K101 Evidence Based Care

Hazel Mayger
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Hazel Mayger
Created by Hazel Mayger over 6 years ago


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K101 Evidence Based Care
  1. Based on research


    • Based on research
    1. Avoids harm
      1. Prevents waste of resources
        1. prevents unnecessary interventions
          1. keeps workers current
            1. SU less willing to rely on prof opinion
              1. Traditional practices may be out of date
    2. Missing evidence
      1. Out of date
        1. Doesn't empower SU
          1. May not be acceptable to patient
            1. Undervalues works skills, experience & intuition
              1. Not individualised person-centred care
                1. Hard to keep up-to-date with changes
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