If you are a school research lead or interested in evidence-based practice, then this post is for you.
This is a re-blog post originally posted by Gary Jones and published with kind permission.
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With that in mind, I have produced an amended version of the Center for Evidence-Based Management’s booklet “Evidence-Based Management, The Basic Principles”. The booklet written by Denise Rousseau, Rob Briner and Eric Barends, was originally written as a general guide to the principles of evidence-based practice. I have amended the handbook – with the authors’ permission – so the case-studies and examples used, will be more relevant to a school-based audience. As such, the handbook covers basic questions such as “What is EBP?”, “What counts as evidence?”, “Why do we need EBP?”, “What sources of evidence should be considered?”, “Why do we have to critically appraise evidence?” and “What is the evidence for EBP?”.