Measuring, clarifying and promoting practitioner-related factors that improve clinical practice: Resetting the focus of evidence-based practice in psychology

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Shanley, Dianne
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Zimmer-Gembeck, Melanie
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2024-03-01
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Evidence-based practice in psychology (EBPP) is the integration of the best available research with clinical expertise and patient characteristics, culture, and preferences (APA Presidential Task Force, 2006). EBPP is a decision-making model for mental health practice. At its core, EBPP has the goal of assisting practitioners to provide the highest quality service and achieve the best clinical outcomes for the most people. However, confusion around what constitutes EBPP and lack of implementation continue to act as barriers to the use of EBPP amongst practitioners (Graybeal, 2014). Novel approaches to dissemination and implementation are needed to gain momentum towards increased EBPP use in psychology. This dissertation includes two studies that together measured and clarified the practitioner-related factors that could increase use of EBPP. [...]

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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School of Applied Psychology
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evidence-based practice
competence
modular treatment
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