RSCH 2501 Week 2 Lecture Slides - Evidence-Based Chiropractic

RSCH 2501 Week 2 Lecture Slides - Evidence-Based Chiropractic

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Unformatted text preview: RSCH 2501 Introduction to Research Methods week week 2 2 evidence-based chiropractic: an introduction • Associate Professor, • Office of Sponsored Research & Scholarly Activity • Chair, Institutional Review Board • Life grad, practicing DC since 1983 [email protected] office (770) 426-2641 cell (404) 317-2842 see: “Instructor Contact” on BlackBoard RSCH 2501 Introduction to Research Methods Brent S. Russell, DC Required reading for week 3: “Concepts germane to an evidence-based application of chiropractic theory” by William Meeker, DC, MPH In the “Assignments” folder, week 3 to download : right-click link and “save target as….” librarian Pam Shadrix See the Announcements on Blackboard, and send me an e-mail to register for it. Library Online Resources Workshop (before week 8) Week 4: no class (OSCE day) Week 5: mid-term exam see Course Information on BlackBoard • weeks 1, 2, 3 material and • “Recent & historical events in Chiropractic Research” and • list of terms & definitions Assignments folder: week 7 J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2007; 30(6): 408-18 Dr. Hfuhruhurr practices chiropractic according to the way… a) …that he’s always done it, from techniques learned in chiropractic college and early in his career b) …it makes sense to him, based upon anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and neurology c) …B.J. Palmer, Gonstead, Thompson, Fuhr, Dejarnette, Pierce, Pettibon, Harrison, etc., said it should be done d) …critical appraisal of recent research of chiropractic methods – validity, reliability, mechanisms of action, appropriateness of use, effectiveness, utilization rates…. How Dr. Hfuhruhurr practices chiropractic… a) …the way he’s always done it, from techniques learned in chiropractic college and early in his career b) …how it makes sense to him, based upon anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and neurology c) …how B.J. Palmer, Gonstead, Thompson, Fuhr, Dejarnette, Pierce, Pettibon, Harrison, etc., said it should be done. d) …based on critical appraisal of recent research of chiropractic methods – validity, reliability, mechanisms of action, appropriateness of use, effectiveness, utilization rates…. an introduction to Evidence-Based Chiropractic E vidence- B ased P ractice is the integration of best clinically relevant research evidence doctor’s clinical expertise individual patient needs & values EBC: Evidence-Based Care EBP: Evidence-Based Practice EBM: Evidence-Based Medicine EIP: Evidence-Informed Practice EBC : evidence-based chiropractic Same basic principles Evidence-Based Practice some purposes: • increase reliance on established research • reduce influence of opinion “Medicine based on prevailing opinion...
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RSCH 2501 Week 2 Lecture Slides - Evidence-Based Chiropractic

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