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Introducing evidence based public health practice through a journal club for public health officers in Somaliland

Jibril I. M. Handuleh, Abdirahman A. Sulleiman, Yusuf S. Yusuf, Hayat Mohamed, Daniel Fekadu Wolde-Giorgis
2021 Somali Health Action Journal  
In the process of appraisal, a team member led the discussion using the checklist. The mentees presented their critical appraisal either orally or via a presentation.  ...  The intention of the JC team was to raise awareness of methods for public health literature search, appraising it and applying this knowledge in their daily practices.  ...  Acknowledgments The team acknowledges the technical support of Borama Teaching Hospital and the Somaliland Ministry of Health in endorsing and supporting the supervision of their employees.  ... 
doi:10.36368/shaj.v1i1.256 fatcat:d5tsv4635jhfzfnwlp7diybz5i

Use of research in undergraduate nursing students' theses: A mixed methods study

Anita Nordsteien, May-Elin T. Horntvedt, Jonn Syse
2017 Nurse Education Today  
Asking clinical questions, conducting systematic literature searches and conducting critical appraisal of research findings have been some of the barriers to EBP.  ...  The grades in the upper half of the grading scale increased from 66.7 to 82.1 percent over the period 2013 to 2015, and a correlation was found between grades and critical appraisal skills.  ...  In this study, critical appraisal was evaluated through student's use of checklists and justifications for the selection of literature, for example, with references to the S-pyramid.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2017.06.001 pmid:28646707 fatcat:rxj42blqwveivg7bkaxkg3nfaq

The development of a model for teaching information literacy to nursing students through cross-professional collaboration

Anita Nordsteien, May-Elin Thengs Horntvedt, Nina Therese Holmen
2013 Nordic Journal of Information Literacy in Higher Education  
The aim of the project was to develop a teaching model to improve the nursing students' information searching and critical appraisal skills.  ...  This paper describes experiences from a collaborative project between the nursing educators at the Institute of Nursing Science and the health sciences librarians at Vestfold University College in Norway  ...  Exercises in critical appraisal of scientific papers are included throughout the whole programme.  ... 
doi:10.15845/noril.v5i1.179 fatcat:h4zrdygcpjakhlr7yanpsb53ze

Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine in a Saudi Medical School : A Pilot Study

Eiad A Al-Faris, Hamza M Abdulghani, Norah A Al-Rowais, Nourah Alamro
2007 Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences  
Conclusion It is reassuring to find the students satisfied with the EBM module In view of the students' difficulty in literature searching and lack of practice in other clinical rotations which are going  ...  The aims of this paper were to: i) describe King Saud University (KSU) experience of teaching EBM for medical students ii) explore students' satisfaction with the module, their practice of what was learned  ...  We started to teach EBM, initially, by introducing critical appraisal of a scientific paper in 1992; on two sessions that focus on a checklist to appraise a paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1658-3612(07)70028-8 fatcat:eglnnzierbguveudt5kcvo4jhe

Critical appraisal by reading for medical students--a case study from Pakistan

F F Fikree, D R Marsh
1996 JOURNAL OF PAKISTAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION  
A recommendation from the 1993 World Summit for Medical Education is that medical schools should teach medical students to critically appraise scientific reports.  ...  Doctors read literature to keep abreast of medical advances.  ...  Discussion This preliminary report describes The Aga Khan University 's first attempt to teach the critical appraisal of scientific literature to medical students.  ... 
pmid:8991359 fatcat:hmue62fvn5gxfhkkji3lu4dn7y

Implementing evidence based health skills in practice through higher education

Eva Ekvall-Hansson, Gunilla Carlsson, Agneta Fänge
2014 BMC Health Services Research  
In their evaluations the students express above all that they search and review scientific papers more systematically and critically.  ...  The literature is systematically reviewed and the five papers with the highest evidence are critically appraised and summarized, including a popular science abstract.  ...  In their evaluations the students express above all that they search and review scientific papers more systematically and critically.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6963-14-s2-p38 pmcid:PMC4123146 fatcat:jwbutsjm55abxo3p2td624zmiy

Perceived role of the journal clubs in teaching critical appraisal skills: A survey of surgical trainees in Nigeria

Abdulrasheed Ibrahim, Ahmed Mai, HyacinthN Mbibu, PhilipM Mshelbwala, MalachyE Asuku
2014 Nigerian Journal of Surgery  
the scientific literature.  ...  Residents at the revision course of the West African College of Surgeons in September 2012 evaluated the role of journal clubs in teaching critical appraisal skills using a 17-item questionnaire.  ...  to the resident's specialty, develop critical appraisal skills when reviewing the scientific literature, and apply evidence found in the literature to clinical decisions  ... 
doi:10.4103/1117-6806.137292 pmid:25191095 pmcid:PMC4141447 fatcat:dgrg6twf2nd6jki5mbky4sxc34

Beyond Checklists: A Nursing Informatics Education Strategy for Undergraduate Nursing Students Appraising Health Information on Social Networking Sites (SNS) / Au-delà des listes de vérification : Une stratégie de formation infirmière au numérique pour l'évaluation, par les étudiantes de premier cycle, des informations sur la santé présentes sur les sites des réseaux sociaux (SRS)

