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CASP: Where’s the best evidence? 2011

Posted on February 4, 2013 by Jamie Loan

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CASP

An exhaustive list of resources for those who wish to read the summaries, critical appraisals and meta-analyses of primary data and guidelines in clinical medicine. There are also links to some primary research databases such as PubMed. The links and descriptions of databases are clear.

This is a useful start-point for anyone wishing to find what the broad opinion of the medical community is on most issues and, in general, the CASP programme can be relied upon to provide reliable and sensible resources.

Student opinion:

3 out of 5. Useful if you do not know what search engines to use to look for this sort of information.

Link:

Giustini P. Other resources for EBP [Internet]. Vancouver, Canada, CASP-UK; 2011 [cited 4 February 2013]. Available from: https://casp-uk.net/challenges-and-solutions/

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Jamie Loan

Jamie Loan

I am a medical student studying at the University of Edinburgh and am interested in medical education and the clinical neurosciences, especially neurosurgery. View more posts from Jamie

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One Comment on CASP: Where’s the best evidence? 2011

  • Elaine Carson

    interested in critical analysis of studies with elderly and consumption of Fruit and vegetables

    July 28, 2013 at 3:56 pm
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