Examine your organization’s commitment to EBP
The purpose of the EBP Self-Assessment Tool is to help professionals and organizations consider the extent to which they embrace the core tenants of EBP and to identify the organization’s strengths and areas to improve. Although it is common to use the phrase “evidence-based practice” to refer to a program, curriculum, intervention, or treatment, for the purpose of the EBP Self-Assessment Tool, EBP is a decision-making process that is informed by three sources: 1) best available research evidence, 2) clinical expertise, and 3) client and family characteristics, values, and preferences. Importantly, in the items below the word “practice” refers to all professional activities of an individual and not a single intervention or program.
How to cite this tool.
Spencer, T. D., & Sellars, T. P. (2017). Evidence-based Practice Self Assessment Tool. Available from www.trinastoolbox.com.