In a rigorous discussion of research behind the evolution of the evidence pyramid, council members investigated the importance of the research question in determining research study design.
As council members knew from their inaugural meeting in January 2020, a discussion on a framework for clinical decision-making would include direction on how to proceed with care when there is little or no evidence.
Given the council’s strong support that it is the integration of the three pillars (best available evidence, clinical expertise, and patient preference) that enables good clinical decision-making, council members investigated how to best support the integration of best available evidence in clinical practice.
The Evidence-Based Framework Advisory Council continues its mandate to help create the future of chiropractic care in Ontario by helping the OCA develop a comprehensive understanding and inclusive definition of chiropractic care.
Join us on this journey as this crucial work develops.