Though many articles may be evidence based, for research purposes evidence based generally refers to articles in the medical, nursing, psychiatry and related health sciences fields.
Part I (18:55)
The fundamentals of evidence-based healthcare in this concise, easy-to-understand presentation. Topics include the origins of EBP, its global impact on healthcare practice, the different types of research including systematic reviews and meta-analyses, the hierarchy of evidence, and when can a healthcare practitioner say he or she is delivering evidence-based care.
Part II (21:23)
The Joanna Briggs Institute Evidence model, how to formulate an effective question using the PICOT model, and what it means to put evidence into practice.
In CINAHL scroll down the advanced search page to limit to Evidence-Based Practice. Select this limit before you actually search as it is not available from the result list.
The databases below do have evidence based articles, but they don't have the limit. The way to get the evidence based article sis to: