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Evidence-Based Practice in Rehabilitation

Becoming an EBP Practitioner

After synthesizing the evidence to determine a course of action, the next step is to evaluate the effectiveness of your treatments or interventions and then refine your course of action.

How do I become an EBP practitioner?

To facilitate your development of EBP in clinical practice,

  • Become proficient in the EBP activities to inform your clinical decision-making
  • Consider searching through systematic reviews or meta-analyses, using the resources below
  • Work with a group
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