AuthorsChapman, Hazel M.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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Abstract[A] Overview This chapter outlines the processes of developing evidence-based practice and carrying out research and highlights the similarities and differences between the two. This chapter aims to increase your skills and motivation in utilising research evidence to improve your practice, introduce you to the process of research and develop your research skills. [A] Learning Outcomes At the end of this chapter you will be able to: • Critique research papers. • Share best practice with your colleagues. • Assist with research in practice. • Develop your research skills with a view to becoming a researcher.
CitationChapman, H.M. (2020). Using and developing evidence in health and social care practice. In Best, S. and Edwards, D.J. (Eds.), Health and Social Care: Underpinning knowledge, building theory and practice, and contemporary issues. London, United Kingdom: Sage.
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