The aim of this dissertation module is to enable you to develop your research abilities and to provide an opportunity for you to conduct detailed study of a specialist area of personal interest.
- Develop research and evaluation skills.
- Accrue academic credits for a named award.
- Strengthened ability to evidence base practice.
- Ability to apply evaluation skills and practice.
- Enhanced ability to deliver evidence base care.
- Have opportunity to identify and implement change to service delivery to enhance quality of care.
On successful completion of this module you should be able to:
- Identify a research question and chose an appropriate research method.
- Design a study and demonstrate competence at each stage of the research process.
- Produce an academic report of the study, demonstrating own analytical and critical thinking skills.
How will this course be taught
You will conduct your project independently with professional supervision.
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- Ability to study at level 3.
- Up to 15000 word Written Dissertation (100% of module mark).