4 edition of Evidence-based practice in primary care / edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines found in the catalog.
Evidence-based practice in primary care / edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines
|Contributions||Silagy, Chris, Haines, Andrew|
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|Pagination||x, 188 p.|
|Number of Pages||188|
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Edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines 1 Evidence-based practice in primary care: an introduction 1 specifically addressed the relevance and. Evidence Based Practice in Primary Care. 1 Evidence-based practice in primar y care: an introduction 1. Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines.
Evidence Based Practice in Primary Health Care is split into two sections. The first discusses how the individual can apply evidence based medicine in the clinical setting, and the second covers the wider issue of changes in organisation and strategy to promote better and more effective delivery of care within a practice or primary care group.
In the Royal Society of Medicine Journal review of the first edition of this book, David Seamark wrote: “Evidence-based medicine provokes reactions from enthusiasm to and Haines’ well laid out book seeks to reconcile the two extremes by explaining why evidence-based medicine is relevant to daily practice in primary care and by asking primary care professionals Format: Paperback.
Statement of responsibility: edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines ISBN:Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Get this from a library. Evidence-based practice in primary care. [Chris Silagy; Andrew Haines;] -- This work is split into two sections.
The first discusses how the individual can apply evidence-based medicine in the clinical setting, and the second covers. Evidence based practice in primary care: an introduction-- 2. Getting started: how to set priorities and define questions-- 3.
Tracking down the evidence-- 4. Critical appraisal-- 5. Applying the evidence with patients-- 6. Screening and diagnostic tests-- 7.
This book has been prepared by professionals working in the UK and sets out the principles and practice of EBM in primary care diagnosis. Giving guidance on over symptoms and disorders, the book illustrates the fundamental issues: that the value of a history, examination and investigation depends on the patient's prior probability of disease and on the setting and 5/5(1).
Author(s): Silagy,Chris; Haines,Andrew Title(s): Evidence-based practice in primary care/ edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines.
Edition: 2nd ed. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: BMJ Books, Evidence-based Practice in Primary Care. 2nd Edition. Edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines. BMJ Books £ vii–ISBN This BMJ book quickly endorses the need for evidence based medicine in General Practice and Primary Care.
Its introductory chapters are easy to follow with good definitions (you can quickly. Buy Evidence Based Practice in Primary (Evidence–Based Medicine) Second by Silagy, Christopher (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Author(s): Silagy,Chris Title(s): Evidence based practice in primary care/ edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: London:. For those interested in an introduction to EBM, a better starting point is probably Evidence-Based Practice in Primary Care by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines (BMJ. to develop an ongoing culture of evidence-based practice within primary care.
These include clinical practice guidelines, use of computerised decision support systems and continuing medical education strategies. Contributors have been drawn from six is reflected in the diversity of writing styles and examples which are used to illustrate the relevance of evidence.
Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is an approach to medical practice intended to optimize decision-making by emphasizing the use of evidence from well-designed and well-conducted gh all medicine based on science has some degree of empirical support, EBM goes further, classifying evidence by its epistemologic strength and requiring that only the.
Donner-Banzhoff N. () Review of Evidence Based Practice in Primary Care (edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines, published by BMJ Books). BMJ Cited by: 4.
Primary Care Centre Winner of the Queen‟s Anniversary Prize For Higher and Further Education Evidence Based Practice in Primary Care: K Dziedzic1, K Stevenson2, M Porcheret1,3 1 Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre 2 University Hospital of North Staffordshire 3 North Staffordshire PCT.
In practice, it is a rapidly changing and complex field driven by information technology. This handbook attempts to bridge the gap between the sunny uplands of what is desirable and the realities of trying to provide evidence based primary care at the coal face of general practice.
Cited by: Dinant, Geert Jan, General practice research: for universities only, or a normal part of everyday care?. –4 Doust, Jenny [Book review of] Evidence-based Practice in Primary Care, edited by Chris Silagy and Andrew Haines, 2nd ed (BMJ Books).
see also Del Mar, Chris. Evidence-based practice (EBP) has been a priority in health care in recent decades. However, few studies have investigated EBP in primary care.
The aim of this study was to explore the knowledge that nurses with a bachelor’s degree use in their clinical practice of primary care. Focus group interviews were by:. Evidence-based practice a critical appraisal / edited by Liz Trinder.
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The gut / editor, Helen Galley. Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care, edited by Drs. Clifford S. Deutschman and Patrick J. Neligan, provides objective data and expert guidance to help answer the most important questions challenging ICU physicians today.
It discusses the clinical options, examines the relevant research, and presents expert recommendations on everything from acute organ .Evidence-based practice in primary care is perceived to be multi-faceted, ‘complex and messy’ requiring a variety of approaches to aid the uptake and implementation of research.
Barriers need to be identified specifically to the working environment in which they occur, especially in the case of primary care where the working environment Cited by: