The following questions should be answered during the presentation, use the article above for main reference.
A) Why did the scientists perform the study (i.e. brief description of background)?
Specify any possible connection between the exposure and the disease.
B) What was the hypothesis (or hypotheses) under investigation?
C) What were the major techniques used in the study?
D) What were the major results, did they support or negate the hypothesis, and do they point to further/future studies?
E) Why did you choose this particular article to review? Was it interesting, informative, clearly written, or none of the above? All credit will be given for your honest opinions.
The peer review should also include the following components:
1. A synopsis of the article (Introduction/Methods/Results/Discussion)
2. A discussion of the article’s strengths and limitations
3. The article’s public health implications.