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Criminology & Criminal Justice: Evidence-Based

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What does Evidence-based mean?

The term Evidence-based refers to the use of empirical data and information.  Evidence-based practice refers to the use of research findings that are demonstrably effective. Evidence-based publication formats include practice guidelines, meta analyses, systematic reviews, and other kind of publications.

In order to find evidence-based information, there are distinct techniques that will help you find evidence-based scholarship. One way is to search databases that contain only evidence-based information such as guidelines and reviews. Another technique is to conduct searches and then limit to specific publication types that are evidence-based.

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