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The basics of EBD
Transcript of The basics of EBD
3. Is it any good
and is it useful to you?
1. Asking a question
2. Searching for evidence
4. How will you implement?
Root cause analysis:
Force field analysis
5. How will you evaluate?
What is EBD?
:-)(-:Why structure a question?
:-)(-: Why use EBD?
:-)(-: What's going to hinder and what's going to help you use an innovation in your clinical setting?
A clinician encounters a clinical situation where he is unsure of the best way to proceed.
He attended a course on using EBD three weeks previously.
To help be concise in searching for published evidence
To focus on learning directly relevant to our patients' needs
To focus on our learning needs
To help make searches higher yielding
To improve communication with colleagues, students and teachers
P: patient, population or problem
Synopses of syntheses (systematic reviews)
Synopses of studies
Computerised decision support systems
Databases only give you what you ask for
:-)(-: What alternative terms could be used for your PICO?
Where to search
In addition to those just mentioned...
normal search & clinical queries
I: intervention or E for exposure
C: comparison or control
:-)(-:Let's try one of your PICOs
If there is no pre-appraised evidence, what primary studies are the most suitable to answer your question?
:-)(-:Which type would be most suitable to answer your PICO?
:-)(-:How about we appraise a study?
AND, OR, *, ( )
Thanks for your attention
And don't forget Qualitative studies - beliefs, attitudes, experiences
:-)(-:Why does he not use the skills taught on the course to identify evidence to help solve the problem?