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Evidence-based practice in exercise science : the six-step approach. / William E. Amonette, Kirk L. English, William J. Kraemer.

Por: Amonette, William E, 1977- [].
Colaborador(es): English, Kirk L [] | kraemer, William J [].
Tipo de material: TextoTextoEditor: Estados Unidos : Human Kinetics , ©2016Descripción: xiv, 329 páginas : gráficas, tablas ; 27 cm.Tipo de contenido: Tipo de medio: Tipo de portador: ISBN: 9781450434195.Tema(s): EJERCICIO -- ASPECTOS FISIOLOGICOS | FISIOTERAPIA | REHABILITACIÓN MÉDICA | DEPORTES -- ASPECTOS FISIOLOGICOS | ESTADO FÍSICOClasificación CDD: 617.1027
Contenidos parciales:
Part I: Overview and Historical Background of Evidence-Based Practice Chapter 1. The Need for Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science Evidence-Based Practice in Action Defining Evidence-Based Practice Applying Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science Team Approach to Evidence-Based Practice Becoming an Evidence-Based Practitioner Conclusion Chapter 2. The Process of Evidence-Based Practice The Importance of Evidence in Exercise Science Applying the Five Steps of Evidence-Based Practice The Case for Evidence-Based Practice Criticisms of Evidence-Based Practice Conclusion Chapter 3. Philosophy, Science, and Evidence-Based Practice Epistemology Epistemology of Modern Science The Paradigm of Evidence-Based Practice Conclusions Chapter 4. Sources of Evidence Sources of Knowledge Types of Evidence Conclusion Chapter 5. Reading and Interpreting Research Evidence Consumers of Research What is Research? Components of a Research Paper Steps to Critically Reading Research Conclusion Part II: The Six Steps of Evidence-Based Practice Chapter 6. Developing a Question Question Development Areas Types of Questions Components of a Foreground Question Conclusion Chapter 7. Searching for Evidence Searching for Preliminary Information Finding Peer-Reviewed Sources Searching a Research Database Conducting a Secondary Search From Reference Lists Conclusion Chapter 8. Evaluating the Evidence Why is it Important to Rank the Evidence? Critically Appraising the Literature Levels of Evidence Conclusion Chapter 9. Incorporating Evidence into Practice Translating Research Into Practice Deciding When to Act on Evidence The Influence of Evidence Implementing Research-Based Evidence Conclusion Chapter 10. Confirming the Evidence in the Individual Generalizability of Research n-of-1 as a Model for Confirming the Evidence Confirming the Evidence in the Individual in Exercise Science Basic Principles in Testing and Measurement Deciding to Continue or Discontinue an Intervention Collaboration in Evidence-Based Practice Conclusion Chapter 11. Reevaluating the Evidence Prompts to Reevaluate Techniques to Stay Current Conclusion Part III: Case Studies in Evidence-Based Practice Chapter 12. Exercise Prescription Case Study 1: Strength Training and Cycling Case Study 2: Static Stretching and Soccer Case Study 3: ACL Injury Prevention in Female Athletes Case Study 4: Single Versus Multiple Sets for Strength Improvement Case Study 5: Models of Periodization Conclusion Chapter 13. Exercise for Special Populations Case Study 1: Resistance Exercise and Functional Outcomes in Those Who Are Elderly Case Study 2: Exercise and Cancer Cachexia Case Study 3: Exercise and Traumatic Brain Injury Conclusion Chapter 14. Nutrition and Supplementation Case Study 1: Creatine Monohydrate and Cycling Case Study 2: Caffeine, Coffee, and Performance Enhancement Case Study 3: Protein Intake for Endurance Athletes Case Study 4: HMB and Strength–Power Athletes Conclusion Chapter 15. Exercise Devices, Equipment, and Apparel Case Study 1: Chains Case Study 2: Vibration and Muscle Strength and Power Case Study 3: Instability Training and Muscle Strength Case Study 4: Minimalist or Barefoot Running and Running Economy Conclusion Part IV: Integrating Evidence-Based Practice into Exercise Science Chapter 16. Disseminating and Sharing Knowledge Local Discussion and Networking Conferences Formal and Informal Publications Conclusion Chapter 17. The Future of Evidence-based Practice in Exercise Science Ability, Judgment, and Evidence Review of the Rationale for Evidence-Based Practice The Future of Exercise and Science Spreading the Evidence-Based Practice Philosophy Working With Scientists Becoming an Evidence-Based Practitioner Conclusion.
Resumen: Exercise science practitioners have access to mountains of research findings, expert opinions, novel techniques, and program plans via blogs, fitness magazines, conference presentations, and peer-reviewed journals. To facilitate effective practice, practitioners must sift through this information and retain only the best evidence to form a sound base of knowledge. Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science: The Six-Step Approach equips readers with the basic skills and competencies for discerning the value of scientific research. Using a methodical approach, students and professionals will learn to identify appropriate evidence to support novel interventions and avoid counterproductive or dangerous information to eliminate ineffective exercise options. The authors, well-known advocates in the study and application of evidence-based practice in the field of exercise science, take the five-step method of evidence-based practice that has been established in medicine, adapt it specifically for exercise science, and expand it to embrace individuality in exercise training. The content is accessible for students in a variety of courses in exercise science curricula; those seeking certification through professional organizations; and practitioners in the fields of exercise, nutrition, sports medicine, and sport science. This text is an instruction manual in understanding and applying evidence-based practice. The process is divided into six steps that begin with asking a question and then finding, evaluating, implementing, confirming, and re-evaluating the evidence. Readers of Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science