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Rehab Research

Chapter 25- Evaluating Evidence One Article at a Time

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What are the elements of a research article? title, abstract, body (introduction, methods, results, discussion, conclusions, and reference sections)
What are the guidelines for discussing published research? 1 discuss the study in the past tense, 2 clearly distinguish between your own opinions and those of the authors, 3 qualify generations so they are not erroneously attributed, 4 justify each position with evidence from the study
What are the two perspectives from which original research should be evaluated? trustworthiness an utility
What do review articles provide? a time-efficient way of remaining up-to-date in areas of importance to their practice
What is the generic evaluation of review articles? 1 assess the clarity of the review question, 2 evaluate the article identification and selection strategies, 3 determine how the authors assess validity of the studies, 4 evaluate the results, 5 evaluate personal utility
Created by: amwilliamson