HFB2104 - Introduction to Research Methods
|1.||Investigate and contrast the historical and contemporary principles of evidence-based practice;|
|2.||Apply the skills and knowledge of evidence based practice to evaluate their work as an emergency paramedic;|
|3.||Critically examine current policies and clinical practice guidelines and how they support or inhibit the clinical decision making process; and|
|4.||Critically appraise evidence and discriminate the sources of bias that confound the interpretation of study outcomes.|
|Assignment||Group Assignment Part 1 (1000 words) This is an individual completion by each student.||30%|
|Assignment||Group Assignment Part 2 (2000 words)||40%|
|Test||Test (20 mins):||10%|
|Presentation||Group Assignment Part 3 - Presentation (15 mins)||20%|
Evidence-based practice: Across the health professions. (3rd ed.).
Hoffmann, T., Bennett, S., & Del Mar, C. (2017).
Chatswood, N.S.W.: Elsevier.
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