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Critical appraisal of research publications

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Craig Payne, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    I wrote and published this in our state association newsletter many years ago. It was a compliation from many sources (and I apologise as I no linger have the refs for those sources) as well as a little of my experience in reviewing manuscripts prior to publication. I use it as a framework to review research. Hope someone finds it of use (I have also attached it as a .pdf).
     

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  2. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Me thinks Craig has been watching the old episodes of the English farce with the English spy and a poor french policeman's accent?

    "It was a compliation from many sources (and I apologise as I no linger have the refs for those sources).

    Thanks for the info

    Cheers
    Ian
     
  3. Bruce Williams

    Bruce Williams Well-Known Member

    Thanks Craig! Invaluable outline and will help us all.

    I will be about 1/2 way to you this next week while in Hawaii for the APMA conference.

    I'll have Simon Barthold give you a G'Day from me!

    Cheers!
    Bruce
     
  4. Craig Payne

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    I can't recall when I posted this, but it was either at 2.00AM (watching the Tour de France) or earlier when one of the Arena'ettes was sick on me .... so typo's happen.
     
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  6. Adrian Misseri

    Adrian Misseri Active Member

    Craig, whenyou are critically appraising a piece, do you have a published critical appraisal tool that you prefer, such as PEDro or MINORS?
     
  7. Craig Payne

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    Actually, the title of this thread is probably misleading ... I use any number of documents (eg PEDro) for a critical appraisal (and have no real preference and what I could end up doing is a mismatch of many) ...what I posted above is somewhat different in that what I developed is more for the pre-publication review of a manuscript.
     
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    Picked this up from Diabetologia:
    What does an Editor look for?
     
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