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Evidence Based Practice

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Ultimately, as a practioner of evidence-based practice, it is important to be able to:

  • Synthesize information from diverse perspectives
  • Question assumptions (both yours and others)
  • Engage in reflective inquiry.

This will then empower you to make informed decisions, solve problems, and actively participate in your community by understanding and critically engaging with the vast array of information that surrounds you.

Want to double-check yourself? Make sure you didn't miss a step? 

Check out the University of Canberra's Self Evaluation Checklist

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