Volume 29, Number 3 (9-2005)                   Research in Medicine 2005, 29(3): 195-201 | Back to browse issues page


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Critical analysis of studies in medical science. Research in Medicine. 2005; 29 (3) :195-201
URL: http://pejouhesh.sbmu.ac.ir/article-1-20-en.html

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An intellectual critique of researches is a fundamental procedure through which knowledge promotion may be achieved. Different aspects of the subject should be sought. There are several points that made the critique of studies an important activity. These include: student critique, critique in order to process findings, verbal critique following the verbal research presentation, written critique following written research report, critique for the purpose of selecting abstracts, editorial critiques and critique for evaluating research proposals. There are five steps in critique process: comprehension, comparison, analysis, evaluation and conceptual clustering. Qualitative and quantitative critique of researches has different aspects in common. We have explained intellectual critique and its components here. Finally, we have concluded that intellectual critique should be observed in academic education and editorial office of medical journals should devote pages to this issue in their journals.

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Received: 2003/01/3

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