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This module builds upon the principles outlined and knowledge acquired during the 'Research and evidence based practice in healthcare' postgraduate module. It provides the component beyond postgraduate diploma to enable the completion of a masters degree.
Professionals are consistently expected to be able to provide an evidence base to prove the effectiveness of their professional interventions.
This module provides students with the experience of utilising all principles of research design. Following submission and approval of a dissertation proposal the student is provided with a project supervisor to facilitate support for both the project and dissemination material.
The students will be required to undertake an independent piece of research study into a topic relevant to their own field. The aim of the module is to develop in-depth theoretical, analytical and research skills.
Who is the module for:
Registered healthcare professionals with at least two years' full-time clinical experience and a degree/diploma in a healthcare profession. Successful completion of RA7015 (research and evidenced based practice in healthcare) or equivalent is a pre-requisite for entry to this module.
RA 7015 Research and evidence based practice in Healthcare
Number of credits and level of study:
60 credits at level 7.
Written report and dissemination of findings
Pattern of Delivery:
Course length: 1 day workshop plus 2 to 3 half-days (by negotiation) for supervision meetings.
*Dates may change
Ms Sherril Spencer (primary)
Please Email Postgraduate Radiography , Who will be happy to help you with any queries.