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JBI series paper 1: Introducing JBI and the JBI Model of EHBC

      Highlights

      • Overview of JBI.
      • Overview of JBI Model of Evidence Based Healthcare.
      • Overview of component parts of the Model.
      • Situates the JBI Model within the Evidence Ecosystem.

      Abstract

      Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is an international research organization and collaborative network hosted in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University Of Adelaide, South Australia. Now in its 25th year of activity, JBI is concerned with improving health outcomes in communities globally by promoting and supporting the use of the best available evidence to inform decision making in health policy and practice. The JBI Model of Evidence Based Healthcare, developed in the early 2000s, represents an articulation of the evidence ecosystem and the pragmatic approach required to navigate the complexity of health systems globally to improve health outcomes. The programs of JBI are aligned with the JBI Model and are representative of the supportive structures that facilitate the pragmatic realization of each of the elements of evidence based healthcare.

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