Critical Appraisal Skills Programme: Workshops
You may wish to watch the introductory webinar on this page to learn what to expect from a Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) Workshop and how to get the most out of it. Full details of the trainers and workshops are available on the CASP UK website.
Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP): Making Sense of Results
This workshop is intended to help participants understand and interpret the results and statistics given in quantitative research studies and focuses on making sense of results. It is directed at users of research and will cover:
- Critically appraising a published article
- Examining the statistics used in the article
- Potential biases that could affect the study’s results
Thursday 20th February, 13:30-17:00, Wellington House, London – Room 512S **FULLY BOOKED**
Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP): Systematic Reviews
This workshop aims to give you the confidence to read and interpret the research evidence so you can use it in decision making. The course will concentrate on reading a systematic review and will cover:
- Understanding why systematic reviews are important
- Knowing what makes a systematic review reliable and trustworthy
- Critically appraising a published review article
- Awareness of resources to help you if you are doing a systematic review
Wednesday 26th February 09:30-13:00, Wellington House, London – Room LG26 **FULLY BOOKED**
Thursday 12th March 09:30-13:00, Rivergate, Bristol – Room 302-303
Introduction to CASP: Webinar
The webinar below is a pilot and we would appreciate your feedback.
The webinar has two main objectives:
- An introduction prior to attending a Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) workshop: what to expect and how to get the most out of it
- An introduction to Evidence Based Practice (EBP) and CASP tools relevant to all workshops
Thank you for watching and providing feedback. Any comments are welcome but specifically it would be good to know:
- How well do you feel the content met these objectives?
- Was the technical content pitched at about the right level, too high or low?
- Was the length about right, too long, too short?
- Was the pace OK, too fast, too slow?
- Did the webinar provide information that you will find useful? How? Or why not?
- Was there anything you particularly liked? What?
- How could we make it better?
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