EPIDEMIOLOGY IN PUBLIC HEALTH
Class, there is sometimes confusion about how to complete this assignment. Below are some tips that I hope you find useful.
The Critical Eye Assignment is an assignment called Eye on Research in Epidemiology. This assignment includes an example of how you critique an article. The article by Lane et al. called: Commentary on Analyzing “Promising New drug“, and my critique is provided.
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To complete the assignment, read this article by Lane et al. and the example of how I critiqued it.This is an example for you, to help you understand how to complete your critique of the paper “Jogging may be good for your bones“. Following my example, critique this article using the guiding questions — be sure you have addressed each of them fully. Your critique of this paper is the graded assignment. Please do not critique the Lane et al. article about the drug !
This an Epidemiology in Public Health Assignment
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Before beginning this activity, review the faculty notes and readings in the text.
For this activity, you will need to follow the instructions in the PDF entitled, Critical Eye on Research. In it, you will see that you need to read two articles (listed and linked below) and access a commentary on analyzing the first article (also linked below).
Tanezumab for the Treatment of Pain [PDF file size 645 KB]
Commentary on Analyzing “Promising New Drug…” [PDF file size 113 KB]
Jogging May Be Good for Your Bones [PDF file size 69.6 KB]
Complete the activity according to the instructions listed in Eye on Research in Epidemiology [PDF file size 122 KB]. You will submit a Word document to the dropbox for this activity.
This activity will be evaluated using the School of Health Sciences individual assignment rubric Written Assignment Rubric.