Genetic Counseling Research: A Practical Guide
Oxford University Press, 2014 - Medical - 290 pages
Genetic Counseling Research: A Practical Guide is the first text devoted to research methodology in genetic counseling. This text offers step-by-step guidance for conducting research, from the development of a question to the publication of findings. Genetic counseling examples, user-friendly worksheets, and practical tips guide readers through the research and publication processes.
With a highly accessible, pedagogical approach, this book will help promote quality research by genetic counselors and research supervisors--and in turn, increase the knowledge base for genetic counseling practice, other aspects of genetic counseling service delivery, and professional education. It will be an invaluable resource to the next generation of genetic counseling and its surrounding disciplines.
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1 Developing Research Questions
2 Finding Sources
3 Writing a Review of Literature
4 Ethics in Research
5 Choosing a Paradigm
6 Designing a Quantitative Study
7 Quantitative Data Analysis