This unit of study introduces students to common research methods in human health. Research is critical for the delivery of evidence-based healthcare. Students will be undertaking a brief literature review, collecting interview and survey data, conducting and presenting qualitative or quantitative data analysis, and interpreting and designing research. Students will also think about identifying research questions, research ethics, collaboration in research, and research implementation.
|Academic unit||Health Sciences|
|BACH2140 or HSBH1007 or HSBH2007|
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