Teamwise: using research evidence, a practical guide for teams (Tools)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: 2005
Author: Atherton C, Barratt M, Hodson R

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.

These tools accompany the Teamwise resource pack on using research evidence.

Teamwise: using research evidence, a practical guide for teams (Tools)

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  • Critical decision-making
  • What do we mean by evidence?
  • Where do I stand?
  • Are you a critical thinker?
  • Evaluating arguments
  • Research tracking
  • Choosing a topic to focus on
  • Force Field Analysis
  • Personal audit: where are you now with evidence-informed practice?
  • Sources of support
  • Readiness for learning in a team
  • Team Audit: where is your team now with evidence-informed practice?
  • Alternative ways of working with evidence in teams
  • Feeling your way forward
  • Involving service users
  • Better outcomes
  • Example action plan
  • Thinking about monitoring and evaluating the use of research evidence (‘the project’)
  • Teamwork: lessons from geese
  • Teamwork stages questionnaire
  • Teamworking self-assessment: the 24/7 model