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1. Citation: O’Brien, M.A., Rogers, S., Jamtvedt, G., Oxman, A.D., Odgaard-Jensen, J., Kristoffersen, D.T., Forsetlund, L., Bainbridge, D., Freemantle, N., Davis, D., Haynes, R.B., Harvey, E. (2007). Educational outreach visits: effects on professional practice and health care outcomes. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews4, 1-64. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD000409.pub2
Title: Educational outreach visits: effects on professional practice and health care outcomes
Author(s): O’Brien, M.A.
Rogers, S.
Jamtvedt, G.
Oxman, A.D.
Odgaard-Jensen, J.
Kristoffersen, D.T.
Forsetlund, L.
Bainbridge, D.
Freemantle, N.
Davis, D.A.
Haynes, R.B.
Harvey, E.L.
Year: 2008
Journal/Publication: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Abstract: Educational outreach visits (EOVs) have been defined as a face-to-face visit or educational outreach by a trained health professional.  Previous research by Grimshaw (2004) has reported that EOVs had the highest effects when compared to no interventions for health practitioners.  The primary objective of this review was to evaluate EOVs alone as well as a component of multi-faceted interventions.  Several other factors such as baseline compliance, complexity of behavior, and the number of EOVs, are considered.  51 additional studies were added to this review for a total of 69 included randomized controlled trials (RCT).  This review found that EOVs positively impacted patient care.  Small yet consistent changes were seen in prescription behaviors.
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http://apps.who.int/rhl/reviews/CD000409sp.pdf

Type of Item: Systematic Review/Meta-Analysis
Type of KT Strategy: Educational Outreach/Person to Person TA
Target Group: Healthcare Professional
Evidence Level: 5
Record Updated:2013-07-18
 

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