This unit reinforces the
research content covered in previous semesters and has an explicit emphasis on
the implementation of research in practice.
Qualitative, quantitative and mixed method research, research ethics
and accessing and interpreting high level evidence are examined in greater
detail. The ways in which research influences improvements in health care,
advances practice change and enhances health outcomes will be discussed
through the presentation of selected research studies. Research pathways in
nursing are addressed. Students will have the opportunity to engage with
active researchers and develop an appreciation of the importance of the
research process for nursing practice.
Students will have the opportunity to further develop their Professional Portfolio in this unit.
|Unit name||Improving Health and Nursing Practice through Translational Research|
|Faculty/School||Faculty of Health
School of Health Science
|Discipline||School for Health Sciences|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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|Band||Field of Education|
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4 x 2hr Workshops
Written assignment 2000 words (50%) Quizzes (20%), Oral presentation and portfolio activities(30%)
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