Three new APTA videos feature members talking about programs at their facilities that encourage clinicians to incorporate evidence-based practice into their patient care.
In Using Research in Clinical Practice-Steps to Success, Beth Crowner, PT, DPT, NCS, MPPA, associate professor at Washington University at St Louis, provides practical steps to starting a program that increased the use of evidence in a teaching facility, including starting a journal club and developing common examination items and outcome measures to collect.
In Major Projects at a Health System Level, Jenni Moore, PT, DHS, NCS, of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC), describes several projects that encouraged evidence-based practice across the large RIC health system.
In Applying Lessons Learned From a Large Health System to Your Clinic, Moore continues, outlining a process that can be applied in smaller settings, highlighting how to address barriers and leverage facilitators for success.
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