- Interpreting descriptive statistics, risk, odds and probability and internal and external validity
- you need to be able to judge the quality of published health care research in order to make decisions about patient care or service development;
- you are carrying out a literature review or systematic review;
- you are presenting at a journal club.
Notes: Part of our new series of bite-sized sessions focusing on how to understand the evidence.
Previous experience required: the session works equally well as a refresher or introductory session on critical appraisal of quantitative research.
Duration: 75 minutes
Format: presentation with small group work and discussion of examples of published research.
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