Working with the new Aged Care Quality Standards
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an approach to care which combines clinical expertise with the best available research evidence to ensure that all stakeholders (health practitioners, carers, clients and their family) are aware of and consider relevant research evidence to inform the decision-making around their care.
Implementing new interventions and therapies based on clinical knowledge can slow the functional decline of older people whilst improving outcomes and quality of life.
Evidence indicates that up to 40% of adult patients receive care that is not based on current evidence or guidelines, including treatments that may be ineffective, unnecessary or potentially harmful.
Using EBP can not only improve care outcomes and quality of life for older people, it can also improve productivity for care providers.
This workshop is designed to provide senior managers and clinical leaders with a deep understanding of the foundations of EBP and how it should be implemented within their organisation.
Participants will learn how to identify, validate and implement EBP into their organisation using tools, resources and processes to demonstrate that an evidenced based approach is being used and monitored.
Don't waste your time with alternatives; learn directly from Australia's leading evidence-based practice educator, Dr Drew Dwyer.
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