Evidence Informed Health Practice
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- 29 May 2023
- 27 Nov 2023
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- investigate the role of evidence informed practice and its relevance to the varying health science disciplines
- compare different methodologies and explain how they address different types of research questions
- explain concepts related to measurement
- perform and interpret descriptive and inferential statistical analysis
- Please refer to Subject Outline
Applicants must be over the age of 16.
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The role of empirical evidence in making decisions in health practice. Introduction to different types of research methodologies; measurement; observation; data collection; research ethics; bio-statistical analysis; strategies to understand, question and evaluate evidence
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- Written assignment: critical review of research paper (40%)
- e-Test (20%)
- Critical appraisal qualitative study (40%)
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