Evidence Informed Clinical Practice
Calling on diverse research, you’ll explore issues and make decisions about policy and practice in established hierarchies. Propose tactics to translate evidence into practice.Learn how national public policy and healthcare standards impact society.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- propose questions arising from clinical practice
- critically appraise research using evidence-based frameworks for decision-making in clinical practice
- incorporate strategies for translating evidence into practice.
- Introduction to Evidence Based Practice & developing a clinical question
- Performing a structured search for evidence
- Critical appraisal of the evidence
- Reviewing the literature and presenting the evidence
- Translating and utilising evidence in practice
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject will explore issues in practice; critically appraise and synthesise evidence for practice using established hierarchies. Interpret the impact of national and state policy and standards in health care; incorporate continuous quality improvement; and propose strategies to enable translation of evidence into practice.
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- Essay 1 (40%)
- Essay 2 (60%)