PC5521 - Pharmaceutical Public Health - Research Methodologies
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Medicine & Dentistry
Quantitative and Qualitative research methods play an increasingly important role
in health service research, health policy and the development of health services.
This subject introduces students to a variety of research methods and will aid them
in the development and completion of the research components of the MPharmPH program.
Topics covered will include: the theoretical and conceptual foundations of research,
the design of project proposals, ethical aspects of research and the generation and
analysis of data from both quantitative and qualitative aspects.
- demonstrate an understanding and an ability to develop and employ a range of quantitative
and qualitative research methods;
- demonstrate an ability critically analyse quantitative and qualitative research data;
- demonstrate an ability to critically analyse and review research reports;
- demonstrate an ability to critically analyse, review, evaluate and design a research
Study Period 2
|Census Date 27-Aug-2015
|Method of Delivery:
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||end of semester exam (40%); assignments (60%).
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