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Evidence Based Practice

About Evidence Based Practice

The Evidence Based Practice (EBP) project aims to facilitate the implementation of Evidence Based Practice in healthcare, improving patient outcomes while streamlining costs.

The main goal is to bridge the gap between theory and practice in healthcare by promoting the adoption of EBP principles. By integrating recent research findings with clinical expertise and patient preferences, we strive to enhance the quality and safety of patient care.

The 5 steps of EBP:

  • Framing an answerable question
  • Obtaining the best evidence to answer the question
  • Critically appraising the acquired evidence
  • Translating the evidence into clinical practice
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of the previous steps.

 

Goals and Objectives:
Driven by a commitment to practicality, the objectives include:

  • Developing an Online Escape Room: Creating an engaging online escape room to educate healthcare professionals about EBP principles. Through interactive gameplay, participants will learn to apply EBP concepts to real-life scenarios.

  • Promoting Active Learning: By immersing participants in an interprofessional patient case, the aim is to facilitate active learning and critical thinking. The escape room’s structure will be based on the 5 steps of EBP, guiding participants through each stage of the process.

  • Providing Practical Resources: Upon completion of the escape room, participants will receive a practical information sheet outlining the 5 steps of EBP. This resource aims to reinforce learning and support the integration of EBP principles into clinical practice.

 

For more details about the project background, visit the project website.

Project Duration
36 months | November 2023 – October 2026

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Co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or CINEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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