Answered By: Shazia Arif
Last Updated: 14 Jun, 2024     Views: 29

CASP recommends asking the following questions when critically appraising a qualitative study: 

 

  • What was the selection process and was it appropriate? 

 

  • Were potential ethical issues addressed, such as the potential impact of the researcher on the participants? Has anything been done to limit the effects of this?

 

  • Was the data analysis done using explicit, rigorous, and justified methods?

 

Check out the link below for more info:

CASP - Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (casp-uk.net)

 

You can use the checklists below to critically appraise a qualitative study: