Evidence-based Practice

The basic principles of evidence-based practice are that all practice decisions (e.g., formulating objectives and strategies) made should be based on not only clinical experience, client values and preferences but also research evidence. Evidence-based practice is advocated in a background that there are many practices being “innovated” every day and many of them, however, seem to be re-inventing the wheel. It is important to collect scientific evidence about “what really works”. The credibility of research evidence is reviewed and interpreted before being taken into account in practice decisions. Outcomes of practices are evaluated with proper scientific methods and reported for collective wisdom of best practices.


Building NGO Evidence-based Practice Capacity
Social Impact Assessment (SIA) for Non-governmental Organisations
Evidence-based Practice
Evidence-based Practice and Social Impact Assessment
Social Impact Assessment


Workshop on Reducing Hallucination: Avatar Therapy
Date: December 03, 2013
Seminar on Serving Family Members: Application of Expressed Emotions
Date: December 03, 2013