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Understanding the quality of a quantitative paper

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Understanding the quality of a quantitative paper

Peter Ellis
5 November 2021

In previous papers in this series, we have looked at many of the features of research and the various methodologies and methods used in health and social care research. We have previously considered how one might consider the quality of a piece of qualitative research and what this might mean for informing practice (Ellis, 2018a; 2018b). In this paper, the first in a miniseries, we will start to consider how to critically appraise quantitative research.

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