BMJ How to read a paper. A series of papers on how to read and critique different types of research articles.
BMJ Statistical notes series. A series of explanatory notes on interpreting statistics in medical research. Topics include validating scales, correlation, probabilities, bootstrap resampling and many more. To access full text, go to Find an article for your institution at the library webpage, then enter 'Statistics notes'.
University of Nottingham - making sense of the numbers (AudioVisual series)
Catalogue of bias - descriptions of biases that can affect studies and strategies to prevent bias occurring. Supported by Oxford CEBM
Critically Appraising for Antiracism - Identifying racial bias in published research. Website with resources on critical appraisal for racial bias.
Assessing the quality of health research from an Indigenous perspective: the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander quality appraisal tool - Harfield et al. BMC Med Res Methodol 20, 79 (2020)
How to Use the Evidence. Handbook on how to use research evidence when preparing clinical guidelines (PDF). National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia).