Knowledge may not be the best target for strategies to influence evidence-based practice: using psychological models to understand RCT effects.

@article{Bonetti2009KnowledgeMN,
  title={Knowledge may not be the best target for strategies to influence evidence-based practice: using psychological models to understand RCT effects.},
  author={Debbie L Bonetti and Marie Johnston and Nigel B. Pitts and Chris Deery and Ian W. Ricketts and Colin Tilley and Jan E Clarkson},
  journal={International journal of behavioral medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={287-93}
}
BACKGROUND Interventions to enhance the implementation of evidence-based practice have a varied success rate. This may be due to a lack of understanding of the mechanism by which interventions achieve results. PURPOSE Use psychological models to further an understanding of trial effects by piggy-backing on a randomised controlled trial testing 2 interventions (Audit & Feedback and Computer-aided Learning) in relation to evidence-based third molar management. METHOD All participants of the… CONTINUE READING

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