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Education & Resources

 If you're new to research and wonder about where to start, we've signposted to a few resources that you may find helpful, ranging from general ones like Good Clinical Practice and the Health Research Authority Toolkit, and more specific ones like how to do a systematic review.

Resources: Staff Picks

Critical
Appraisal

CASP checklists for critical appraisal of different types of studies          https://casp-uk.net/casp-tools-checklists/


Oxford Centre for Evidence Based Medicine - Tools and Resources for all your statistical needs https://www.cebm.ox.ac.uk/resources/ebm-tools

GOOD
Clinical
PRACTICE
&
ETHICS

Systematic
REview
Resources

How to do a systematic review - a guide from Cochrane Library

https://training.cochrane.org/handbook/current


Register your Systematic Review here
https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/


Meta-analysis Tool
https://crsu.shinyapps.io/dta_ma/

PATIENT
PUBLIC
INVOLVEMENT

PPI means that research is being carried out WITH or BY members of the public, rather than TO, ABOUT or FOR them. It means active partnership of the patients and members of the public to plan, manage, design and carry out research. It means they no longer 'participate' in research - rather, they are involved as much as you are!

https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/work-we-do/rcpch-and-us

PPI resources for applicants to NIHR Research Programmes

PPI in health and social care research: A handbook for researchers

Videos

Visit our Youtube Channel to see recordings of our educational events

Upcoming Webinar Dates

11/03/2024 09:00

03/06/2024 18:00

09/09/2024 09:00

09/12/2024 09:00

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