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Poster presentation describing the collaboration of physical therapy faculty and university librarian in teaching elements of evidence-based practice in Scientific Inquiry 1 in the DPT curriculum. These elements included: Writing a patient-centered clinical question P: Patient/Problem/Population I: Intervention C: Comparison O: Outcome; Developing an effective search strategy; Searching electronic databases for articles. Although the literature contains examples of faculty-librarian collaboration in other disciplines, reports about the collaboration in physical therapy programs are scarce and this collaborative teaching model is unique.
evidence based practice, faculty librarian collaboration, teaching methods, physical therapy students, information literacy
Curriculum and Instruction | Information Literacy | Physical Therapy
Fillyaw, Michael and Dyer, Elizabeth, "Faculty-Librarian Collaboration Teaching Evidence-Based Practice" (2010). Physical Therapy Faculty Posters. 2.
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Poster originally presented at the Annual Conference and Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, MA, 2010:
Fillyaw MJ, Dyer E. Faculty-Librarian Collaboration in Teaching Evidence-based Practice. Annual Conference and Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, MA, 2010. Abstract available at: http://apps.apta.org/Custom/abstracts/pt2010/abstractsPt.cfm?m_id=28450. (Abstract Copyright 2010 American Physical Therapy Association)