Research methods and evidence-based practice / edited by Pranee Liamputtong.
Contributor(s): Liamputtong, Pranee [editor.]Publisher: Docklands, Victoria : Oxford University Press, 2022Edition: Fourth editionDescription: xxxvii, 431 pages ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780190330378Uniform titles: Research methods in health. Subject(s): Public health -- Research -- Methodology | Health -- Research -- Methodology | Medical care -- Research -- Methodology | Evidence-based medicineDDC classification: 610.72 RES 2022
Previous editions published as: Research methods in health : foundations for evidence-based practice.
Previous edition: 2017.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Learn the foundations to becoming an evidence-based health practitioner.Research Methods and Evidence-based Practice introduces students to various research techniques they can use throughout their degree and into a range of health settings. It teaches qualitative and quantitative research methods of finding evidence to help students make informed decisions in their practice and for their clients.This new edition has been updated to reflect the increasing importance of evidence-based practice. It questions what type of evidence we need in health-care practice and explains how a research approach can help acquire the most suitable evidence for the situation. This book also addresses timely changes in conducting research, including internet and social-media research, research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and making sense of research data in a meaningful way. Five new chapters highlight the increasing importance of evidence-based practice: Chapter 1: Introducing Evidence-based Practice in Health Care, Chapter 4: Ethics in Health ResearchChapter 14: Mixed Methods and Evidence-based Health Care, Chapter 15: Internet and Social Media as Research Tools for Evidence-based Practice, Chapter 16: Research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander PeoplesA stronger focus on data analysis and interpretation. Updated Stop and Think boxes enable students to practise their research skills to generate evidence and critically reflect on their own responses to important issues discussed.Updated Practice Exercises encourage students to translate theory into practice.Updated Research in Practice boxes provide real-world examples that demonstrate how research can be applied to clinical practice in health care.