An Introduction to Health Services Research
A Practical Guide
This is a pragmatic book, a step-by-step guide to research which mirrors the structure of a research project, taking you through the thought process for designing and conducting your study from formulating the right research question at idea inception, ascertaining what methodologies and analysis can answer what type of questions, right through to dissemination, all presented in an easy, digestible style.
The book is full of case study illustrations and practical tips such as how to work out a research budget and obtaining funding for your project, discussion of what permissions need to obtained when conducting research with people, and how to involve public and patients. The authors are all experienced researchers and so this book is an accumulation of collective wisdom on common research challenges and issues.
This book is really eather boring to look at. It asthetics are not very applealing. The chapter heading s are extremely relavant and to the point...
It is a useful resourse for qualifoed nurses i feel rather than student nurses. May be useful for students who research is not literaure reviere based...
A wonderful text for any aspiring health researcher.
This book on health service research is quite good and includes many different aspects of health research, e.g. quantitive and qualitative methods, health economics, mixed methods and internet-based methods.
A useful book for all students who are on a Health Science course. Clear guidance on research methods is given.
Sample Materials & Chapters
An Introduction to Health Services Research: Asking the Right Questions