105. Written critical appraisal of a public health
Please I want the writer to follow this guide lines
A critical review of a journal article is an evaluation of an article’s strengths,
weaknesses and validity. It is used to inform readers of an article’s value through
explanation, interpretation and analysis. The reviewer must present information that
will allow the reader to make a value judgment about the article.
Good reviews convey the content of the article, the author’s approach to the subject,
and the author’s conclusions; the best reviews avoid a point-by-point listing of
themes in favor of a more integrated approach.
Good reviews place the work in the context of its field and give a sense of the work’s
Good reviews present a balanced analysis of the article’s strengths and weaknesses
and illustrate those points with examples.
Good reviews are written in a clear and lively style. Style is not easy to define, but
the best reviews illustrate that elusive quality which makes their piece both
interesting and engaging. What I want write about is Barriers and enablers to managing obesity in general practice: a practical approach for use in implementation activities. By Stephen Gunther and others. And I want a qualitative methods.
And this the journal I want EBSCOHost Web
And I want a copy of the critical appraisal tool with answer from the useful information below
. Useful resources
Public Health Resource Unit, Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP)
National Advice Service for Researchers
Research methods and resources https://www.york.ac.uk/services/library/subjects/researchmethods.htm
Resources for Methods in Evaluation and Social Research
Choosing a research methodology