(PDF) Evidence Based Practices in Health Sciences

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Fundamentals of evidencebased practise in health andsocial care
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TASK 1Describe the importance of evidence based practise in context of health and social care.EBP is important as the main objective of this is to provide best care to patients thathelps in improving outcomes of patients. EVB helps in promoting the activities and attitude ofmedical professionals. This helps the health and social care department to ensure that healthresources are used effectively and good decisions are made for getting funds for providinghealth care service. EBP has helped medical practitioners for improving the service delivery topatients. It is necessary for healthcare practitioners to adopt evidence based practise forproviding better outcomes to patients.P1 What is the purpose and process of accomplishing research in social and health care servicesThe main purpose of EBP in providing medical services is to ensure that all health carepractices depends upon good evidence and profit of patients. If EBP is used then results incontinuous recommendations for improving health care practise.The process of Evidence based practise was given by Dr. David Sackett. EBP is theexplicit, conscientious and judicious use of present best evidence in making decisions fordeveloping effective decisions regarding patient's care. There is development in EBP over theyears for conducting best research evidence, clinical expertise values and circumstances ofpatients and characteristics of patients. The following diagram shows evidence based practisesprocess.Evidence based PractisePatient's values andcircumstancesBest ResearchEvidenceClinical ExpertiseInformation from thePractise context
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