A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in by Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary

By Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary

This booklet deals an alternate, lifelike and functional method of support these in future health and social care severely appraise what they learn and what they see within the workplace.

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If you are not confident using computers then you may find it easier to visit the library in person and access training courses on how to search using databases. One thing to remember is that these databases do change their format or their names on a fairly regular basis. If you are returning to searching after a break, do check with your subject librarian which database is best for your needs. Also, remember that different databases operate slightly differently so do consult the information provided with the database to ensure that you make full use of the searching facility.

Documenting your search strategy It is helpful in all your assignments if you can document how you searched for the best available evidence rather than just relying on readily available information. 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. HOW CAN YOU PLAN AND SEARCH FOR LITERATURE USING SPECIFIC DATABASES? 22/09/2011 15:17 CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE evidence and did not use the first pieces of information that came to hand.

However, it is not always the case that information will be critically appraised by practitioners. Referring back to our discussion of the need to be critical of what you read, see and hear, you therefore need to question what you are told in practice rather than accepting what your practice assessor/mentor or colleague tells or shows you. The examples of the reporting of the Implanon story (Example 1, Chapter 1) and the MMR vaccination story (Example 2, Chapter 1) show how misinformation can easily spread when information is not critically appraised.

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