Research Methods for Therapists
Research Methods for Therapists provides a foundation for those undertaking a research project. It covers the processes involved in research in six comprehensive parts: preparation for research; the research process; methods; collation of data; analysis and presentation of data; writing up; and references. Students in occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, nursing and those wanting to improve their clinical practice through research should find this book valuable. It should also be useful for postgraduates.
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The Research Process
Methods and Tools of Investigation
Collection of Data
Analysis and Presentation of Data
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