Health Research Professional Project Development
Design a comprehensive health research proposal with a detailed delivery timetable and research budget. Provide rationale and value.Include theory and a methodology supported by a literature review. Design instruments to gather and analyse data.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- critically appraise the literature to identify issues in an area related to international health, nursing, midwifery or paramedicine
- formulate appropriate research question(s) and objectives and/or hypotheses
- plan and construct appropriate methodologies to investigate the research question in an area relevant to international health, nursing, midwifery or paramedicine
- appraise the ethical implications of conducting research in different health and cultural settings
- compose a detailed research proposal of a standard deemed adequate at the postgraduate degreework master level.
- Literature review
- Project rationale and value
- Project design
- Objectives and/or hypothesis
- Detailed methodology
- Design of data collection instruments
- Methods of data analyses
- Ethics consideration where relevant
- Detailed timetable
- Research budget as appropriate
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
No special requirements
The work for this subject entails compiling a detailed research proposal including a literature review, study design, objectives and or hypotheses, detailed research methodology and instruments for data gathering, methods of data analyses, research ethics, detailed timetable and research budget.
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- Research statement (15%)
- Research proposal (85%)