Evidence-based practice (EBP) focuses on using current evidence derived from clinical research studies and analysis, in combination with a practitioner's ownexperience and judgement. It's a three-part approach called the three-legged stool of EBP. The three legs are clinical research, clinical experience, and the patient's preferences.
Clinical research can usually be found in peer-reviewed sources, such as peer-reviewed journal databases.
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