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"This book is very comprehensive and easy to read despite the complexity of the subject. It provides clear theory illustrated by concrete examples, practical strategies and tools. Information is presented logically. It highlights the importance of an evidence-based practice; it recognizes that EBP requires much work and must overcome same barriers in clinical settings; and provides concrete ways to achieve this. It is a great one-stop resource, useful for students as well as novice and senior therapists. It would be a great asset to any clinical or academic setting."
— Paulette Guitard, Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy
“Together, they (the authors) have produced a helpful book for any allied health professional. Whether you are enrolled in a class or reading the text on your own, this book is very user-friendly because of its consistency across chapters and lack of repetition, despite many authors. I found reading it through cover-to-cover gave me an overview of where the editors were headed, but if I needed information on a particular subject, such as a statistical measure or a database, it was easily accessible and understandable by going directly to a particular chapter.”
— Maggie Fillmore, DPT, PT, FAAOMPT, OCS, ADVANCE for Physical Therapists & PT Assistants
“If you are in need of a better understanding of evidence based decision making, the authors offer pertinent information on interpreting and communicating evidence… Dr. Law and Dr. MacDermid have made a major contribution to the professional literature by offering what could be considered a full course for those who need to better understand evidence-based rehabilitation.”
— Jay Schleichkorn, PhD, PT, Dr. Jay's E-Book Reports