HFB1110 - Foundations of Professional Paramedic Practice
HHB1104 - Introduction to Public Health and Wellness
HFB1110 - For Paramedicine Students only. HHB1104 - For HBHL students only.
|1.||Identify and explain the elements of research and relevant terminology;|
|2.||Evaluate the appropriateness of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies;|
|3.||Investigate research protocol design, methods of data collection, analysis, reporting and interpretation;|
|4.||Retrieve and appraise appropriate research articles; and|
|5.||Assess aspects of ethical consideration in research including consent and confidentiality.|
|Test||MCQ test (30 mins)||15%|
|Examination||MCQ and short answer Exam (60 mins)||30%|
|Assignment||Assignment (equivalent of 1500 words)||55%|
Introduction to Research in the Health Sciences 6th ed.
Polgar S, Thomas SA (2013)
Churchill Livingstone. Elsevier
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