Research in General Practice: A beginners guide

Review the underlying principles of research including establishing your research question and navigating through selection of a methodology.

1. GP Guide to Literature Searching. Australian Doctor, June 2006. Trevena L.

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2. Trent Focus for Research and Development in Primary Health Care. An Introduction to Using Statistics in Research (2002) Mather N, Fox N, Hunn A.

 Reading 2

 

3. A Health Researcher’s Guide to Qualitative Methodologies. (2007) Dew K.

 Reading 3

 

4. Grounded Theory, Mixed Methods and Action Research (2008) Lingard L, Albert M, Levinson W.

 Reading 4

 

5. Critically Appraising Qualitative Research (2008) Kuper A, Lingard L, Levinson W.

 Reading 5

 

6. Observational Methods in Health Care Settings (1995) Mays N.

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7. Narrative Based Medicine: Narrative Based Medicine in an Evidence Based World (1999) Greenhalgh T.

 Reading 7

 

8. How to Read a Paper: Statistics for the Non-Statistician. Different Types of Data Need Different Statistical Tests (1997) Greenalgh T.

 Reading 8

 

9. How to Read a Paper: Statistics for the Non-Statistician II. “Significant” Relations and Their Pitfalls (1997) Greenalgh T.

 Reading 9

 

10. How to Read a Paper: Getting Your Bearings (Deciding What the Paper is About) (1997) Greenalgh T.

 Reading 10

 

11. How to Read a Paper: Papers That Report Drug Trials (1997) Greenhalgh T.

 Reading 11

 

12. How to Read a Paper: Papers That Report Diagnostic or Screening Tests (1997) Greenlagh T.

 Reading 12

 

Updated on September 2, 2020

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