Understanding Health Research has been developed for a general audience, meaning that we want a very broad range of people to find the tool useful.
You might be a student appraising research for the first time. You might be a patient interested in your own health choices or a carer helping a loved one. You might be a health professional or a charity worker trying to make decisions based on the best evidence. You might be a researcher trying to appraise research using a methods that you are unfamiliar, or even checking the quality of your own paper before submitting it to a journal.
Whatever your reason, if you are interested in better understanding health research, this tool was made for you. If you have any feedback on how the tool works for you, and how it could be improved, please contact us.close