CAP Reviewers need to have 1 year of post-graduation experience and experience reading and critically appraising research literature.
CAP Reviewers receive contact hours for both the CAP reviewer training and participation as a CAP reviewer. These contact hours might count toward state licensure renewal requirements. Contact your state regulatory board to be certain.
Reviewers commit to the project based on their available time and have the important responsibility of providing quality control.
To become a CAP Reviewer, you need to:
- Complete the online CAP Reviewer Application.
- Participate in an online training program
Apply to be a reviewer *
CAPs are at-a-glance summaries of the findings and methods of individual articles.
Before submitting a CAP, please review the CAP Guidelines that provide a step-by-step description of each part of the critical appraisal process. Students submitting CAPs are encouraged to collaborate with a faculty member.
an OASIS profile* to access the CAP worksheet template.
Submit a CAP *