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Evidence-Based Practice: Appraise

Questions to Ask

When appraising the evidence that was found, ask these basic questions about your evidence:

1. What are the results?

2. Are the results valid?

3. Are the results applicable?

  • How useful or relevant is this to my clinical practice?
  • What will be the costs to apply the evidence?

Readings: Journal Article Series

Evidence Grading

Guides and Standards to Report Research

The following standards are intended to help researchers and authors give accurate and complete of reports of their studies.

Readings: Selected Books at UH Manoa Library

Web Resources

The resources below are unrestricted.

Need More Help?

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