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How to Read a Paper

20/01/20

East Dorset Library and Knowledge Service

Library, Education Centre. Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals

3:00pm - 4:00pm

This Session, How to Read a Paper for Beginners, will cover:
•        What critical appraisal is and why it is important
•        Differentiating between different types of study
•        Different types of bias
•        The basics of statistical results
•        finding and using checklists for critical appraisal
•        Applying what you have learnt to everyday practice

•        The importance of critical appraisal 
•        The different types of studies
•        Types of Bias
•        The basics of statistical results

NHS bodies, their staff, learners, patients and the public use the right knowledge and evidence, 
at the right time, in the right place, enabling high quality decision-making, learning, 
research and innovation to achieve excellent healthcare and health improvement.
This skills session has no organisation restrictions
This skills session has no job role restrictions