Research: some ground rules
This practical handbook provides essential information and advice for students and postgraduates about to embark on biomedical research. It introduces the basic principles and outlines the organizational techniques and skills required to design, implement and complete a research project. Advice is given on interview techniques, assessing a research department, ethical and safety considerations. Other topics covered include searching the literature, experimental design, statistical analysis, the use of computers, the preparation of visual aids and other presentation techniques, and preparing articles and theses for publication.
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Principles and practice of research
When what where and supervision
Literature review action plan and pilot study
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