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Role of Research in Evidence Based Practice with Dr. Izzy Moore

September 17, 2019 Season 1 Episode 33
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Role of Research in Evidence Based Practice with Dr. Izzy Moore
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00:06:50
Welcome Dr Izzy Moore
00:09:09
Pros & Cons of Social Media
00:13:25
How many research papers should therapists read per week?
00:17:34
Evidence Based Practice: The Three Legged Stool
00:23:00
How are so many poor quality studies out there?
00:29:40
Who’s funding the study?
00:32:10
How much research out there is free?
00:34:23
Using PubMed
00:43:44
Is research funding affected by friends sharing studies?
00:47:54
Understanding terms like sample size, blinding, p-value, etc.
01:03:19
Sep 22nd 1.30pm (UK): Dr. Derek Griffin: ‘Running Injury Assessment’
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Role of Research in Evidence Based Practice with Dr. Izzy Moore
Sep 17, 2019 Season 1 Episode 33
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Dr, Izzy Moore, highly respected researcher of Running Biomechanics & Injury with multiple published papers, talks with us about the role of research in evidence based practice.
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#Ep.33: 'Role Of Research In Evidence Based Practice' with Dr. Izzy Moore
If you follow running related research, chances are you are already very aware of the work of our special guest. As a hugely respected researcher of Running Biomechanics & Injury with multiple published papers, we are thrilled to bring you an hour with Dr Moore, who talks with us about the role of research in evidence based practice including:

• How research fits into EBP along with Clinical Expertise and Patient Values/Expectations.
• How accessible research is to therapists
• How to distinguish quality research from poor research
• What terms like p-values, effect sizes, blinding, specificity, sensitivity, reliability and validity actually mean!

We are also honoured to have Dr Moore as one of ten speakers at the RCL Running Conference this October 30/31 in Brighton (UK). In fact, Dr Moore is the speaker who the other speakers are most excited to meet and hear!
TICKETS still available:  https://RCL2019.eventbrite.com.

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Welcome Dr Izzy Moore
Pros & Cons of Social Media
How many research papers should therapists read per week?
Evidence Based Practice: The Three Legged Stool
How are so many poor quality studies out there?
Who’s funding the study?
How much research out there is free?
Using PubMed
Is research funding affected by friends sharing studies?
Understanding terms like sample size, blinding, p-value, etc.
Sep 22nd 1.30pm (UK): Dr. Derek Griffin: ‘Running Injury Assessment’
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