Formulating Answerable Questions: Question Negotiation in Evidence-based Practice
AbstractObjective: This review explores the different question formulation structures proposed in the literature that may be helpful to librarians for conducting the reference interview and for teaching students and clinicians. Method: We present and compare several known question formulation structures identified in the health and social sciences literature. Discussion: Health and social care professionals should be made aware of the plurality of question formulation structures and their applicability to different fields of practice, as well as their utility for different types of questions within a field of practice.
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Kloda, L., & Bartlett, J. C. (2014). Formulating Answerable Questions: Question Negotiation in Evidence-based Practice. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal De l’Association Des bibliothèques De La Santé Du Canada, 34(2), 55–60. https://doi.org/10.5596/c13-019
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