a) Critically assess the usefulness of the title, abstract, introduction/background/literature review.
b) Critically discuss the appropriateness of the research design used in the study and comment on the way in which it is reported.
c) To what extent are the population being studied, the setting for the research and the intervention (if present) described in sufficient detail to allow replication of the research and generalisation of the results to similar populations?
d) To what extent are sampling, recruitment, and allocation to groups (where required by the chosen method) clearly described and free from bias?
e) Critically discuss the appropriateness of the outcome/study variables and comment on the way in which they are measured.
f) To what extent are the research data appropriately analysed and the results clearly presented? What is the main result?
g) To what extent are the conclusions drawn by the researchers supported by their results?
h) To what extent is the research credible and generalisable to other populations?
i) To what extent are the results clinically important?
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a) Critically assess the usefulness of the title, abstract, introduction/background/literature review.
b) Critically discuss the appropriateness of the research design used in the study and comment on the way in which it is reported.
c) To what extent are the population being studied, the setting for the research and the intervention (if present) described in sufficient detail to allow replication of the research and generalisation of the results to similar populations?
d) To what extent are sampling, recruitment, and allocation to groups (where required by the chosen method) clearly described and free from bias?
e) Critically discuss the appropriateness of the outcome/study variables and comment on the way in which they are measured.
f) To what extent are the research data appropriately analysed and the results clearly presented? What is the main result?
g) To what extent are the conclusions drawn by the researchers supported by their results?
h) To what extent is the research credible and generalisable to other populations?
i) To what extent are the results clinically important?

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