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ROLE OF INFORMATION LITERACY IN EFFECTIVE EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE

@inproceedings{Majid2008ROLEOI,
  title={ROLE OF INFORMATION LITERACY IN EFFECTIVE EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE},
  author={S. Majid and A. Chaudhry and Xue Zhang},
  year={2008}
}
The healthcare sector is a dynamic and expanding area that is replete with numerous new developments, resulting in explosion of literature and information overload. An adequate level of information literacy is required to benefit from the growing healthcare literature. Concurrently, there also has been an emphasis on Evidence-Based Practice (EBP), as a thoughtful integration of the best available evidence for solving clinical problems and providing quality patient care. EBP requires that… Expand
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