Established practices may be so familiar that they aren’t questioned. They should be. We consider this here in an area of everyday nursing practice, pressure ulcer management, but hope this will be read in the context of other areas of healthcare.
Tag Archives: Evidence for Everyday Allied Health
Daisy Fancourt explains what can be achieved when evidence meets magic to help children with hemiplegia through the work of Breath Arts Health Research
A blog about our Evidence for Everyday Allied Health tweetchat for allied health professionals on the what, why and how of evidence-based practice
Physiotherapist Anna Lowe looks at the importance of promoting physical activity and how AHPs can contribute to re-shaping the physical activity culture of the NHS
Allied Health Professional and qualitative researcher Fran Toye looks at how qualitative research can allow hidden voices to emerge and improve patient care
Funny physio Elaine Miller looks at how humour has a role to play in disseminating evidence and changing health behaviours
In a blog for our new series Evidence for Everyday Allied Health (#EEAHP), occupational therapist Danny Minnow looks at evidence on interventions to improve upper limb function after stroke.
'Lapsed orthotist' and University of Exeter Medical School researcher Chris Morris looks at the challenges, and importance, of ensuring everyday practice for AHPs is evidence-based
In this blog for our series Evidence for Everyday Allied Health, tweeting physiotherapists Naomi McVey and Helen Owen talk about how social media can help with CPD
Introducing our new series for Allied Health Professionals: Evidence for Everyday Allied Health, which launches today
Take a look at the coming year on Evidently Cochrane