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This module aims to introduce healthcare practitioners to the research process, as relevant to their evidence-based practice and to enable students to develop their ability to appraise research evidence, to explore how this underpins clinical practice and to identify how the existing evidence base could be developed.
Participants will develop their understanding of a variety of research methods, to competently critique contemporary research evidence and to identify research questions that will enable the development of their own clinical practice.
Who is the module for:
Students undertaking this module should be working as accountable practitioners in a position to influence others in response to contemporary research-based evidence.
Applicants must already have 120 credits at level 5 and 90 credits at level 6 to study this module.
Number of credits and level of study:
30 credits at level 6.
St George's, University of London
Pattern of Delivery:
Course length: 10 teaching days
*Dates may change
Ms Susan Strong (primary)