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Achieving evidence-based practice: a handbook for practitioners
  1. Janet Harris, MA, PhD
  1. Centre for Continuing Professional Development
 University of Oxford
 Oxford, UK

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    This book addresses steps 4 and 5 of evidence-based practice, offering ideas on how to integrate best evidence into practice and subsequently evaluate and reflect on your performance.

    In the chapter on types of evidence, Debra Humphries presents a range of research designs, helping the reader to understand how different research questions need different approaches to research. She reminds us that the well known hierarchy of research evidence is appropriate for positivistic research designs, …

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