Training Program Title
Evaluating Medical Journal Articles
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Scientific Concepts and Research Design
List the question you should ask when evaluating a journal article Identify the specific, testable hypotheses of the study Identify the study design Determine how the data were collected Evaluate whether the results were affected by bias or confounding Explain why the study was important, what it added to the literature, and how it changed practice Interpret the results and conclusions in light of the existing literature.