Evidence-based and research-based practice are methods of scientific inquiry used to determine a standard of medical care.
Evidence-based Practice (EBP)
Evidence-based Practice (EBP) integrates scientific and clinical expertise, current clinical data along with the values of the individual patient to determine the method and quality of services. The final decision is based upon a sufficient assessment of the available data and a reasonable belief that the decision will generate the best patient outcome.
Research-based practice is a scientific method involving the collection and analysing of traditional practices within a standard of care. Clinicians identify more effective means of patient care by comparing established methods with results of available research, resulting in changes to the delivery of care when deemed medically appropriate and ensures an improved outcome.
Preference of a particular method of practice is dependent upon the philosophy of the medical institution and its individual practitioners. Proponents of each method are likely to insist upon their method being the one that best delivers the highest standard of care.
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