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Research Skills - Finding Evidence

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Transcript of Research Skills - Finding Evidence

Evidence Pyramid
Introduction to Evidence in
Evidence Based Practice
Evidence-based practice is “the integration of
best research evidence with clinical expertise and
patient values". Sackett, et al. 2000
So......
What is best research evidence ?
So.....What is 'best research evidence'?
So, how do you know what constitutes 'best research evidence'?
Where to find these different types of information?
Cochrane Library
Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI)
DynaMed
Cinahl
Medline
ScienceDirect
Unfiltered Information Resources
Original Research article
Title & Author Information
Abstract
Introduction
Review of Literature
Methodology
Findings/Results
Conclusions/Discussion
Works Cited/References
Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT)
Cohort Study
Case-controlled study
Cinahl; Medline;
Sciencedirect etc
Filtered Resources
What?
Systematic Reviews
Evidence Summaries
Best Practice Guidelines
Clinical Guidelines
What?

Where?
Where?
Cochrane Library,
DynaMed,
Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI)
Systematic Reviews
Sources: Cochrane Library;
JBI Connect
Systematic reviews provide comprehensive and unbiased summaries of the research on a single topic.
These reviews bring together large numbers of individual studies in a single document.
As part of the systematic review process, this research is subject to a critical appraisal.
Even when the research evidence is limited or nonexistent, these reviews summarise current best evidence on the topic.
These reviews not only provide the best evidence for clinical decision making, they can also help determine future research needs.
Best practice guidelines &
Evidence summaries.
Best practice guidelines are systematic statements to assist practitioners’ decisions about appropriate health care for specific clinical circumstances
Evidence summaries gather together multiple studies and summarise the strongest evidence and results.
They clearly differentiate opinion from evidence;
Guidelines and Summaries document the strength of the evidence that supports each recommendation with references.
Evidence-based guidelines not only make statements about which interventions are recommended, but quantify any difference in outcome, including benefit and harms, between options.
Sources: DynaMed; JBI Connect;
National Guidleines Clearinghouse
Help with Evidence-based Research
Evidence based Nursing Subject Guide
Videos on searching the resources talked about today
Links to the Databases and Guidelines sites

https://www.library.qut.edu.au/search/howtofind/evidencebased/
http://www.library.qut.edu.au/help/
Email Phone Chat face to face
Unfiltered Resources
Where?
Cinahl; Medline;
Sciencedirect
Filtered Resources
Where?
Cochrane; DynaMed;
JBI Connect+
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