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What is practice based evidence?

Practice based evidence refers to the use of routine outcomes measurement to provide evidence of what works in real world clinical settings. The term is used in contrast to the term "Evidence Based Practices" which is used to refer to clinical practices that have been validated carefully in controlled clinical trials.

The use of routine outcomes measurement combined with continuous feedback to the clinician of the patient's response to treatment is often referred to as "feedback informed treatment".

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