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Welsh Anaesthetic Trainees Journal Club

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January 2017

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Other useful websites that may be of interest:

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Trainees with an interest in Perioperative Medicine
ebpom
Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine:contains multiple useful resources in perioperative medicine, as well as links to future meetings and conferences.
prism
PRISM (http://www.prism-ed.com/), produced by Dr Maria Chazapis of SOuRCe has excellent educational resources in quality improvement methodology, including RCOA curriculum linked introductory modules in improvement science.
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The UCL surgical outcomes research centre is a fantastic resource targeted at using measurement to improve quality in perioperative health care. SOuRCe offers a series of fellowships in quality improvement and measurement that can lead to the attainment of a higher research degree.
warren
Welsh Anaesthesia, Audit, Research and Engagement Network: WAAREN is a network setup for anaesthetic trainee doctors in Wales
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The Bottom Line: Summaries of intensive care, emergency medicine and perioperative medicine research
welsh-school
Home of the Welsh School of Anaesthesia – useful information about training

How to critically appraise a scientific paper

There are several resources available to help with critically appraising a scientific paper.

ucl
UCL guide to critical appraisal of a journal article
casp
CASP offers critical appraisal skills training, workshops and tools. These help you read and check health research for trustworthiness, results & relevance.
bmj
Trish Greenhalgh’s series on how to read a paper

Looking for a paper? Some useful journal links………

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anesthesia-analgesia

anesthesiology

bja

bjaeducation

bmj-journal

critical-care-medicine

ijoa

jama

nejm

pain

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