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  • Quick Intro to Health Info Stewart Brower Toni Hoberecht
  • Evidence based health care
    • “ the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of the individual patient. It means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research.”
    • David Sackett, M.D.
  • Clinical Expertise Patient’s Values Research Evidence
  • Why Care About EBHC?
    • EBHC is essentially about patients
    • Clinical practice is undergoing revolutionary change, with evidence and decision skills assuming a central role for all practitioners
    • The best use of the best evidence yields the best care
    • Gross, Decisions and Evidence in Medical Practice
    • 2001 p. V
  • PICO
    • Metric
      • P (patient/disease, population)
      • I (intervention)
      • C (comparative intervention)
      • O (outcome)
    • Usually preceded by a short scenario
    • Ideal for creating a research question
  • Sample PICO Question P adults with acute back pain or sciatica I activity C bedrest O pain reduction/return to regular routine For adults with acute back pain or sciatica, is there any evidence that staying active as opposed to bedrest is more beneficial?
  • Let’s try this together…
    • Each team will get copies of the article, the abstract, and a series of questions to answer
    • Apply what you know – Is your article “included”?
    • Five minutes to discuss, then each team leader will give a brief report