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The empirically supported treatment review process begins with explicit, systematic, and thorough procedures for identifying literature that may be relevant to the review question.
Evidence-based, empirically supported, or best practice?
In addition to empirically derived explanations of physiology and disease, healthcare providers must have an appreciation for human meaning derived from philosophy, history, and other branches of the humanities to begin to grasp what lies behind human understandings and experiences of health, disease, and illness.
These empirically supported relationships are aspects of the way in which client and therapist interact, that research has been able to relate favorably to treatment outcome or process.
Data from XcelENTS also provides an empirically based measurement of media relations' effectiveness, reflecting outcomes with individual media outlets and journalists as well as larger trends within the news media as a whole.
However, a recent, empirically motivated argument seems to have convinced many that primary quality theories cannot be sustained.
This book presents an empirically based interventive approach to helping adolescents and families deal with adolescent depression and suicide.
The authors of the article used item and test statistics inappropriately, and then make inaccurate claims that they have demonstrated empirically the "reliability superiority" of "soft-linked items" over "hard-linked items".
Banavar's group "came up with the same tailed distributions that we found empirically," says H.
Initially, she was empirically treated with ceftriaxone and acyclovir for presumptive diagnosis of bacterial meningitis and herpes simplex encephalitis.
Treatment development includes the conceptualization, development, standardization, and/or testing (pilot testing, field studies, or small scale experiments) of a theory-driven, empirically based intervention approach.

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