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Friday, October 06, 2006

Not Nursing nor Midwifery, but a good link re Evidence based Practice

Evidence based practice: a survey of physiotherapists' current practice

This link above from a Canadian librarians blog, reporting on the work of a couple of Australian academics work:

"This very recent article by Ross Iles and Megan Davidson from School of Physiotherapy, La Trobe University, Australia, published in the very recent issue of Physiotherapy Research International (PHYSIOTHER RES INT), 2006; 11(2): 93-103, worked to investigate Australian physiotherapists' self-reported practice, skills and knowledge of evidence-based practice and to examine differences between recent and experienced graduates, physiotherapists with low and high levels of training and physiotherapists working in private practice and hospital settings."
Click on the link above to see more

11 comments:

Philippine said...

Kudos! Very informative article, keep up the good work!
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sallda said...

The working conditions in private practice and hospital settings can be so far a part, although the resources of hospitals tends to be a lot higher that in private sectors the quality of care and even the hospital furniture is a lot higher in the private sector, although they may charge more, most hospitals have the backing of goverment so you would assume that their equipment and care would be better.

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viresh said...

I think if healthcare providers could spend some time explaining to them, especially the elderly patients, the ill effects of not adhering strictly to their medication regime,just like healthcare training program where an which they can teach sort of things.

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