Research Methodologies for Practice (e-learning) CPPD
Healthcare practitioners require the skills and knowledge to both critically appraise and generate research evidence in order to evaluate and develop practice and to provide appropriate care.
Healthcare roles also demand the development of skills that enable practitioners to discuss, disseminate and implement research findings in collaboration with colleagues, service users and the wider community.
This module introduces you to the main principles of research in the behavioural and health sciences.
It covers key concepts related to the scientific method and various research designs used in the study of human behaviour, health and illness.
This module aims to:
- Provide you with a knowledge and understanding of research, its methodologies and methods
- Allow you to be critical consumers of research, to be aware of strategies for sharing and implementing findings and to develop practice with colleagues, service users and local communities
- Enable you to be able to plan small scale research activities of your own and to set that research within a wider professional context.
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Entry requirements for BSc Health Sciences (online) programme:
- 120 Level 4 credit points and 120 Level 5 credit points in healthcare-related subjects
Entry requirements for study as a stand-alone module:
- Current registration with a professional and regulatory body (healthcare)
- IELTS: 7.0