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This module provides an introduction to student skills, learning skills, IT skills, communication skills and elements of Health Informatics that prepares the student for work in the clinical environment of the National Health Service as an Assistant/Associate audiology practitioner.
This module seeks to enable students to become critical users and readers of health related research. It further aims to provide the basic tools to enable students to carry out simple statistical analysis on data of varying types.
This is a research module designed to enable students to utilize health related research and carry out simple statistical analysis on data of varying types.
This module provides an introduction to research and evidence based practice for osteopathy students.
This module builds on research and evidence based practice skills developed in year one, and in particular focuses on the analysis and interpretation of research data, and developing a research proposal.
The purpose of this module is to provide a critical understanding of the research process and methodological approaches to sound applied research. The module will be delivered in a systematic approach facilitating individual and group learning, and will stimulate the development of research skills that will enable learners to apply them in their work environment and contribute to strengthening the notion and implementation of evidence based practice.
The module builds on students¿ previous knowledge of research and aims to expand their knowledge and understanding of the research process. The main aim is to assist students to apply knowledge and skills of research methods learned to their own personal and professional development.
This module is designed to enable students to evaluate quantitative research articles to enable them to identify the quality of the research evidence.
This core module builds on students' previous knowledge of research and aims to expand their knowledge and understanding of the research process to include an appreciation of how practice and research are interrelated and its application to SCHPN practice. There is an emphasis on 'action learning' approaches - which means that students are encouraged to read, notice and reflect on their practice and knowledge development and share their progress/difficulties in an educative, supportive and challenging arena (with other students and teachers). The focus of this module is `research appreciation'. The main aim is to assist students to apply knowledge and skills learned whilst developing their own personal and professional practice. In order to facilitate the integration of theory and practice, which is essential to a practice discipline, students will be placed in concurrent practice.
The aim of this module is to provide a critical understanding of the research process and methods of sound research. The module concerns the skills required to ensure healthcare managers are able to critically evaluate research and evaluation reports to inform students¿ decision making at strategic and operational level. The module is also designed as preparation for Part Two of the MSc Health Care Management, the dissertation, and will require students to prepare and present an a research proposal for a MSc level dissertation.