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|Dates||Mon 12 to Fri 16 May 2014|
|Application status||Applications being accepted|
|Course contact||If you have any questions about this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44 (0) 1865 286941.|
Choosing and designing the most appropriate study to address your clinical research problem is paramount in generating the best evidence.
This module will introduce some of the more advanced concepts and skills of research design, emphasising how they relate to evidence-based health care. Choosing and designing the most appropriate study to address a clinical question is paramount in generating the best evidence. As students learn to identify the strengths and weaknesses of 6 key study designs, they will also learn how to design a research protocol. Participants will design data collection and analysis, to include appropriate statistical tests. They will also learn strategies to manage bias and assess the quality of published research.
Students will apply their learning in small groups to develop a protocol for an allocated research question, for which they will receive constructive and academic feedback.
The last date for receipt of complete applications is Friday 25th April 2014. Regrettably, late applications cannot be accepted.
This course will enable students to:
Comments from previous participants:
"This is a good course for bringing together a wide range of practical and theoretical expertise for dealing with research related topics."
Monday, 12 May 2014, 6pm, Rewley House
Dr James Sheppard, MRC Research Fellow, University of Oxford
"Is it ok to prank call GPs in the name of research"
Role: Module Coordinator
Clare Bankhead is University Research Lecturer.
Accommodation is available at the Rewley House Residential Centre, within the Department for Continuing Education, in central Oxford.
Details of funding opportunities, including grants, bursaries, loans, scholarships and benefit information are available on our financial assistance page.
To apply for the course you should:
You can apply for this course in the following ways: