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Evidence-based teaching: my definition

Posted by on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 in Commentary, Resource.

by Cynthia J. Brame, CFT Associate Director

I’ve been thinking lately about what we mean when we say “evidence-based teaching.” It’s a term I’ve used a lot (e.g., the Evidence-Based Teaching Guides feature of LSE that I co-edit with Kristy Wilson of Marian University), but I didn’t really think about the definition until earlier this year, when I ran into some disagreement about the roles of research support, practitioner expertise, and patient preference in evidence-based clinical practice. I had never really considered that evidence-based medicine and nursing have more elements than simply research support, but some of the original definitions very clearly delineate these elements…[more]


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