Quantitative Methods in Healthcare
Quantitative research is producing factual and reliable outcome data within healthcare. At the centre of evidence based practice lies predominantly the systematic review of quantitative studies. All health professionals must have a good understanding of quantitative research methods most commonly used in healthcare so that they can appraise and conduct them safely.
Module Attendance Required
One week block
4-8 November 2019
Online exam: 8 November 2019
Essay submission date: 13 January 2020
Methods of teaching
Lectures, practical classes/workshops, independent study.
One 2,500 word essay (50%) and one 2 hour MCQ exam (50%) For both elements students will have to achieve a pass mark
Professor Debbie Carrick-SenDr Nikolaos Efstathiou
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