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Evidence Based Practice SIG
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Chair: Nathan Hellyer
hellyer.nathan@mayo.edu

Vice Chair: David Levine
David-Levine@utc.edu

Secretary: Denise Gobert
d.gobert@alumni.utexas.net

Treasurer: Hilary Greenberger
greenber@ithaca.edu

Nominating Committee: Amy Wagner
aewagner@uiwtx.edu
 

Purpose
 
The purpose of the EBP SIG is to provide a forum for clinicians, educators and researchers that promotes collaboration and innovation for informed application of research evidence in practice.
 
Objectives
 
The objectives of the EBP SIG are to provide a forum for discussion, a venue for program development, and a presence in the public arena of the Section. In particular the SIG shall:
 

  1. Provide a forum for clinicians and students to discuss and learn more about the complexities of using research evidence to inform practice; 
  1. Provide a forum for educators to explore the best methods for teaching and promoting integration of research in practice; 
  1. Provide a forum for researchers to explore research methodologies and dissemination strategies for promoting the integration of their research into practice; 
  1. Represent the interests of the membership of the SIG within the Section. 
  1. Provide service to the Section and the Association as a resource on the process of incorporating research evidence with clinical expertise and patient perspective in practice.
To join the Evidence-based Practice SIG, please submit your request using the Contact Us form here. Please be sure to include the name of SIG in your request.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS


DPT EBP Curricular Guidelines (click here!)
 
The EBP SIG can provide faculty who teach EBP with a comprehensive guideline of what should be included in DPT EBP curricula. The EBP SIG and Section on Research have endorsed the 30 page guideline which contains both overarching curricular recommendations and examples of specific learning objectives for students in the classroom and clinic. Congratulations and thank you to the task force members who put 18 months of work into the project: Deanne Fay, PT, DPT, MS, PCS; Steven George PT, PhD; Laurita Hack, PT, DPT, MBA, PhD, FAPTA; Dianne Jewell, PT, DPT, PhD, FAACVPR; Sandra Kaplan PT, DPT, PhD; David Levine, PT, PhD, DPT, OCS (co-chair); Randy Richter, PT, PhD; Julie K. Tilson, PT, DPT, MS, NCS (co-chair); Robert Wainner, PT, PhD

 

 

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