Welcome to the library course guide for HHPE414.
This guide features key information sources in the fields of athletic training, exercise science, physical therapy, and sports medicine. Additional resources can be found in the Health & Human Performance Subject Guide.
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What is evidence-based medicine? Sackett et al (1996) define EBM as the, "integration of the best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values to make clinical decisions."
Hankemeier, D., Walter, J., Mccarty, C., Newton, E., Walker, S., Pribesh, S., . . . Van Lunen, B. (2013). Use of evidence-based practice among athletic training educators, clinicians, and students, part 1: Perceived importance, knowledge, and confidence. Journal of Athletic Training, 48(3), 394-404.
Mccarty, C., Hankemeier, D., Walter, J., Newton, E., & Van Lunen, B. (2013). Use of evidence-based practice among athletic training educators, clinicians, and students, part 2: Attitudes, beliefs, accessibility, and barriers. Journal of Athletic Training, 48(3), 405-415.
Sackett, D.L., Roseburg, W.M., Gray, J.A., Haynes, R.B., & Richardson, W.S. (1996). Evidence-based medicine: What it is and it isn't. British Medical Journal, 312(7023), 71.
Welch, C., Hankemeier, D., Wyant, A., Hays, D., Pitney, W., & Van Lunen, B. (2014). Future Directions of Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training: Perceived Strategies to Enhance the Use of Evidence-Based Practice. Journal of Athletic Training, 49(2), 234-244.