92790 Evidence for Informing Practice6cp; 3 x 2hrs (Zoom session or equivalent, online), 10 hours per week (self-directed study, participation in module activities and assessment preparation)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
This subject expands students' understanding of and commitment to the development of evidence-based practice and helps them develop a broad base of current health care research. Students are introduced to the process of evidence-based practice and learn to critically appraise research evidence relevant to common health problems. Integration of research evidence into practice for the delivery of high-quality care is discussed and the current implementation models are introduced.
Note: This subject is the first subject of two sequential subjects that provide a capstone experience within the Master of Advanced Nursing and Master of Public Health programs.
Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus
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