This tutorial is intended for any health care practitioner or student who needs a basic introduction to the principles of Evidence-Based Practice.
Upon completion of this self-paced tutorial, you will be able to:
How to use this Tutorial
We have a PDF file of the tutorial for printing.
This tutorial includes five major units. We recommend that you go through them in sequence. They will give you an overview of the Evidence-Based Practice process as well as give you an opportunity to practice with new cases. The five units are:
Within this tutorial, you have several opportunities to follow links to other Web sites. The external sites open in a new window. Close the second window to return to this tutorial.
We hope this tutorial will be easy to use as well as give you a foundation for the practice of Evidence-Based Practice (EBP). Allow approximately 1 hour to complete the tutorial and 1 practice case.
This tutorial was developed by Connie Schardt (email@example.com), Duke University Medical Center Library and Jill Mayer (Jill_Mayer@unc.edu), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Health Sciences Library. Robert Ladd, HSL at UNC-Chapel Hill, designed the graphics and the user interface. Please contact Connie Schardt (919-660-1124) or Jill Mayer (919-966-0960) if you have difficulties using this program.
Thank you to Sheri Keitz, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, University of Miami Miller School of Practice, and Christopher Klipstein, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill, who served as content evaluators for the original project.
Revised July 2010