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Getting a PhD in Health and Social Care

  • ID: 2249612
  • Book
  • June 1999
  • 200 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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his text acts as a survival guide handbook for Masters and Doctorate level study and also for the research methods course of undergraduate programmes. It is written specifically for health and social care professionals from academic as well as practice backgrounds and fills a niche in the market – there is no

other text like it in this field. Providing academic, professional and practical advice and guidelines for all potential students in health care, medicine and all allied professions, it is relevant to part time as well as full time study.
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Starting out: Introduction; Influences on approaches to research; Decisions about the research; Choice of degree; Starting the process; Research supervision; Going through the process: Writing a proposal; Access and ethics issues; The choice of methodology and research methods; Major issues: From MPhil to PhD; The monitoring process; Writing the dissertation or thesis: The introduction; Review of relevant literature; The methods section; The main body of the research; The examination; Problems; Dissemination of the research.
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Immy Holloway
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