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Occupational Therapy: How to Read a Paper (by Trisha Greenhalgh)

The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for clinicians, students, and faculty within the discipline of Occupational Therapy.

How to Read a Paper (by Trisha Greenhalgh)

How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence Based Medicine was originally published as a series of 10 articles introducing non-experts to finding medical articles and assessing their value.  It is available in hard copy, as an electronic book, and as an online article series:

  • Greenhalgh, T. (2006). How to read a paper: The basics of evidence based medicine. Malden, MA: BMJ Books/Blackwell Pub.  Library Call Number: MAIN COLLECTION / 3RD FLOOR : W 20.5 G813h 2006

Online links to original article series: How to Read a Paper by Trisha Greenhalgh

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