By Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary
It is a beginner's advisor to the talents of serious considering, severe writing and demanding appraisal in health and wellbeing and social care, and talks you thru each level of turning into a serious philosopher. each one bankruptcy tackles a unique point of the method and utilizing examples and straightforward language indicates you the way it really is done.
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See if you can locate the date it was written. Who is the target audience? Remember to use the information in this context. It may be pitched for patients/clients rather than for professionals. In general, before you use a website in your academic work, you must assess the quality of the site and whenever possible you should use original sources. Consider whether it is the best evidence available or whether you should use it as a springboard for finding further information/evidence. Citing websites without judging their quality is like telling the marker, ‘I was in a bit of a rush and this is all I could find .
Beginning the search process In most cases, the best way to search is through your academic or professional library, either online via your library’s electronic resources or in person. Without doing this, you are unlikely to access the best available evidence on your topic. Even if you find relevant articles by looking at a recent edition of a journal, you will only be accessing a tiny propor tion of evidence that is available on that particular topic. You will not have accessed information that has been published previously or since.
It cannot be stressed enough how important it is do this. This is necessary even when an expert delivers the conference presentation, since he or she is only presenting a snapshot of their research or ideas. If you only refer to lecture notes in your assignment or use them as evidence for your practice, it implies that you have not been thinking critically or in depth about the subject. It gives the same message as described previously: ‘I was in a rush and did not have time to find evidence related to the lecture’.
A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in health and social care by Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary