The aim of the course is to help participants become better users of scientific research and encourage a fruitful integration of evidence into clinical practice. In order not to fall into the false belief that research and daily practice are two worlds apart, it is necessary to review the role of clinical experience without denying it, but rather trying to understand the limits and traps that can deceive each of us every day. Evidence-Based Practice challenges clinicians to accept a greater complexity of reality and requires each of them to be able to find, evaluate and integrate research results into their daily clinical practice.
The course aims to provide participants with the basic tools for the recognition of the main reasoning errors related to clinical practice in physiotherapy and beyond, for the research, evaluation and integration of information present in the literature in their daily working life and to orient oneself with greater awareness in the sector training panorama.
The course will last 16h divided into 2 days of training where the teachers will alternate theoretical parts with practical exercises. For the practical part of the course it will be necessary that each participant is equipped with a PC or a tablet so that he can carry out the exercises in person.