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  2. Key Texts: 4 items
    1. A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in health and social care - Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary Woolliams, dawsonera 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    2. How to read a paper: the basics of evidence-based medicine - Trisha Greenhalgh, dawsonera 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  3. Session 1 Evidence Based Practice 11 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. Evidence based medicine: a movement in crisis? - T. Greenhalgh, J. Howick, N. Maskrey 13/06/2014

        Article 

      2. Chapters 1 & 2 A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in health and social care - Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary Woolliams, dawsonera 2011 (electronic resource)

        Chapter 

    2. Advised 5 items
      1. These websites are organisations working in the field of evidence based medicine. You may find them interesting and useful to explore:

    3. Articles for Formative Task 1 3 items
  4. Sessions 2-4 Writing a Literature Review 12 items
    1. Essential 3 items
    2. Advised 7 items
      1. Systematic reviews: CRD's guidance for undertaking reviews in health care - University of York, NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination 2009

        Document 

      2. Cochrane | Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.

        Website Supplementary Cochrane reviews, as they are known, are held in very high esteem. This website is worth an explore to find out more about them.

      3. PRISMA

        Webpage  This website has some useful flow diagams that will help you structure the flow diagram for your literature review.

    3. For more information on PICO 1 item
    4. For more information about SPICE 1 item
  5. Sessions 5 and 9 Critical Appraisal 9 items
    1. Essential 4 items
    2. Advised 5 items
      1. Users' Guide To Detecting Misleading Claims In Clinical Research Reports - Victor M. Montori, Roman Jaeschke, Holger J. Schünemann, Mohit Bhandari 2004

        Article 

      2. In order to critically appraise research papers it is useful to use critical appraisal tools. You will be introduced to some of these during class time however there are different ones available. The two websites below have links to many of them so have an explore if you are finding the current tools unhelpful or unclear.

  6. Session 7 Quantitative Research 14 items
    1. Essential 4 items
      1. Chapter 5 How to read a paper: the basics of evidence-based medicine - Trisha Greenhalgh, dawsonera 2010 (electronic resource)

        Chapter 

      2. Chapters 2-4 Health research methodology: a guide for training in research methods - World Health Organisation and Regional Office for the Western Pacific 2001

        Document 

      3. The impact of telephone versus e-mail therapist guidance on treatment outcomes, therapeutic alliance and treatment engagement in Internet-delivered CBT for depression: A randomised pilot trial - Philip Lindner, Elinor Linderot Olsson, Amanda Johnsson, Mats Dahlin 10/2014

        Article  This is the paper that we will be appraising in class. You need to read this and attempt to complete the relevant critical apprisal tool from the NICE appendices (see reading list for sessions 5-9).

    2. Advised 10 items
      1. If you are finding it difficult to identify the type of research study you are reading about you may find this flow chart helpful:

      2. Appendix E Methods for the development of NICE public health guidance (third edition) - NICE National Institute for Health and Care Excellence 2012

        Chapter  This is very useful for working out the type of research study you are reading about.

      3. If you are struggling to get to grips with the basic concepts of quantitative research you may also find it useful to read the relevant sections from:

      4. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2012

        Book 

      5. Research methods for nursing and healthcare - John Maltby, dawsonera 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book 

  7. Session 8 Qualitative Research 8 items
    1. Essential 4 items
      1. Chapter 12 How to read a paper: the basics of evidence-based medicine - Trisha Greenhalgh, dawsonera 2010 (electronic resource)

        Chapter 

      2. Deservingness and Gratitude in the Context of Heart Transplantation - G. M. O'Brien, N. Donaghue, I. Walker, C. A. Wood 01/12/2014

        Article  This is the paper that we will appriase in Session 8. Read it before the class and attempt to complete the relevant NICE critical appriasal tool (see reading list for sessions 5-9).

    2. Advised 4 items
      1. If you are still struggling with the more basic principles of qualitative research have a look at the qualitative methods chapters in Bryman (2012) and Maltby et al. (2010). The links are provided at the bottom of the session 7 list above.

  8. Session 10 Ethics 5 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Chapter 10 Health research methodology: a guide for training in research methods - World Health Organisation and Regional Office for the Western Pacific 2001

        Document 

    2. Advised 3 items
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