5 edition of Evidence-based practice for information professionals found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Andrew Booth and Anne Brice.|
|Contributions||Booth, Andrew, 1961-, Brice, Anne.|
|LC Classifications||Z665 .E94 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2004381872|
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These Evidence-based practice for information professionals book with their associated Special Topics present concise summaries of evidence-based information practice within generic areas of work, together with practical examples of the application of evidence-based principles and methods.
This book is of wide interest to all new and established information professionals, both those in fields Cited by: Evidence-based practice has progressively become an important topic of discussion within a growing number of professions.
Analysis of data collected from semi-structured interviews has revealed five different ways that evidence-based practice can be experienced by library and information professionals.
The results of the research provide. Buy Evidence-based Practice for Information Professionals: A Handbook by Booth, Andrew, Brice, Anne (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. The premise of Evidence-based practice for information professionals: a handbook is that the principles and practice of EBHC can and should be carried over into the research and practice of information professionals.
This is referred to here as both evidence-based information practice (EBIP) and the narrower evidence-based librarianship (EBL).
The book is a comprehensive guide to all the main strands of EBHC - finding and implementing evidence for use in clinical practice. Its focus is health professionals in the primary care field, and it consciously uses case examples from a variety of professional contexts.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) has become the standard in medical practice today. Evidence-based Practice for Health Professionals: An Interprofessional Approach covers the fundamentals of applying medical evidence to clinical practice and discussing research findings with patients and fellow professionals.
This essential text explains the basic concepts of EBP, its applications in medicine 1/5(1). Librarians and information professionals have an advantage in that questions and answers are key competencies of the profession, and EBL “may thus be informed both by research within information science and by wider developments in evidence-based practice” (p.
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The cd includes a lot of resources for everyday practice.’. As mentioned earlier, evidence-based practice is a concept that emerged out of evidence-based medicine.
Although this book will concentrate largely on the use of evidence-based practice in. Get this from a library. Evidence-based practice for information professionals: a handbook.
[Andrew Booth; Anne Brice;] -- Evidence-based practice is a paradigm that originated within healthcare but is rapidly migrating to other fields. It involves applying the results from rigorous research studies to professional. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the idea that occupational practices ought to be based on scientific at first sight may seem to be obviously desirable, but the proposal has been controversial.
Evidence-based practices have been gaining ground since the formal introduction of evidence-based medicine in and have spread to the allied health professions, education, management.
Organizations often do not have processes in place to support nurses through a systematic approach for developing and evaluating nursing interventions, protocols, critical pathways, and policies that are derived from scientific evidence.
The. Introduction. To highlight and advance clinical effectiveness and evidence-based practice (EBP) agendas, the Institute of Medicine set a goal that by90% of clinical decisions will be supported by accurate, timely and up-to-date clinical information and will reflect the best available evidence to achieve the best patient outcomes.1 To ensure that future healthcare users can be assured of.
Chapter 1 - Introduction to evidence-based practice Chapter 2 - Information needs, asking questions, and some basics of research studies Chapter 3 - Finding the evidence Chapter 4 - Evidence about effects of interventions Chapter 5 - Questions about the effects of interventions: examples of appraisals from different health professions Chapter 6 - Evidence about diagnosis.
Evidence Based Practice for Information Professionals: A Handbook. Evidence-Based Practice: An Implementation Guide for Healthcare Organizations was created to assist the increasing number of hospitals that are attempting to implement evidence-based practice in their facilities with little or no guidance.
This manual serves as a guide for the design and implementation of evidence-based practice systems and provides practice advice, worksheets, and. In other words, evidence-based treatments (EBTs) are said to provide a good foundation for evidence-based practice (EBP) under field conditions (Hunsley, ; Wilson, ).
However, as pointed out above, the extent to which individual professional judgment has to be employed additionally, and how it is employed, is difficult to estimate.
Evidence‐based practice for information professionals: a handbook Booth, Andrew and Brice, Anne (eds). London: Facet Publishing, ISBN 1‐‐‐8, pp. TRIP (Turning Research into Practice) is a freely-accessible database that includes evidence-based synopses, clinical answers, systematic reviews, guidelines, and tools.
It does not automatically link to Walden subscriptions; may use Google Scholar to find full text. Development of evidence-based practice is fueled by the increasing public and professional demand for accountability in safety and quality improvement in health care.
Leaders in the field have defined EBP as “Integration of best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values” (Sackett et .Advancing Oncology Nursing Science makes a significant contribution to the evidence-based-practice (EBP) agenda, synthesizng information on bodies of substantiated science that can be translated into clinical practice and health ns include foundations and priorities of oncology nursing science; advancing oncology nursing science; leading causes of cancer; current and emerging.
Essential Evidence Plus offers a system of filtered, synopsized, evidence-based information, with an integrated search engine that enables simultaneous keyword search in multiple databases: Essential Evidence Topics, EBM Guidelines, POEMs Research Summaries, Cochrane Systematic Reviews, Practice Guidelines, Decision Support Tools, H&P Calculators, Diagnostic Test .