Handbook of Health Research Methods: Investigation, Measurement and Analysis
Shah Ebrahim, Ann Bowling
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jun 1, 2005 - Medical - 625 pages
Handbook of Health Research Methods is an essential tool for researchers and postgraduate students taking masters courses, or undertaking doctoral programmes, in health services evaluation, health sciences, health management, public health, nursing, sociology, socio-biology, medicine and epidemiology. However, the book also appeals to health professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge of research methods in order to make effective policy and practice decisions.
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Part 2 Multidisciplinary methods of investigation
Part 3 Multidisciplinary research measurement
Part 4 Data analysis
Part 5 Essential issues to consider when conducting research
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