critical appraisal

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Noun1.critical appraisal - an appraisal based on careful analytical evaluation
appraisal, assessment - the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth
criticism, critique - a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
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For example, on-line support assists students in completing representational tasks such as a concept-map or critical appraisal matrix for their presentation.
For example, Shin and Haynes[9] investigated graduates of medical schools that emphasized problem-based learning and critical appraisal, and compared them to with graduates of a traditional (non-EB, non-critical appraisal) school.
Doing so effectively requires critical appraisal skills to review research and theories.
Looking Backward: A Critical Appraisal of Communitarian Thought, by Derek L.
As before the text is fully intended to provide a critical appraisal of the nature and limitation of available data but primarily to act as an authoritative guide to statistical sources, both official and unofficial that are available.
An American Procession (1984) is a critical appraisal of all the literary greats in American literature from <IR> THOREAU </IR> through <IR> POUND, FAULKNER </IR> , and <IR> HEMINGWAY </IR> .
While praising the study as a "landmark," Scheinman does say the treatment warrants further critical appraisal before being accepted into cardiologists' clinical arsenal.
Lenders will get most of their ULDD requirements satisfied through their Loan Origination Software, and the appraisal portion of the ULDD will come from products like Appraisal Firewall - those that can provide the critical appraisal data elements needed to satisfy ULDD requirements.
NHS Digital requires critical appraisal of the research that underpins healthcare news stories.
Nursing and other specialists from the US and Turkey discuss quantitative and qualitative research, mixed methods research, data analysis, institutional review board procedure, and the critical appraisal process of research; administrative practice in terms of leadership, organizational systems, change, microsystems, macrosystems, mesosystems, quality improvement, historical and future perspectives, and health policy; and clinical practice, including philosophical and theoretical perspectives on inquiry, synthesis projects, translational research in the clinical setting, and dissemination of evidence.
Inspectors were a group of highly professional people who were conciliatory in their approach, respected the autonomy of teachers and ensured that critical appraisal given boosted teachers' morale and self-esteem.
Key features of a systematic review include the creation of an a priori protocol, clear inclusion criteria, a comprehensive and systematic search process, the critical appraisal of studies, and a formal process of data extraction followed by methods to synthesize, or combine, this data (4).

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