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Evidence-based Practice

8 February 2012

Evidence Based Practice Course delivered by DevonCC with Plymouth University
 
The basic course - Intelligent Client provides an introduction to Evidence Based Practice. It is aimed at road safety professionals and other injury prevention professionals who wish to develop thier skills and knowledge about commissioning services and products.

Key learning points
• Appreciation of Evidence Based Practice and its various benefits
• Knowledge of the variety of evidence available for injury prevention
• Ability to form appropriate questions and find relevant evidence
• Ability to identify and understand a problem
• Ability to form goals, aims and objective
 

Further advanced courses are in development.

For further information please contact poppy.husband@devon.gov.uk

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