CXA703 Guided Research C. This unit is the third and final research unit in the Master of Laboratory Medicine research program. Students will continue to undertake an approved Guided Research Project on an issue related to biomedical science and related health sciences research currently conducted in the School of Health Sciences or School School of Nursing. Students are required to produce a research report/paper of maximum 10,000 words outlining the research undertaken and the findings and implications of the research and make an oral presentation. It will also involve supervisor assessment at week 13 measuring your performance over the entire semester.
|Unit name||Guided Research C|
|College/School||College of Health and Medicine
School of Health Sciences
|Coordinator||Doctor Sukhwinder Sohal|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- International students
- Domestic students
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- Analyse scientific data to draw appropriate conclusions.
- Synthesise conclusions to answer research questions and discuss their implications.
- Communicate research in writing and verbally to an academic/peer audience.
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PrerequisitesCXA702 or admission to H7E (Master of E-Health (Health Informatics)
Self-directed study/Independent Learning - 20 hours weekly, Meetings with supervisor – 2 hours (weekly).
|Assessment||Oral Presentation (20%)|Journal Submission (65%)|Supervisor Report (15%)|
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