Bridge the Divide: Create Your Connection From Research to Practice

Cynthia M. Chiarello, PT, PhD Editor-in-Chief 

Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy

“Integrating research into how you make clinical decisions requires the assimilation of high-quality suitable evidence as well as strategies for combining this new knowledge with the everyday world of patient care. In today’s demanding health care environment, that may be too much for an individual to undertake. What you need is a forum for discussion where you can air your concerns and exchange ideas. Knowing when and how to implement research is made easier when you can talk it over with other knowledgeable clinicians. Journal clubs might offer a solution.”

We have two amazing virtual journal clubs to introduce to you: 

Read the latest editorial to learn more about how you can connect research to your practice.



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