RSCH 2501 Reading Guidelines Rubenstein, 2007, Benefits vs. Risks, Chiro for Neck Pain

RSCH 2501 Reading Guidelines Rubenstein, 2007, Benefits vs. Risks, Chiro for Neck Pain

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Some guidelines for study and discussion: article assignment for week 10 RSCH 2501, spring quarter 2010 Rubenstein SM, Leboeuf-Yde C, Knol DL, de Koekkoek TE, Pfeifle CE, van Tulder MW. The benefits outweigh the risks for patients undergoing chiropractic care for neck pain: a prospective, multicenter, cohort study. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2007; 30(6): 408-18. General guidelines: Reading the abstract might be a good way to start, but I don’t write quiz questions from abstracts. Read the whole article! Most people tend to read the Results and Conclusions sections of articles and ignore the Methods. Don’t do that – quiz questions will include Methods sections of each article whenever possible. Try to summarize the major points in your mind, so that you can critique them with other classmates on Tuesday. Most quiz questions will mainly be designed to make you look at certain key parts of the article. If you’ve read the article, you’ll be able to find the answers quickly. If you haven’t read the article, things will be much more difficult! Some quiz questions will mainly be designed to make you really dig for the answers, so read the article well . Then read it again. Note the several subheadings within the major headings of “Methods” and Results”. Focus
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RSCH 2501 Reading Guidelines Rubenstein, 2007, Benefits vs. Risks, Chiro for Neck Pain

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