Explain how each item on the checklist helps evaluate a study.

    1. Garne, D., Watson, M., Chapman, S., & Byrne, F. (2005). Environmental tobacco smoke research published in the journal Indoor and Built Environmentand associations with the tobacco industry. Lancet, 365(9461), 804–9. Retrieved from http://www.lphi.org/LPHIadmin/uploads/Lancet-%20I+BE.pdf

 

  1. Sclar, E. D., Garau, P., Carolini, G. (2005). The 21st century health challenge of slums and cities. Lancet, 365(9462), 901–3; Retrieved fromhttp://www.unmillenniumproject.org/documents/TheLancetSlums.pdf

Based on your review of the two studies, create a checklist to analyze the quality of research studies.

  • Your checklist should not have more than 20 items. Avoid repetition.
  • Explain how each item on the checklist helps evaluate a study.
  • The checklist should be clearly worded. A person using it should not have to ask for an explanation of any item.
Assignment 2 Grading Criteria Maximum Points
Designed an appropriate checklist to assess the quality of a research study
80
Explained how each item evaluates a study.
80
Clearly worded the checklist.
25
Presented a structured document free of spelling and grammatical errors.
15
Total
200

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