This unit has been discontinued.
An introduction in the areas of pharmaceutical science or pharmacy practice to research methodology. This unit also includes the planning, design and conduct of a research project, presentation and analysis of data and interpretation of published research. Students will be required to present a progress and final seminar.
Students must undertake all units, Research Thesis B, C, D and E to complete their Research Thesis in the MPharmSc. A result of IC (Interim Completion) will be awarded for the first three units completed and a final result will be issued in the fourth and last unit successfully completed.
|Unit name||Research Thesis B|
|Faculty/School||College of Health and Medicine
School of Medicine
Dr R Patel (Coordinator) and other academic staff in the Division of Pharmacy, School of Medicine.
|Available as student elective?||No|
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A one hour meeting with the supervisory team every fortnight.
A unit result is given at the end of the final unit completed.Progress 15 minutes duration seminar with 5 minutes Q&A (10%), final 15 minutes duration seminar with 5 minutes Q&A (10%) Research thesis manuscript; approximately 4000 to 5000 words excluding tables, figures, references, appendix etc. (80%)
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