Evidence-based practice is a process of making clinical decisions based on 3 components:
Best Research Evidence requires the clinician to search for the best research evidence available, which may come in the form of systematic reviews, meta-analyses, randomized controlled trials, clinical controlled trials, and other types of studies. This research is most often published in peer-reviewed journals.
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