Short Course / CPD
12 weeks: 3 hours per week (classroom), 1 hour chat room per week (by e-learning) or equivalent. (20 credits at level 6) Supported by E-Learn
No Partner College
September 2016 - Wednesdays: Sept 21,28; Oct 5,12,19,26; Nov 2,9,16,23,30; Dec 7,14,21. From 9am-12noon., September 2016 - Thursdays: Sept 22, 29; Oct 6, 13, 20, 27; Nov 3, 10, 17, 24; Dec 1,8,15,22. From 2pm-5pm.,, January 2017 - Wednesdays: Jan 11, 18, 25; Feb 1, 8, 15, 22; Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; Apr 5, 12. From 2pm-5pm., Elearning - Online chatroom sessions - Thursdays: Sept 22, 29; Oct 6, 13, 20, 27; Nov 3, 10, 17, 24; Dec 1,8,15,22. From 5pm-6.30pm.
Students must be working in a clinical area relevant to the module content
(20 credits at level 6)
This module is available to students across various degree courses so embraces the concept of shared and interprofessional learning.
The module is designed to enable practitioners to gain further skills and understanding of the role of evidence based practice; how to search for relevant evidence, appraise relevant evidence, understand research designs, develop skills in critically reading research studies and consider the relevance of research and other evidence for health care practice.
The module does not equip students for carrying out research. It develops their ability to understand, appreciate, review and consider the results of research in the context of other evidence and research studies.
The module assignments enable students to demonstrate their literature search skills and understanding of research designs and methods, and to review evidence and research on a subject. This is achieved though a multiple choice exam and a written piece of work.
This module can be studied on-campus or by elearning.
On-line multiple choice exam - 45 minutes. Written essay, 2,000 words
On successful completion of this module a student will be able to:
The aim of this module is to build on students’ knowledge and understanding of research and the relevance of evidence in the development of practice.
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