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Introduction to Research in the Health Sciences

by Stephen Polgar BSc(Hons) MSc

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 044306265X, Paperback)

This book is essential reading for research in any of the health science disciplines. This new edition covers quantitative and qualitative research methodology in simple language with a straightforward approach. Each chapter contains a self-assessment test, discussion, and questions and answers so readers can assess their progress. Thistext ensures that students can understand and utilize the latest advances in their area of clinical practice. The book combines a thorough grounding in practical research skills with a down-to-earth approach.

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