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Evidence Based Practice

Zim Okoli
February 2, 2021

Evidence based practice starts with a question. When we have a question in mind, we look up the research on the topic and evaluate it to see what the outcomes are. It is important to evaluate current programs and materials in order to ensure that healthcare professionals are doing evidence based and effective work. Evidence based practice is really important because it questions if we can improve upon what we are doing so we can better our treatment and the well-being of our patients.