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P192 How to Read a Paper Properly

Speakers: Derek RichardsDr Mark-Steven Howe

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Webinar Details

This lunch and learn webinar is the first in the CGDent 'Research and Critical Appraisal of Evidence' series of webinars.

This webinar will provide an introduction into how to critically appraise a research paper. It will look at the major types of study design and the main biases that might affect it's validity. It will also explain the need for critical appraisal of research evidence and introduce appraisal tools.

 

*Please read the following paper before the webinar*

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/odi.13749

Learning Outcomes

Aims

• To be aware of the major types of study design and their relative merits
• To be aware of the main biases that affect study validity
• To be aware of levels of evidence
• To understand the need for critical appraisal of research evidence

 

Objectives

On completion of this webinar you will understand how to critically appraise a research paper.

The Speakers

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Derek Richards

Specialist in Dental Public Health, Director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Dentistry

Derek Richards is a specialist in dental public health, Director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Dentistry and Specialist Advisor to the Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme (SDCEP) Development Team. He is a former editor of the Evidence-Based Dentistry Journal, the chief blogger for the Dental Elf website and a past president of the British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry. He has been involved with a wide range of evidence-based initiatives both nationally and internationally since 1994. Retired from the NHS he is currently a part-time senior lecturer at Dundee Dental School.

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Dr Mark-Steven Howe

Dentist

Mark qualified from Birmingham University in 1988. After 4 years in NHS general practice, he joined the Royal Air Force Dental Branch gaining his Diploma and Membership exams in General Dental Surgery. On leaving the RAF, Mark completed his Fellowship to the Faculty of General Dental Practice and has recently completed an MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare at the University of Oxford.  Mark has been a full-time general dental practitioner and part-time PhD student at Peninsula Dental School, researching restorative risk indices. He is a Fellowship assessor for the College of General Dentistry and examiner at the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.