Events Calendar

15 Sep
Using Critical Appraisal to Assess the Rigor of the Prior Research
Event Type

Trainings & Workshops

Topic

Research

Target Audience

Staff, Faculty, Postdocs, Residents & Fellows

Tags

RCR Event, Catalog of Opportunities

University Unit
Clinical and Translational Science Institute
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Using Critical Appraisal to Assess the Rigor of the Prior Research

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSI) Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Center serves as a resource for researchers at the University of Pittsburgh. Our objective is to provide education so that you can learn to effectively recognize and avoid research misconduct and understand the resources that are available to support your research. Click here for more information or to view upcoming workshops.

During the Using Critical Appraisal to Assess the Rigor of the Prior Research workshop on September 15the basics of critically appraising studies, including study design, methods, bias, and confounding will be discussed. This session is part of series on Rigor & Reproducibility. When applying for grants, have you ever wondered how best to meet the NIH requirement to assess the rigor of the prior research in your field? Critical appraisal can help readers determine whether a study's results are valid, what the results are, and whether they are relevant to you. Join us for the follow up session Critical Appraisal Journal Club on September 28. You must register for each session separately.

Presented by Rebekah Miller, MLIS, Health Sciences Library System

(subject matter: data acquisition)

Registration is required. Please register by September 14.

Dial-In Information

Zoom information will be sent after registering.

Wednesday, September 15 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Using Critical Appraisal to Assess the Rigor of the Prior Research

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSI) Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Center serves as a resource for researchers at the University of Pittsburgh. Our objective is to provide education so that you can learn to effectively recognize and avoid research misconduct and understand the resources that are available to support your research. Click here for more information or to view upcoming workshops.

During the Using Critical Appraisal to Assess the Rigor of the Prior Research workshop on September 15the basics of critically appraising studies, including study design, methods, bias, and confounding will be discussed. This session is part of series on Rigor & Reproducibility. When applying for grants, have you ever wondered how best to meet the NIH requirement to assess the rigor of the prior research in your field? Critical appraisal can help readers determine whether a study's results are valid, what the results are, and whether they are relevant to you. Join us for the follow up session Critical Appraisal Journal Club on September 28. You must register for each session separately.

Presented by Rebekah Miller, MLIS, Health Sciences Library System

(subject matter: data acquisition)

Registration is required. Please register by September 14.

Dial-In Information

Zoom information will be sent after registering.

Wednesday, September 15 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Topic

Research

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