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The clinical scenario The patient & problem The key research data needed The search (database & terms) & results
Primary Study STUDY Question Patients: Intervention: Comparison: Outcome: Quality of Study Randomised? Accounted for: Measurement (blinded OR objective?): Overall: Reference:
Systematic Review STUDY Question Patients: Intervention: Comparison: Outcome: Quality of Study Find? Appraised? Synthesised? Overall: Reference:
Key Results & application to patient The Benefits and risks to patient Your Recommendation OutcomesInterventionControlDifference (*) Results: * P < 0.05
Dr Sharon Mickan Centre for Evidence-based Medicine University of Oxford.
Protocol Development. Planning Your Review The Review Protocol –What is the role of the review protocol? –Why is a review protocol necessary? –What information.
Owen Coxall Bodleian Health Care Libraries Finding the best evidence.
Title of presentation By Presenter Greet the audience, introduce yourself and the topic of the presentation.
Narrative Synthesis in Systematic Reviews An ESRC Research Methods Programme project Mark Rodgers Lisa Arai, Nicky Britten, Mark Petticrew, Jennie Popay,
Evidence into Practice: how to read a paper Rob Sneyd (with help from...Andrew F. Smith, Lancaster, UK)
Characteristics of research. Designed to derive generalisable new knowledge.
SEARCHING EVIDENCE THROUGH THE COCHRANE LIBRARY prepared by Literature Searching Team Library, Faculty of Medicine, UGM 2012.
Owen Coxall University of Oxford Bodleian Health Care Libraries Finding the Best Evidence.
Systematic Reviews-intro level Phil Wiffen Director of Training UK Cochrane Centre Editor, Cochrane Collaborative Review Group in Pain, Palliative & Supportive.
Development of a Community SPIRIT ‘The Journey so Far’ Alun E Morgan MPhil Student.
How to practice EBM: Finding the Evidence Owen Coxall, Tatjana Petrinic & Nia Wyn Roberts Bodleian Health Care Libraries.
How to practice EBM: Finding the Evidence Owen Coxall & Nia Wyn Roberts Bodleian Health Care Libraries.
1 NCEPOD Audit Tools Heather Freeth Clinical Researcher.
Title of the journal club (Paper & authors; presenters)
Table of Contents – Part B HINARI Resources –Clinical Evidence –Cochrane Library –EBM Guidelines –BMJ Practice –HINARI EBM Journals.
Literature review: How to search, evaluate, synthesize, and present the evidence.
Sheila Snow-Croft NN/LM SE/A Taken in part from the tutorial developed by Connie Schardt, Duke University Medical Center Library and Jill Mayer, University.
Appraising a diagnostic test study using a critical appraisal checklist Mahilum-Tapay L, et al. New point of care Chlamydia Rapid Test – bridging the gap.
Patient involvement in radiology research: Evidence from a systematic review of outcome measurement in radiology S Mathers* +, G McKenzie*, E Robertson*,
Evidence-based Searching Karen Hutchens & Debbie O’Reilly Winter 2014.
Dr. Yasser Ahmed Abdelrahman Lecturer of anesthesia and intensive care Ain shams university, Faculty of Medicine June, 2012 EVIDENC E BASED MEDICIN E.
Foundations in Evidence Based Practice B71P02. Session Outcomes At the end of this session you will be able to: Define Evidence Based Practice Identify.
DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY & COMMUNITY MEDICINE UP-PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL Introduction to EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE.
Evidence-Based Medicine Prognosis Dr. Sompid Kintarak Department of Stomatology Faculty of Dentistry, Prince of Songkla University.
Chronic disease self management – a systematic review of proactive telephone applications Carly Muller Dean Schillinger Division of General Internal Medicine.
What is a review? An article which looks at a question or subject and seeks to summarise and bring together evidence on a health topic.
1 Critical appraisal of research Sarah Lawson
Information literacy Curriculum integration – an investment in lifelong learning Anne-Marie Haraldstad Library of Medicine and Health Sciences The University.
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