By Helen Aveyard
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This will depend on the nature of the risk or potential for harm involved to the patient/client in undertaking or omitting the intervention and the cost involved. indd 32 2/22/13 9:59 AM The consequences and implications of your decisionâ•… 33 In the examples given above, we have identified examples where the decisions to be made have serious implications. If mothers and babies are not appropriately supported in breast feeding, the longer term health of the baby may suffer. If the occupational therapist does not give appropriate advice regarding falls prevention, a patient or client may have a serious accident.
We have described some of the varied decisions you may have to make and the different types of evidence you may draw upon in the examples below: Examples of different decisions Example: If you are a midwife, you might regularly give advice about breast feeding. Some mothers might be struggling to breast feed and you might be tempted to suggest supplementing with bottle feeding as you have heard others do. You need to check the evidence behind this and ensure that you give the best available advice to new mothers and their babies.
We call this type of study a ‘randomized controlled trial’ (RCT). This is because in an RCT there is an intervention group and a control group who do not receive the intervention in question who act as a direct comparison. Unless you have a direct comparison, you cannot really tell if something works or not. Therefore in this case, RCTs are the ‘gold standard’ of evidence you are looking for. However don’t let anyone tell you that RCTs are the ‘gold standard’ of evidence for every information need.
A Beginner's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice in Health and Social Care Second edition by Helen Aveyard