Diminishing Effect Sizes with Repeated Exposure to Evidence-Based Practice Training in Entry-Level Health Professional Students: A Longitudinal Study

@inproceedings{Lewis2016DiminishingES,
  title={Diminishing Effect Sizes with Repeated Exposure to Evidence-Based Practice Training in Entry-Level Health Professional Students: A Longitudinal Study},
  author={Lucy Kate Lewis and Sze C. Wong and Louise K Wiles and Maureen P McEvoy},
  booktitle={Physiotherapy Canada. Physiotherapie Canada},
  year={2016}
}
  • Lucy Kate Lewis, Sze C. Wong, +1 author Maureen P McEvoy
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    Physiotherapy Canada…
    2016
  • Medicine
  • PURPOSE To investigate the magnitude of change in outcomes after repeated exposure to evidence-based practice (EBP) training in entry-level health professional students. METHOD Using an observational cross-sectional analytic design, the study tracked 78 students in physiotherapy, podiatry, health science, medical radiations, and human movement before and after two sequential EBP courses. The first EBP course was aimed at developing foundational knowledge of and skills in the five steps of EBP… CONTINUE READING

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