Recently, the phrase “evidence based pratice” has become ubiquitous. Those three words have appeared in multiple policy documents, government research directives, seeped into clinical and educational settings here, used on radio 4 there as a means to “advocate for the best for patient”. On the face of it, there doesn’t seem much to object to […]

via Towards A Poetics of Evidence… — poiesisofresearch

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