Abstract

The purpose of this article is to present activities that can be used to integrate evidence-based practice (EBP) into clinicians’ daily work so that they may be better informed when planning intervention with their clients. The article includes a short history of EBP, a description of an eight-step EBP process taught in an academic setting using a student project as an example, and suggestions for ways in which individual practitioners and occupational therapy managers can promote the implementation of EBP in daily practice.

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