The purpose of evidence based practice that all decisions should be based on research study and physical evidence. It is used in medicine, dentistry and education for example.
The answer to an evidence based question is called 'proof'.
the primary purpose of substantive analytical procedures is to provide evidence as to the validity of an account balance.
It was not based on evidence and experiment. - Alex Learning
This is a very good question, since the jury still seems to be out concerning the basis of evidence-based practice (EBP). Nursing research is a structured method of measuring and evaluating outcomes of various procedures, practices, hypotheses, etc. If one discovers a significant, proven result that can be replicated by others, and this result is "better" than current/customary practice, the new findings may be incorporated into every day practice and is then referred to as EBP. Evidence Based Practice. The evidence is the result(s) of the research. Nursing practice is based on this evidence.
Lena Wong has written: 'Evidence-based practice in audiology' -- subject(s): Therapy, Evidence-Based Medicine, Hearing Disorders
Stephanie Poe has written: 'Johns Hopkins nursing evidence-based practice' -- subject(s): Leadership, Clinical Competence, Translational Research, Evidence-Based Nursing, Organization & administration, Evidence-based nursing
Richard Gross has written: 'Decisions and Evidence in Medical Practice' -- subject(s): Clinical medicine, Decision making, Evidence-Based Medicine 'Psychology'
Evidence based practice now says no you do not need to test inflate the balloon.
As medical research uncovers new evidence, so current working practises must take the new evidence into account. Tested recommended procedures must then be taught and practised.
Your religious faith and practice is evidence in your life by your change in character, personality and everyday lifestyle.