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Nursing BSN: Research Evaluation: Credibility

Provides guidance on research, evaluation and types of research.

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Credibility 

Principle 1 Authority 
Give qualifications of authors

 

Principle 2

Complementarity
Information to support, not replace

 

Principle 3

Confidentiality
Respect the privacy of site users

 

Principle 4

Attribution
Cite the sources and dates of medical information

 

Principle 5

Justifiability
Justification of claims / balanced and objective claims

 

Principle 6

Transparency
Accessibility, provide valid contact details

 

Principle 7

Financial disclosure
Provide details of funding

 

Principle 8

Advertising
Clearly distinguish advertising from editorial content

 

From:  Health on the Net Foundation

 

 

abstract of scholarly paper 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weycker, D., Li X., Figueredo, J., Barron, R., Tzivelekis, & S. Hagiwara. (2016). Risk of

     chemotherapy-induced febrile neutropenia in cancer patients receiving pefilgrastim

     prophylasxis: Does timing of administration mater? Supportive Care in Cancer, 24(5),

     2309-2316. doi:10.1007/s00520-015-3036-7s00520-015-3036-7

http://link.springer.com.db15.linccweb.org/article/10.1007/s00520-015-3036-7s00520-015-3036-7

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