Bridging our mandates: evidence-based practice (EBP) and patient-centered care (PCC) 1

Published on October 31, 2017   33 min

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Hi, my name is Nan Bernstein Ratner. I'm here to discuss the topic of bridging our mandates, evidence-based practice, and patient-centered care. I happened to work at the University of Maryland. And, if you have any questions after this, you can reach me at the e-mail that I've listed below.
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I'm going to start first by explaining the purpose of this talk. First, what I want to do is fully flesh out what evidence-based practice is and what it means for practicing speech-language pathologist or NSLT. And then, I want to introduce a second notion, patient-centered care and how that can lead to differences in how you might treat a particular patient, and then finally, I'm going to talk a little bit about practice-based evidence, which is how to gather site specific information to do better evidence-based practice. But first, I'll start by reviewing the principles of evidence-based practice. I think everybody thinks they understand it. It's a very common test question, but I thought it would be useful to take a moment to review its principles before going on.
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