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Module Reading List

Research Methods and Evaluation, 2021/22, Semester 1
Paul Baxter
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Introduction to statistics

Campbell, M.J. (2009). Statistics at square one (11 th Ed.). London : Wiley/Blackwell BMJ books.  

Bowers D. Statistics further from scratch : for health care professionals. Chichester : Wiley, 1997.        

Armitage P, Berry G. Statistical methods in medical research. 4th ed. Oxford : Blackwell Scientific Publications, 2002.

FREEMAN, J.V., S.J.WALTERS, and M.J.CAMPBELL. 2008. How to display data. Oxford, UK. BMJ Books, Blackwell Publishing.

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Reading research papers

Greenhalgh T (2010). How to read a paper: the basics of evidence based medicine, 4th edition, Blackwell BMJ Books, Malden, Mass

Bowers D, House A, Owens D. Understanding clinical papers. London: Wiley, 2006.  

BLAND, J.M. 2000. Statistical questions in evidence-based medicine. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Research in healthcare

Berry R (2004). The research project: how to write it, 5th edition, Routledge, London, New York

HOLLOWAY, I. 2005. Qualitative research in health care. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

HULLEY, S.B., W.S.BROWNER, and T.B.NEWMAN. 2001. Designing clinical research : an epidemiologic approach (3rd edition). Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

PEARSON. A, J.FIELD, and Z.JORDAN. 2007. Evidence-based clinical practice in nursing and healthcare : assimilating research, experience, and expertise Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK.

HICKSON, M. 2008. Research handbook for health care professionals. Oxford, UK. Blackwell Publishing.

GERRISH, K, and A. LACEY. 2006. The Research Process in Nursing (5th edition). Oxford, UK. Blackwell Publishing.

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Systematic reviews

McGOWAN L. 2012. Systmatic Reviews: the good, the not so good and the good again. British journal of midwifery. Vol 20 No 8 p588

This list was last updated on 08/09/2021