What makes a journal article successful?
How can you present your hypothesis, study design, statistics, and conclusions in an effective and compelling way?
Take this course, presented by Lori Lyn Price, MAS, to learn the questions you should ask yourself, whether reviewing journal articles or writing your own.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- List the questions you should ask yourself when evaluating a scientific journal article
- Identify the specific, testable hypothesis of the paper
- Identify what type of study design was used
- Evaluate whether the results of the study were affected by bias
- Explain why this study was important, what it added to the literature, or how it changed health practice
- Appraise the compatibility of the conclusions of the study with the study objectives