Evidence-based practice-knowledge, attitude, behavior questionnaire
At the upcoming 2020 EFSHT Congress in Basel Switzerland, a group of speakers has been recruited for the session that focuses on “Knowledge Transfer: Implementation of Evidence Based Practice in the field of Hand Therapy”.As part of this session we would like to present information about “What hand therapists think about evidence based practice”. In order to do so, we would like to survey therapists across Europe to gain insight into therapists’ attitudes and perspectives about evidence based practice. EBP is defined as: using/applying EBP means the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients. That is, looking up, appraising and applying both basic, factual information as well as disease-specific and condition-specific evidence.
You are being invited to participate in a web-based online survey research study. It should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.Your participation in this survey is voluntary. You may refuse to take part in the research or exit the survey at any time without penalty…
Please answer with your true opinions and practices (i.e. Do not tell us what you THINK we want to hear, rather tell us what YOU really believe) and complete all the questions.
You will receive no direct benefits from participating in this research study. However, your responses may help us learn more about evidence based practice knowledge/attitudes/behaviour of hand therapists. We are also planing to send a summary report to the delegates of the member countries to be shared with you.
There are no foreseeable risks involved in participating in this study. Your survey answers will be sent to a link at Google survey where data will be stored in a password protected electronic format. Therefore, your responses will remain anonymous. No one will be able to identify you or your answers, and no one will know whether or not you participated in the study. All responses will be treated in strict confidence and seen only by independent research assistants. All individual identities will be masked and the analysis of the data will be blinded. Only the aggregate results will be published.
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Reference: Arumugam, V., MacDermid, J. C., Walton, D., & Grewal, R. (2018). Attitudes, knowledge and behaviors related to evidence-based practice in health professionals involved in pain management. International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, 16(2), 107-118.
Cigdem Oksuz, Prof. Hacettepe University Health Sciences Faculty Occupational Therapy Department, Turkey.
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