The aim of this course is to provide you with understanding and skills in research to enable you to access and critically appraise evidence relevant to your particular field, as well as to plan a research study or service evaluation.
This course has been designed to meet the needs of clinical practitioners across the non-medical workforce and students pursuing qualifications in public health, health policy and health management. The course design and structure ensures there is a focus throughout on the applicability of the course content and materials to the varied clinical practice of the health professional workforce.
Who is it for?
This course has been designed to meet the needs of clinical practitioners across the medical and non-medical workforce, as well as students pursuing qualifications in public health, health policy, advanced clinical practice and health management.
This course is delivered in Autumn and Spring terms, over 5 weeks, with taught sessions delivered on one day (Mondays, typically 10.00-17.00) each week.
This course provides you with basic research skills to enable you to access the evidence base and perform entry-level statistics.
This course may be undertaken as part of the School of Health Sciences Masters programmes, or as a CPD course worth 30 CPD hours.
This course is worth 15 credits toward eligible programmes.