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Understanding research methods for evidence-based practice in health
96115 Evidence-based Practice In Speech Pathology
Greenhalgh, Trisha M
Milton, Queensland : John Wiley and Sons Australia, Ltd, 2020.
Health -- Research -- Methodology
Learning -- Research
Medicine -- Research -- Methodology
Public health -- Research -- Methodology
Research -- Methodology
City Campus - Open Reserve
135 pages : illustrations (some colour), graphs, charts ; 28 cm
Authorised adaptation of Trisha Greenhalgh, 'How to read a paper: the basics of evidence-based medicine', 5th edition (ISBN 9781118800966), published by BMJ Books, used under licence by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Chichester, United Kingdom. © 2014 in the United Kingdom by John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary: As Wiley publishes this title, teaching and learning is going through a period of unprecedented change. Emergent technologies have opened the possibilities to develop interactive resources that enrich the learning experience and optimise course success. Wiley asked students and lecturers across Australia and New Zealand: "What is the most valuable attribute of an essential learning resource?" Alongside the need for quality, current content - the resounding answer was to have great practice questions at the point of learning with meaningful feedback. -- back cover.