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HSCI.3400: IPE Research Methods

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Welcome to IPE Research Methods

This course introduces critical evaluation of the current literature, the research process, and research study design and methodology and ethics. The importance of research across interdisciplinary health fields will be explored. Students will practice critical thinking and oral and written communication skills related to health research. 

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:               

1. Conduct a literature review on scientific peer-reviewed health sciences literature
2. Explain and describe the various research designs, including quantitative and qualitative methodology, relevant for different health professional fields 
3. Demonstrate the ability to design a research proposal
4. Demonstrate critical thinking and scientific writing skills
5. Apply ethical principles in the research proposals