Research Methods (SNM663)
Who is it for?
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals who wish to develop their research skills and understanding
What is it about?
This unit explores the principles and practice of research and its application in the health care context. It will look at the research process from initial question or idea through to presentation of findings and will look at qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methodologies.
Overview of content
How does it enhance practice?
Modern health care professionals including nurses and midwives required to have an ability to understand the research process. They should be able to read, understand, and critique research reports, and contribute to, where possible, the body of body of knowledge relevant to their area of practice. Such knowledge is essential for advance practice and to achieve the best possible outcomes for service users. This unit aims to facilitate development of such knowledge and skills.
Mode of assessment
The assessment for this unit is the development of a research proposal
Links to professional/academic award
Post Graduate (level 7) 15 credits
12 weeks (during term time) – Online – Distance learning
Start Date: 4 February 2019
Application and Funding
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Programme Lead/Contact Name
Dr Parveen Ali
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