Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is an approach used in numerous professions that focuses on attention on evidence quality in decision making and action. We review research on EBP implementation, identifying critical underlying psychological factors facilitating and impeding its use.
Evidence-Based Practice: The Psychology of EBP Implementation (2015)
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