This module will build on your knowledge and skills from the Research Methods module, allowing you to carry out and disseminate your project. This will be supported through a series of supervision seminars and directed and self-directed learning.
Aims and Objectives
Having successfully completed this module you will be able to:
- Interpret results, synthesising ideas to generate solutions and evaluate clinical relevance.
- Critically evaluate the process of inquiry with respect to trustworthiness of the results by identifying strengths and limitations of the process.
- Collect data using methods which are justified with respect to the aims of the inquiry.
- Adhere to ethical and governance requirements when conducting an inquiry.
- Analyse and present data using appropriate methods.
- Demonstrate an ability to present and disseminate information in a succinct, informative and sufficiently-detailed manner.
This module will build on your knowledge and skills from the Methods of Inquiry 1 module, allowing you to carry out and disseminate your project.
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods
This module comprises seminars and individual supervision sessions. The module activity is primarily self-directed.
|Total study time||187.5|
Resources & Reading list
Polit DF and Beck (2014). Essentials of Nursing Research; Appraising Evidence for Nursing Practice . Philadelphia: Lipincott, Williams and Wilkins .
Gray DE (2009). Doing Research in the Real World. Los Angeles: Sage Publications Limited .
Flick U (2011). Introducing Research Methodology; A Beginners Guide to Doing A Research Project. Los Angeles: Sage Publications Limited .
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