Section I: Research Process, it provides structure and elements of research proposal, Section II: Developing a Research Proposal, then further elaborates the elements of research proposal, Section III: Doing the Research, and finally, outlines how to report the research, Section IV: Reporting the Research. Thus, this book has four sections and 20 chapters denoted by Arabic numbers, Section I: Chapters 1–3; Section II: Chapters 4–9; Section III: Chapters 10–16; and Section IV: Chapters 17–20, including Appendices. Key Features • Organisation of the book stems from the elements of a research proposal so that reader will know where the epidemiology and biostatistics skills and knowledge fit in the research process. The reader will gain knowledge and skills in developing a proposal, analysing data and writing an article • The book practically demonstrates research process with the author’s own PhD research project as an example as well as numerous other examples • Contains the real examples of proposal, questionnaire and data files, which have been linked to several published articles in peer-reviewed indexed journals • The readers are shown how to analyse the data SPSS and STATA software and can reproduce the analysis outputs of the book and findings of the linked published articles • Contains numerous tables, figures, boxes and cross-references to illustrate epidemiological and statistical concepts as its title indicates.

More Details about Quantitative Research Methods in Health Sciences, 1st Edition

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Author(s)Rajendra Karkee
PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
Edition1st Edition
Publish YearFebruary 2017