will explore these aspects: The philosophy of science and design of scientific studies The use of search tools like PubMed and Google Scholar and how to rank or define the strength of the evidence Practical suggestions for implementing evidence-based practice in the field to better advise and serve athletes, clients, and patients Case studies that demonstrate realistic scenarios of how the evidence-based process may be used in a variety of sport and exercise settings Each chapter opens with chapter objectives that provide a road map for learning, and a chapter conclusion summarizes main points and ensures understanding. The case studies cover topics including exercise prescription; exercise for special populations; nutrition and supplementation; and exercise devices, equipment, and apparel. Each case presents a realistic scenario that an exercise practitioner may experience, presents background information, formulates a question for investigation, describes a search of the literature, discusses the findings, and provides a recommendation for practice based on the best current evidence. Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science is grouped into four sections that assist readers in gaining a better understanding of the evidence-based practice paradigm, learning the step-by-step method, and acquiring experience in the evidence-based approach by working through practical examples using real-world scenarios. Part I offers foundational knowledge of evidence-based practice in exercise sciences. Part II introduces the six-step method of evidence-based practice with chapters that explore each step of the process in depth. Part III presents 16 case studies grouped into chapters by general topics. Part IV concludes the text with chapters on disseminating and sharing knowledge and the future of evidence-based practice in exercise science. By understanding the concepts and process of evidence-based practice, current and future sport, exercise, and health professionals will prescribe individualized programs and treatments that improve athletic performance and lead individuals toward better health. Embracing evidence-based practice will ultimately advance the field and produce optimal outcomes for clients, patients, and athletes.
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Part I: Overview and Historical Background of Evidence-Based Practice
Chapter 1. The Need for Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science
Evidence-Based Practice in Action
Defining Evidence-Based Practice
Applying Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science
Team Approach to Evidence-Based Practice
Becoming an Evidence-Based Practitioner
Conclusion
Chapter 2. The Process of Evidence-Based Practice
The Importance of Evidence in Exercise Science
Applying the Five Steps of Evidence-Based Practice
The Case for Evidence-Based Practice
Criticisms of Evidence-Based Practice
Conclusion
Chapter 3. Philosophy, Science, and Evidence-Based Practice
Epistemology
Epistemology of Modern Science
The Paradigm of Evidence-Based Practice
Conclusions
Chapter 4. Sources of Evidence
Sources of Knowledge
Types of Evidence
Conclusion
Chapter 5. Reading and Interpreting Research Evidence
Consumers of Research
What is Research?
Components of a Research Paper
Steps to Critically Reading Research
Conclusion
Part II: The Six Steps of Evidence-Based Practice
Chapter 6. Developing a Question
Question Development Areas
Types of Questions
Components of a Foreground Question
Conclusion
Chapter 7. Searching for Evidence
Searching for Preliminary Information
Finding Peer-Reviewed Sources
Searching a Research Database
Conducting a Secondary Search From Reference Lists
Conclusion
Chapter 8. Evaluating the Evidence
Why is it Important to Rank the Evidence?
Critically Appraising the Literature
Levels of Evidence
Conclusion
Chapter 9. Incorporating Evidence into Practice
Translating Research Into Practice
Deciding When to Act on Evidence
The Influence of Evidence
Implementing Research-Based Evidence
Conclusion
Chapter 10. Confirming the Evidence in the Individual
Generalizability of Research
n-of-1 as a Model for Confirming the Evidence
Confirming the Evidence in the Individual in Exercise Science
Basic Principles in Testing and Measurement
Deciding to Continue or Discontinue an Intervention
Collaboration in Evidence-Based Practice
Conclusion
Chapter 11. Reevaluating the Evidence
Prompts to Reevaluate
Techniques to Stay Current
Conclusion
Part III: Case Studies in Evidence-Based Practice
Chapter 12. Exercise Prescription
Case Study 1: Strength Training and Cycling
Case Study 2: Static Stretching and Soccer
Case Study 3: ACL Injury Prevention in Female Athletes
Case Study 4: Single Versus Multiple Sets for Strength Improvement
Case Study 5: Models of Periodization
Conclusion
Chapter 13. Exercise for Special Populations
Case Study 1: Resistance Exercise and Functional Outcomes in Those Who Are Elderly
Case Study 2: Exercise and Cancer Cachexia
Case Study 3: Exercise and Traumatic Brain Injury
Conclusion
Chapter 14. Nutrition and Supplementation
Case Study 1: Creatine Monohydrate and Cycling
Case Study 2: Caffeine, Coffee, and Performance Enhancement
Case Study 3: Protein Intake for Endurance Athletes
Case Study 4: HMB and Strength–Power Athletes
Conclusion
Chapter 15. Exercise Devices, Equipment, and Apparel
Case Study 1: Chains
Case Study 2: Vibration and Muscle Strength and Power
Case Study 3: Instability Training and Muscle Strength
Case Study 4: Minimalist or Barefoot Running and Running Economy
Conclusion
Part IV: Integrating Evidence-Based Practice into Exercise Science
Chapter 16. Disseminating and Sharing Knowledge
Local Discussion and Networking
Conferences
Formal and Informal Publications
Conclusion
Chapter 17. The Future of Evidence-based Practice in Exercise Science
Ability, Judgment, and Evidence
Review of the Rationale for Evidence-Based Practice
The Future of Exercise and Science
Spreading the Evidence-Based Practice Philosophy
Working With Scientists
Becoming an Evidence-Based Practitioner
Conclusion.

