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IHW 305: Approaches to Care: Systems of Medicine: Evidence Models

Johns Hopkins EBP Model

Description of the Johns Hopkins EBP Model, for accessibility:

A triangle is in the middle, with the three sides labeled Practice - Education - Research. Internal Factors, i.e., the attributes of the health professional's workplace, are listed next to the Practice side: Culture, Environment, Equipment/Supplies, Staffing, Standards. External Factors, i.e., the aspects of the health professional's work environment over which they have less control, are listed next to the Education side: Accreditation, Legislation, Quality Measures, Regulations, and Standards.

The base of the triangle is labeled "Research" and within the triangle are two halves of a circle. One half lists Research resource types: Experimental, Quasi-experimental, Non-Experimental, and Qualitative. The other half lists Non-Research resource types: Clinical Practice Guidelines, Expert Opinion, Organizational Experience, Clinical Expertise, and Consumer Preferences. | 503.943.7111 or 800.841.8261 | 5000 N. Willamette Blvd., Portland, OR 97203-5798
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