Maggie J Theron, Barbara Astle, Duncan Dixon, Anne Redmond
2019 Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière  
The database CINAHL Complete was used to explore academic literature that researched students' abilities to appraise the quality of online health information.  ...  Nursing students are expected to search and use reliable and high-quality evidence as part of their nursing care, and to teach families how to search, find, and appraise evidence from a variety of sources  ... 
doi:10.17483/2368-6669.1174 fatcat:qgfcm4ux3nbs5hlhnmizp37k4y

Evidence-Based Management and the Trustworthiness of Our Cumulative Scientific Knowledge: Implications for Teaching, Research, and Practice

Sven Kepes, Andrew A. Bennett, Michael A. McDaniel
2014 Academy of Management Learning & Education  
We close with recommendations for improving the trustworthiness of our literature to enhance teaching and practice from an evidence-based perspective.  ...  Next, we review the implications of untrustworthy cumulative knowledge, focusing on how educators can critically assess evidence and teach this process in the classroom.  ...  emphasis on the teaching of EBMgt and thus the use of critically appraised evidence in our classrooms.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amle.2013.0193 fatcat:2aanbbvnm5hjtee5redbm5oxom

Baccalaureate nursing students' experiences with high-fidelity simulation: protocol for a qualitative systematic review

Yuxuan Zhu, Cong Geng, Xianbo Pei, Xiaoli Chen
2020 BMJ Open  
The two independent reviewers will use the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Critical Appraisal Checklist for Qualitative Research to assess the methodological validity, following which the JBI standardised  ...  Synthesis of the existing evidence of baccalaureate nursing students' experiences with HFS is crucial for the improvement and revision of simulation design and teaching.  ...  Assessment of methodological quality The methodology of the selected studies will be screened and assessed by two independent reviewers (YZ and CG), using the JBI's instrument of Critical Appraisal Checklist  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-040171 pmid:33293391 pmcid:PMC7725085 fatcat:kybnzjnjszb7vnddksxup34dtq

The journal club and its practices

Md. Abdul Wohab Khan
2013 Anwer Khan Modern Medical College Journal  
Albeit the results of the study are seen as valid, there might be a discussion of how useful the results are and if these results might lead to new research or to new applications.  ...  It can be student centered, problem oriented and relevant to the learners' recent experiences or long term goal. 5, 9  ...  Introduction A journal club is a group of individuals who meet regularly to critically evaluate recent articles in scientific literature.  ... 
doi:10.3329/akmmcj.v4i2.16942 fatcat:ys6pwmodhjaaldiwtn2p2dbc7y

Teaching skills for accessing and interpreting information from systematic reviews/meta-analyses, practice guidelines, and the Internet

F M Wolf, J G Miller, L D Gruppen, W D Ensminger
1997 Proceedings : a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association. AMIA Fall Symposium  
medical students how to critically appraise information from a variety of sources and evaluate it's applicability to patient care.  ...  Small groups of senior medical students under the direction of a multidisciplinary team (behavioral scientist, information specialist, physician) facilitate discussions of clinical articles using checklists  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by the National Institutes of Health Fogerty International Center, Grant number NIH 1 F06TW 02123-01. E-mail: wolf@u.washington.edu  ... 
pmid:9357708 pmcid:PMC2233330 fatcat:mosnt6j5sbazrgemlx3yupsaem

Effects of School-Based Educational Interventions for Enhancing Adolescents Abilities in Critical Appraisal of Health Claims: A Systematic Review

Lena V. Nordheim, Malene W. Gundersen, Birgitte Espehaug, Øystein Guttersrud, Signe Flottorp, Xu-jie Zhou
2016 PLoS ONE  
The plethora of conflicting, pseudo-scientific, and often misleading health claims in popular media makes critical appraisal of health claims an essential ability.  ...  grey literature.  ...  We would also like to thank Donna Ciliska at McMaster University, Canada, for her useful input during the revision of the manuscript, and the study authors who kindly provided additional information on  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161485 pmid:27557129 pmcid:PMC4996462 fatcat:yvmustol2fe33l3skj5qjidy7y

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Pablo A. Joo, Todd Cassese, Howard M. Steinman, Martin N. Penn, William Burton, Hai Jung H. Rhim, Joshua D. Nosanchuk
2020 Academic Medicine  
Learn to review and critically appraise medical literature. Apply evidence-based practice, and follow best practice guidelines when appropriate.  ...  Use knowledge of science and the scientific method to characterize Serve patients and families in their own communities, whether locally, nationally or abroad. • Clinical performance rating/ checklist  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0000000000003422 pmid:33626713 fatcat:p6umn6w6yrdx3kcd2gis2x23nu

Teaching critical appraisal of drug promotional brochures on ability of medical students to identify violations of existing WHO Guidelines

HASINA SAYYAD
2017 IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences  
There is a need to train undergraduate medical students on critical appraisal of drug advertisement that would be useful for future rational drug use in clinical practice.  ...  CONCLUSION: Current study shows that ability of medical students and interns to critically appraise the promotional literature is not up to the mark.  ...  Teaching critical appraisal of drug promotional brochures on ability of medical students to...  ... 
doi:10.9790/0853-1602014348 fatcat:zck6nzyh3fgvtmeyq7pdcgfjcy
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