Exercise science practitioners have access to mountains of research findings, expert opinions, novel techniques, and program plans via blogs, fitness magazines, conference presentations, and peer-reviewed journals. To facilitate effective practice, practitioners must sift through this information and retain only the best evidence to form a sound base of knowledge. Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science: The Six-Step Approach equips readers with the basic skills and competencies for discerning the value of scientific research. Using a methodical approach, students and professionals will learn to identify appropriate evidence to support novel interventions and avoid counterproductive or dangerous information to eliminate ineffective exercise options.

The authors, well-known advocates in the study and application of evidence-based practice in the field of exercise science, take the five-step method of evidence-based practice that has been established in medicine, adapt it specifically for exercise science, and expand it to embrace individuality in exercise training. The content is accessible for students in a variety of courses in exercise science curricula; those seeking certification through professional organizations; and practitioners in the fields of exercise, nutrition, sports medicine, and sport science.

This text is an instruction manual in understanding and applying evidence-based practice. The process is divided into six steps that begin with asking a question and then finding, evaluating, implementing, confirming, and re-evaluating the evidence. Readers of Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science will explore these aspects:
The philosophy of science and design of scientific studies
The use of search tools like PubMed and Google Scholar and how to rank or define the strength of the evidence
Practical suggestions for implementing evidence-based practice in the field to better advise and serve athletes, clients, and patients
Case studies that demonstrate realistic scenarios of how the evidence-based process may be used in a variety of sport and exercise settings
Each chapter opens with chapter objectives that provide a road map for learning, and a chapter conclusion summarizes main points and ensures understanding. The case studies cover topics including exercise prescription; exercise for special populations; nutrition and supplementation; and exercise devices, equipment, and apparel. Each case presents a realistic scenario that an exercise practitioner may experience, presents background information, formulates a question for investigation, describes a search of the literature, discusses the findings, and provides a recommendation for practice based on the best current evidence.

Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science is grouped into four sections that assist readers in gaining a better understanding of the evidence-based practice paradigm, learning the step-by-step method, and acquiring experience in the evidence-based approach by working through practical examples using real-world scenarios. Part I offers foundational knowledge of evidence-based practice in exercise sciences. Part II introduces the six-step method of evidence-based practice with chapters that explore each step of the process in depth. Part III presents 16 case studies grouped into chapters by general topics. Part IV concludes the text with chapters on disseminating and sharing knowledge and the future of evidence-based practice in exercise science.

By understanding the concepts and process of evidence-based practice, current and future sport, exercise, and health professionals will prescribe individualized programs and treatments that improve athletic performance and lead individuals toward better health. Embracing evidence-based practice will ultimately advance the field and produce optimal outcomes for clients, patients, and athletes.


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