Sources of evidence

Sources of evidence - Tradition Authority Trial Error...

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Tradition Authority Personal experience Intuition Borrowed evidence
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Individual studies Qualitative research Quantitative research Reviews Integrative reviews Meta-analyses Systematic reviews Clinical Practice Guidelines Clinical protocols
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Findings from individual studies is the most basic form of research evidence, but they are not enough for EBP The strongest study for finding evidence is the randomized clinical trail (RCTs) Findings form many well conducted studies are necessary for EBP
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Qualitative Studies are used when there isn’t much known about a phenomenon Are used to understand and describe phenomena Researchers use an unstructured interview guide to facilitate a participant to describe the phenomenon of interest Data is description not numbers Several types which will be described in the lecture on qualitative research
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Quantitative Studies use numerical measurement to explore relationships
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