196A LECTURE 1 ON EBR METHODS

196A LECTURE 1 ON EBR METHODS - 196A LECTURE#1 SUGGESTED...

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196A LECTURE #1: SUGGESTED RESEARCH STRATEGIES & METHODS FOR EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE PRACTICE – “a repeated or customary action, the usual way of doing something, the continuous exercise of a profession or a professional business” Practitioner – one who practices a profession. Protocol – a more rigorous type of action or group of procedures that are instituted in specific predetermined situations. Given a specific diagnosis or need, a particular protocol may be developed and tested and used with consistency to lead to a particular pre-determined outcome that is defined as alleviating or remediating the identified diagnostic related need A way of responding in consistent practice patterns to commonly identified patient needs. CLINICAL INDICATORS: o A measurable dimension of the quality or appropriateness with respect to an important aspect of patient care. o They describe measurable care processes, clinical events, complications, or outcomes for which data should be collected to allow comparison against an established threshold. o Issues addressed through clinical indicators EVB - METHOD STRATEGIES A. Ex Post Facto Evaluation
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1. Does not require intrusion on day to day treatment 2. Conduct a correlation analysis between the time spent in TR and certain rehab outcomes.
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