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What is the differences between research vs. evidence based practice? AND What is the difference between a research study article vs. a plain journal article? Provide examples. 

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The major difference between research and evidence-based practice, is the fact that research is a presently ongoing scientific activity, that is conducted in order to obtain answers about some scientific issue within the health care field etc. In general, research is conducted using quantitative and or qualitative methodology by which to measure the results ...

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