17 November 2022
Date: November 17, 2022
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Every day, physiotherapists seek to incorporate evidence into practice and provide quality, effective physiotherapy care to their patients.
However, adopting evidence into practice is no easy task. There are both individual and contextual factors that influence the uptake of evidence into practice. Luckily, there are strategies that physiotherapists at the point of care can apply to bring themselves and their practices closer to alignment with evidence.
Join this webinar to learn more about common barriers and effective strategies that all physiotherapists can implement to be more evidence-based in their practice.
Dr. Aliki Thomas, OT, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Associate Member, Institute of Health Sciences Education, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, McGill University. Dr. Thomas' research is on education and knowledge translation. She is interested in the development and assessment of advanced clinical competencies including evidence-based practice, clinical reasoning, decision-making and the development of professional expertise. She is involved in research on how to bridge the evidence-to-practice gap where she uses an educational psychology perspective to examine the use of theory in the design and delivery of effective KT interventions. She is also interested in the concept of scholarship of practice and the outcomes of clinical-researcher partnership on clinical practice.Click here to watch the webinar.