Evidence to support change
Understanding the levels of evidence and how to appraise the strength and quality of evidence in a timely way is crucial. These resources may assist with structuring your search and evaluating the quality of the available evidence. Always speak to your librarian or an experienced research colleague if you need more help with this step!
Webinar 2: Critical Appraisal and Systematic Reviews Barbara van der Meij, Mater Health Services
Real world critical appraisal examples
Webinar 3: Accessing information from the academic literature Mr Chris Parker, The Prince Charles Hospital Library
- Research Resource Map (Only available to QH clinicians from a QH computer) - includes information regarding search strategy development, literature review, reference management software (endnote) and other helpful resources to find and understand research evidence
- Tools/Resources to assist you with critical appraisal processes (University of South Australia)
- Asking a Clinical Question (PICO)
- How to use the TRIP database
Champion Guide - Evidence to support a change
This manual will provide a guide of how you can facilitate AH-TRIP training to use the AH-TRIP webinars and training materials. This guide will provide you with discussion points, prompts and concepts for you to consider and pose to your department or team to enhance learning opportunities. Read More > (PDF 366 kB)
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