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The Effect of Following Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Pain and Disability Outcomes of Patients With Low Back Pain—A Critically Appraised Topic

Sara J. Golec and Alison R. Valier

Clinical Scenario Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) are one form of evidence used to inform clinical practice and have been developed to aid clinicians in providing optimal care to their patients. 1 Clinical practice guidelines are typically produced to address common illnesses, conditions, or

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Why Is Exercise Underutilized in Clinical Practice Despite Evidence It Is Effective? Lessons in Pragmatism From the Inclusion of Exercise in Guidelines for the Treatment of Depression in the British National Health Service

Panteleimon Ekkekakis

” (p. e513). This recommendation represents a considerable advance over current clinical practice. According to the 2013–2016 wave of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, most adults (57%) in the United States who utilized health care services in the previous year responded negatively

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The Clinical Practice Characteristics, Self-Confidence, and Barriers Related to Treatment Following Concussion Among Athletic Trainers

Nicholas Hattrup, Hayley J. Root, and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

cross sectional research design was utilized. A convenience sample of 5,000 certified ATs was obtained from National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Research Survey Program. Furthermore, as some providers maintain their certification after retiring from clinical practice, if a respondent indicated

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Infrared Thermography—A Novel Tool for Monitoring Fracture Healing: A Critically Appraised Topic With Evidence-Based Recommendations for Clinical Practice

Tristan Castonguay and Geoff Dover

-Based Recommendations for Clinical Practice” We then used the 22-item checklist Strengthening the reporting of observational studies in epidemiology (STROBE) scale to evaluate the quality of the studies and give an appraisal score presented in Table  1 . Table 1 Summary Best Evidence From the Research Articles That

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A Time for Clinical Transformation: Emerging Implications From COVID-19 for Athlete Transition Research and Clinical Practice

J.D. DeFreese, Samuel R. Walton, Avinash Chandran, and Zachary Y. Kerr

implications for both research and clinical practice going forward. Armed with knowledge gained throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers and clinicians in the area of athlete transition have the opportunity to expand research and practice in ways that more comprehensively describe these transition

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The Evidence of Clinical Practice

Edited by Carl G. Mattacola

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Impact of a National Peer-Led Training Program to Increase Brief Physical Activity Advice Given to Patients by Health Care Professionals

Liz Carlin, Maxine E. Whelan, Hayley Musson, and Emma J. Adams

reach and interact with a large number of individuals in the general population, including people with long-term health conditions. With more than 300 million consultations occurring each year in primary care alone, 3 discussing and promoting physical activity during routine clinical practice could be

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Physiology: The Basis of Clinical Practice

Kathleen A. Westphal and John S. Halle

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Empowerment of Athletic Training Students for Clinical Practice

Carlen A. Mulholland and Gloria Green

Edited by Mary Barnum

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The Use of Foot Orthotic Devices in Clinical Practice

Michael G. Dolan