making process that incorporates: 1,300 more words

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