Matt Perry
Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 8, Iss. 12, 07 Dec 2016, pp 576 - 577

Evidence based practice largely
owes its rise to a battle fought
within medicine in the 1980s.
The debate at the time was about rise
of protocols derived from research
potentially threatening the ability of
practitioners to make independent
decisions based on experience and
training (Schwalm and Yusuf, 2011).
This article examines the rise of
evidence based practice and draws
out the lessons for contemporary
paramedic practice.

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