Course: KIN 601. Advanced Evidence-Based Practice in Kinesiology (3)
Prerequisite: Acceptance into Kinesiology M.S. program or consent of instructor. This course focuses on the process of evidence-based practice, which involves the explicit incorporation of evidence from three sources: research evidence, practitioner knowledge and experience, and patient/client preferences. Students will develop advanced skills to effectively formulate a clinical question and then search for, critically appraise, and apply research evidence in decision making for clinical practice. Students will learn to think critically about how evidence is applied in Kinesiology and promote evidence-based decision making for future self-directed learning.