This popular textbook provides a concise, but comprehensive, overview of health research as an integrated, problem-solving process. It bridges the gap between health research methods and evidence-based clinical practice, making it an essential tool for students embarking on research. Practitioners also benefit from guidance on interpreting the ever-expanding published research in clinical and scientific journals, to ensure their practice is up to date and evidence-based and to help patients understand information obtained online. Uses simple language and demystifies research jargon Covers both quantitative and qualitative research methodology, taking a very practical approach Gives examples directly related to the health sciences Each chapter contains a self-assessment test so that the reader can be sure they know all the important points Provides an extensive glossary for better understanding of the language of research Online interactive self-assessment tests: Multiple choice questions True or false questions Short answer questions Log on to evolve.elsevier.com/Polgar/research and register to access the above assets.Further, some respondents may take a long time to answer this type of question. Or if they do not want to invest the effort, there is a greater chance of refusal to complete some questions. It is easier for the respondent to a#39;tick and flicka#39;. Of courseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Introduction to Research in the Health Sciences|
|Author||:||Stephen Polgar, Shane A. Thomas|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2013-08-22|