This module builds upon previous study of research methods and enables students to develop and apply theoretical and scientific knowledge and problem solving skills, extending their understanding of the philosophical and practical aspects of research, service evaluation and practice development. In particular, it examines quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods research designs for collecting, recording, analysing and interpreting data with the ultimate goal of further developing their research and development skills.
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About this course
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This module builds on the student’s understanding of the epistemological and ontological foundations of research and development. This module applies this knowledge in the context of doing research and development work and includes the requirements needed for research and development from planning to delivery. It will also help to develop the necessary knowledge and skills needed for research and development governance. Research methodologies will be explored that enable research questions to be answered. The module will facilitate students to participate in exploring and understanding different methods and identifying the strengths and weaknesses inherent in these methods. Assessment is by coursework.
This module is available as a standalone module / credit bearing module.
Linked programmesPgCert/PgDip/MSc Applied Health Studies, PgDip/MSc Developing Practice in Healthcare, PgCert/PgDip/MSc Developing Practice in H
Module runs over a 12 week period in total. All students are expected to attend all classes associated with the programme and be punctual and regular in attendance (where applicable). Attendance will be monitored at the University and Employers are informed of all absences.
Module may also be available at Magee Campus if numbers permit.
- Satisfy the University’s general entry requirements as set out in the prospectus or demonstrate their ability to undertake the course through the accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL). https://www.ulster.ac.uk/apply/entrance-requirements
- Hold a degree in Nursing or equivalent or demonstrate their ability to undertake the course through the accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL).
- English language requirements for international applicants. Please contact module co-ordinator.
- 25 September 2017
ApplyHow to apply
SELF FUNDED PLACES
Interested self-funded candidates should make a direct application using the University's online application system which can be accessed via the University homepage or by using the following link: http://www.ulster.ac.uk/applyonline.
Anyone who will be receiving a Commissioned place from the Department of Health (DoH) in Northern Ireland) via their HSC Trust should contact the Practice Education Team in their Health and Social Care Trust in order to obtain a Commissioned Application Form. The HSCT will manage your application. Please DO NOT apply directly via the University online application system.
- 25 September 2017
Fees and funding
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- Northern Ireland & EU:
Fees are correct at the time of publishing: www.ulster.ac.uk/finance/fees/2017-18/
CONTACT MODULE CO-ORDINATOR:
Prof Marlene Sinclair
T: +44 (0)28 90368118
CONTACT FACULTY OFFICE:
T: +44 (0)28 9036 6098