|Special Issue, CASPfest 2001|
Dr Muir Gray handed out book awards this year to
people who had contributed to the development
and dissemination of the CriticalAppraisal Skills
|Management of change
This session introduced people to some of the key factors that underlie and underpin the processes of change and to look at some of the ‘drivers’ of change and some of the ‘resistors’ to it.
Response: “very useful and the next step”
An introduction to our new mini-CASP package for statistics.
Response: “good product which would be a useful part of a training programme”
Showed demonstrations of teaching styles and exercises to encourage audience participation and interactivity.
Response: “I plan to use this in my teaching”
This session explored key concepts for appraising qualitative research and their place in the realism v relativism debate. A useful discussion provided much “food for thought” and contributed to the development of the new qualitative tool.
Response: “important concepts in Qualitative research”
This was used as a chance to introduce the Mini-CASP and Mini-CASP Trainers packs, and for discussions on their development.
Response: “answered the questions I was asking”
Participants experienced some of the interactive and challenging parts of the programme.
Response: “useful strategies on involving users”
|Products available from The Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) are:
|Next years event CASP contact is .|