Evaluating Evidence-Based Practice Performance

Alper, Brian S.; Vinson, Daniel C.
November 2006
ACP Journal Club;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 145 Issue 3, pA10
Academic Journal
The article presents information on two forms designed for use by medical students and residents to document their efforts in applying evidence-based principles to answering specific clinical questions. These forms ask for various clinical rating of the quality of the evidence. One of the forms is for medical students, while the second form is for residents and has been modified for use in documenting Practice-Based Learning and Improvement competencies.


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