Achieving Evidence-Based Practice
A Handbook for PractitionersBy
- Susan Hamer, BA, MA, RGN, FETC(Dist), NDNCert, Programme Director and Coordinator, Centre for the Development of Health Care Policy and Practice, University of Leeds, UK
- Gill Collinson, RGN, BSc, MA, AdvDipTherapeuticCounselling&ManagementChange, Programme Director, Centre for the Development of Health Care Policy and Practice, University of Leeds; Development Consultant, GC Consulting, Leeds, UK
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. This book provides a practical introduction to and overview of the development and implementation of evidence-based practice. It focuses on how to look for and appraise the available evidence, how to apply the evidence using a variety of approaches and in different organisational contexts, and how to understand different dimensions of personal and organisational change and its ethical components.
All undergraduate diploma and degree level students in the healthcare professions and qualified practitioners taking postgraduate courses which include a research component
Paperback, 240 Pages
Published: November 2005
Imprint: Baillière Tindall
- Section 1. Looking for the evidence.
Types of evidence.
Section 2. Applying the evidence.
Development of practice.
Section 3 Reflecting upon the evidence.