Evidence-based practice in communication disorders: what do we know, and when do we know it?

@article{Dollaghan2004EvidencebasedPI,
  title={Evidence-based practice in communication disorders: what do we know, and when do we know it?},
  author={Christine A. Dollaghan},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={2004},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={391-400}
}
UNLABELLED Evidence-based practice (EBP), a framework that originated in clinical medicine, offers a principled means of addressing longstanding questions about clinical practice in communication disorders. However, in several respects EBP represents a radical departure from traditional thinking in speech-language pathology and audiology. In this paper, I first describe some of the ways in which the EBP orientation challenges conventional wisdom. I then describe criteria from the EBP literature… CONTINUE READING
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