Evaluating Research and Evidence to Advance Practice

Short Course - 15 credits at SCQF level 11 | ECTS points 7.5

Evaluating Research and Evidence to Advance Practice 15 credits at SCQF Level 11 | ECTS points 7.5
The aim of this module is to enable you to develop the ability to critically analyse research methods and critically review literature to inform an area of practice. This course is a practice programme, however it can also be undertaken as a standalone module.
This course has one study option
Mode of Attendance
Mode of Study
Start Date
Course Length
Mode of Attendance
  • Blended
Mode of Study
  • Part Time
Start Date
January
Course Length
8 weeks
  • The integration and relation of research methodologies and designs of available evidence in a selected area of practice
  • How to formulate research questions and justify different research designs and methods to answer specific questions in their area of practice
  • How to reflect upon governance issues and ethical considerations in practice
  • How to appraise processes for data management and analysis relevant to their area
  • How to evaluate strategies for disseminating and implementing evidence in practice

The course is delivered by a lecturer with a 35 year nursing career.

This module is delivered through online methods including online chat, virtual classroom and discussion forums. You will engage with directed and self-directed learning activities supported by the module team.

Assessment

This course is assessed through written assignment and oral presentation.

Academic Support

The Disability & Dyslexia Centre advises and supports students who disclose a sensory or mobility impairment, chronic medical condition, mental health issue, dyslexia and other specific learning differences. Applicants are encouraged to arrange a pre-entry visit to discuss any concerns and to view the facilities.

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Study Skills Support

The Study Support Team provides training and support to all students in:

  • Academic writing
  • Study skills (note taking, exam techniques, time management, presentation)
  • Maths and statistics
  • English language
  • Information technology support

Study Skills Support

This module is suitable for registered nurses, health and social care professionals and other individuals who work with people who have diabetes, their families and/or carers, either on an individual basis or within a group setting.

Normally, you are expected to be able to demonstrate degree level study; however, if this is not the case, you are encouraged to make contact and discuss your circumstances.

For Academic Session 2018/2019

UK/EU Students: £650

International Students: £1,165

Additional Costs

The following course-related costs are not included in the course fees:

Other Fees and Charges

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