CEBIS Specialists enjoy working closely with clinical teams to embed the use of research evidence in day-to-day practice, supporting evidence-based learning, and improving patient care.
- facilitate Evidence in Practice Group discussions, to discuss and appraise the evidence in relation to a clinical query and make a decision on how to proceed.
- attend clinics, ward rounds, MDTs or other clinical meetings to identify queries and provide the evidence to support decision making.
- support teaching sessions, including journal clubs, to make them more evidence-based and develop skills such as critical appraisal and literature searching.
Overview of CEBIS Impact Survey – 85 respondents between 19/4/2017 and 5/9/2018 (approx. 33% response rate overall)
|decision making and evidence-based practice?||87.06%|
|patient experience, patient-centred care, or health care?||82.35%|
|quality of care, innovation and service development?||88.24%|
|research, learning or continuing professional development?||88.24%|
|efficiency, financial management, safety or risk?||80.00%|