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Examines in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

The Interpretation of Evidence Based Practice

  • Open or Close Abulkhair M Beatti*

    Armed Forces Centre for Health Rehabilitation, Saudi Arabia

    *Corresponding author: Abulkhair M Beatti, Armed Forces Centre for Health Rehabilitation, Saudi Arabia

Submission: August 26, 2017; Published: November 13, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/EPMR.2017.01.000505

ISSN 2637-7934
Volume1 Issue1


Healthcare practitioners have ethical and professional responsibilities to provide the best possible care for every patient [1,2]. To do this, they are required to select effective and safe therapy that addresses the patient’s goals of treatment [3]. To be able to select the best evidence for their practice, they need to interpret evidence based practice (EBP) correctly. When the research evidence is conclusive then evidence can be assimilated into patient care as long as the findings relate to that patient [3,4].

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