Will the Real Evidence-Based Practice Please Stand Up? Teaching the Process of Evidence-Based Practice to the Helping Professions

@article{Shlonsky2004WillTR,
  title={Will the Real Evidence-Based Practice Please Stand Up? Teaching the Process of Evidence-Based Practice to the Helping Professions},
  author={A. Shlonsky and L. Gibbs},
  journal={Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={137-153}
}
‘‘Evidence-based practice’’ (EBP) is in danger of becoming a catchphrase for anything that is done with clients that can somehow be linked to an empirical study, regardless of the study’s quality, competing evidence, or consideration of clients’ needs. The EBP process, on the other hand, involves a well-built practice question, an efficient search for best evidence, a critical appraisal of that evidence, and action based on the interchange between client preferences, practice experience, and… Expand
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