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Introduction to Health Services Research : A Self-Study Course

Module 5: Quality Filtering and Evidence-Based Medicine and Health (page 13 of 15)
Introduction | Sampling | Assignment | Assessment | Analysis | Interpretation | Extrapolation

In Summary

With the need for authors to synthesize large amounts of literature to discover the evidence for best practices, the librarian's role in quality filtering is an increasingly important one.

You had a chance to explore what quality filtering is and the value of being able to do quality filtering on the literature successfully.

Keep current with changes in research methods by investigating new articles and sites that cover evidence-based practice and quality filtering.

Before you go to the next module which introduces some of the key types of studies, you can examine the Enrichment Section and review the questions that are likely to be on the quiz for this module.

Quiz

Prepare yourself to take the quiz for this module by reviewing possible questions. Then take the quiz. From the quiz you can apply for the Certificate of Success for Module 1.

Module 5: Quiz 5 [review questions]

If you do not wish to take the quiz for Module 5, move on to Module 6: Basic Components of a Study.

When you have completed the course please take time to give us feedback by filling out the evaluation form for these modules. Thank you.

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