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ID 21635
  Title Educational Research in Action. Training the evidence-based practitioner: University of Western States document on standards and competencies
Journal J Chiropr Educ. 2011 Spring;25(1):30-37
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article

An important goal of chiropractic clinical education should be to teach specific evidence-based practice (EBP) skills to chiropractic students, interns, and doctors. Using a nominal group process, the authors produced a document similar to the Council of Chiropractic Education standards for clinical competencies that can be used to drive an EBP curriculum. Standard texts and journal articles were consulted to create the standards for this program and each standard and corresponding learning objective was discussed in detail and was then graded by the committee in terms of importance and the level of competency that should be attained. Six standards and 31 learning objectives were generated with the learning objectives being further divided into lists of specific competencies. It is the hope of these authors that by sharing this document it can serve as a comprehensive and detailed seed document for other institutions. Standards, Learning Objectives, and Specific Competencies: Appendix (37 p)

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