community-based practice

com·mu·ni·ty-based prac·tice

(CBP) (kŏ-myūn'i-tē-bāst prak'tis)
Provision of skilled therapy services within a client's own home or community, with the requirement that the therapist take into consideration the lifestyle of the client and the cultural and social characteristics of the client's community. Typically such a practice provides expert knowledge that is not otherwise available to the client and ends when the needs calling it into existence have been met.
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The "Green Journal" publishes original clinical research of interest to physicians in internal medicine, both in academia and community-based practice.
Governmental agencies recommend that SON re-evaluate their curriculums and move away from the traditional primary focus on acute and chronic hospital-based instruction to one which includes more team-focused, community-based practice emphasizing policy, technology, and leadership development programs (IOM, 2009, 2010; Kemp, 2003; Korda & Eldridge, 2011).
Older adult care-given the shift in age range of the population of the United States, significant time and emphasis must be allocated to student learning about geriatric care, management of chronic conditions, and community-based practice.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Approximately 16% of 264,697 patients in a community-based practice network had treatment-resistant hypertension in 2007.
Baron, an internist in a five-physician community-based practice in Philadelphia that implemented an EHR in July 2004.
13) A criticism of many RCTs is that as so much attention is needed to reduce potential bias and maximise internal validity, the replication or generalisability of the study to community-based practice is minimalised.
In an era of declining health care resources, such innovative partnerships serve to reduce health disparities and improve access to care while preparing students for community-based practice with at-risk and vulnerable populations.
Called the Family Advocates of Central Massachusetts, ours is a collaboration between South County Pediatrics, a rural community-based practice of the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Legal Assistance Corp.
The challenge of empowerment-oriented community-based practice is to develop functional communities that are dedicated to empowerment and participation and are self-sustaining, financially secure, and have knowledge of additional resource development.
Amorphous authorship in the service of community-based practice has become increasingly prominent in the art world (think of The Land, Rirkrit Tiravanija's collaborative environmental project in Thailand, or Thomas Hirschhorn's library and television studio at Documenta 11), and Ultra-red's methods reflect this trend.
As we wrestle with the problems of life in urban communities, I believe that the essence of Jane Addams' vision of community-based practice is still viable.

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