Evidence-Supported Practices & Policies on Trauma

Policymakers and practitioners are often faced with deciding between different options. Scientific evidence is an important criteria for making policy and resource allocation decisions. Even when answers are incomplete, the best course of action is generally to use what we do know while we are gathering additional information.


This policy brief explains why evidence-supported practice requires the integration of the current best available evidence with individual practitioner expertise and the values and preferences of service recipients.


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