alexa Cognition

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As a clinically trained audiologist and researcher, I feel that it is important to always provide the best services to my patients and provide the most accurate information for my students. This starts with teaching patients and students to demand evidence based practice. Evidence based practice is a term that has been used over and over in clinical practice. We expect our students and clinicians to apply research to every day clinical decisions in the care of patients in all professions. To be able to apply the most recent and accurate evidence to clinical practice, clinicians must have access to research findings. Many clinicians are not associated with organizations (e.g. universities) that purchase subscriptions to journals; therefore, they must purchase these articles on their own, rely on non-peer reviewed trade journals or rely on the available abstract for the evidence for clinical practice.

Citation: Jorgensen LE (2013) Cognition in Clinical Practice: The Clinician and the Patient. Commun Disord Deaf Stud Hearing Aids 1: e105. doi: 10.4172/2375-4427.1000e105

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