Health Research (NURS1007)


This unit of study builds on the understandings developed in Population Health to Personal Healthcare and develops students understanding of research within a health and healthcare setting. Research plays a significant role in advancing nursing theory and practice. An understanding of the relationship between research and evidence for practice is based on developing a foundational knowledge of the context, the process, and the application of research to health and healthcare. Students will explore these dimensions of research in health, developing their research skills and knowledge in all other units of study in this course.

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9x2-hr lectures, 6x2-hr tutorials


tutorial worksheets (15%), written paper (50%) and examination (35%)

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