Once you have asked your clinical question, found, and appraised the evidence, it is time to put your findings into practice and the audit the results.
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Whether it is for a school assignment, clinical practice, or a professional publication, you will need to document the evidence you use.
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Evidence Informed Practice (EIP) is an alternate methoud of incorporating evidence into clinical practice. While still valuing evidence, it takes a less rigid approach to how evidence should be applied, placing greater emphasis on incorporating the clinician's experience and the patient's presentation.