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Title: Evidence Based Practice. How do I know the research is any good? Step 2: How to appraise the literature (Qualitative articles – theory session).
Author: Hall, Wendy A.
Subject Keywords Physical Therapy;Physiotherapy;Occupational Therapy;Evidence Based Practice;Audiocast;Qualitative Research
Issue Date: 2007-02-13
Abstract: How do I know the research is any good? Step 2: How to appraise the literature (Qualitative articles – theory session).
Description: This is a workshop presented by BC RSRnet for British Columbia physiotherapists and occupational therapists on February 8, 2007 and recorded by Eugene Barsky, UBC Physiotherapy Outreach Librarian.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/98

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