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Research And Evidence In Practice

HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: La Trobe University, Nazi Concentration Camps, National Health And Medical Research Council
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The role of ethics committees In the past, there were several examples of research that were considered to be unethical and in violation of human rights. Examples of unethical research can be traced back to World War 2. Du...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Absolute Difference, Mean Absolute Difference, Point Estimation
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*The term estimate indicates that the data is obtained from a representative sample of the population. The point estimate provides an estimate about what might be observed in the whole population from which the sample is d...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Null Hypothesis, Confidence Interval, Alternative Hypothesis
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In the previous video you were introduced to the very important confidence interval (CI). You should appreciate at this stage that when research articles present a point estimate and the associated CIs this is usually suff...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Level Of Measurement, Signify, Squared Deviations From The Mean
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In the different scenarios listed in the introduction (e.g. analysing a client database in a hospital), the data you obtain will have distinct measurement properties. For example, your analysis of the client database might...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Focus Group, Practice Theory, Time And Motion Study
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Back in the late 1980s, several publications began to appear across disciplines to describe and define mixed methods research. For example, Greene, Caracelli and Graham (1989), identify the following five reasons for condu...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Criterion Validity, Content Validity, Face Validity
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Face validity means the degree to which a measurement appears, on the face of it, to measure what it is supposed to. At the very minimum a researcher who develops a new measure of a concept should establish that the measur...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: La Trobe University, Academic Journal, Quantitative Research
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The quality component of a research study relates to the way in which the research was conducted. We need to be able to trust that when researchers report findings from their research, they are a true and accurate represen...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: La Trobe University
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As the aim of qualitative research is to provide a rich description of the meanings people give to their experiences, it is not interested in measurement validity, or threats to internal and external validity. It is not im...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Focus Group, The Focus Group, Anselm Strauss
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Quantitative quantitative research seeks to test theories by analysing relationships. This type of research involves measuring specific characteristics of the participants in the studies. researcher gathers data, makes obs...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Proquest, Uptodate, Embase
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Creating PICO questions Populations Intervention Comparison Outcome not all elements are always needed use phrase searching for like-terms e.g. Obese, overweight, fat Search by either key words or subject heading. Key...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vocal Fold Nodule, Health Professional, Deeper Understanding
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EBP in the Health science disciplines - making decisions about patients and treatments based on up to date evidence - EBP in physiology, doesn't involve human health, is mostly just based on a cellular and molecular level...

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HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Future Proof, Systematic Review, Comorbidity
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>Principles of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) The first key principle is that decisions about practice should be supported by the best available relevant evidence, along with professional expertise, consideration of the cli...

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