EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE ACROSS THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS, 3RD EDITION

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  • Evidence-based Practice across the Health Professions is a contemporary guide to modern evidence-based practice.

     

    Fully revised and updated, it continues to keep the focus on the knowledge and skills that clinicians and students really need to make evidence-based informed decisions. It provides a foundation to help you to better ponder what clinical questions to ask, know ways to efficiently find research that answers those questions, know how to decide whether the results of research are believable, important and applicable and use good evidence with patients to provide healthcare as responsibly, effectively and collaboratively as possible. 

     

    Featuring a multi-discplinary approach with contributions from international and national leaders in evidence-based practice, this new edition now includes 15 health disciplines, including:

    - Clinical exercise physiology                                         - Optometry  

    - Complementary and alternative medicine                     - Paramedicine  

    - Human movement (exercise science)                           - Pharmacy  

    - Medical imaging                                                         - Physiotherapy  

    - Medicine                                                                   - Podiatry   

    - Nursing                                                                     - Radiation Therapy 

    - Nutrition and dietetics                                                - Speech pathology 

    - Medicine                                                                  

    - Occupational Therapy

     

     

    Key Features 

    Visit evolve.elsevier.com for your additional resources

     

    Instructor resources:

     

    Image collection

    PowerPoint slides

    Short answer and tutorial questions

    Clinical Scenarios test bank

    Student and instructor resources:

     

    Interactive quiz

    Worksheets

     

     

    New to this Edition 

    Updated and additional content on shared decision making

    Additional case studies on community pharmacy and optometry

    Expanded and updated content on evidence implementation

    New content on diagnostic clinical prediction rules

    Revised and expanded evolve assets to support teaching and learning

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