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Medicine: Evaluating Information

Useful books on evaluating journal articles

These recommended books will help you to critically evaluate the journal articles you are reading.

Peer review

Peer review, or refereeing, is the process by which a journal article manuscript undergoes critical evaluation from 2-3 other experts (working in the same field as the original researcher) before the journal editor makes a decision on whether to publish that article. 

You can find out more about peer review from the links below.

What are Scholarly Journals?

Short, and entertaining, video explaining what scholarly/academic journals are.