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Kinesiology
Course Code
KIN 427
Professor
Stuart Mc Gill

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KIN 330 Research Design University of Waterloo Winter 2010 COURSE OBJECTIVESDESCRIPTIONThis course is designed to provide you with an overview of empirical research methodologies in the health sciences By virtue of taking this course and learning the material you should be able to appreciate the strengths and limitations of different research designs and more importantly you should be able to critically evaluate research that you encounter in your everyday life as well as claims that are made in the popular mediaWhat you learn in this course will also assist you in conducting your own research studies in the future and form the basis for some more advanced research design and methodology classes that you may take later in your academic career COURSE INFORMATIONInstructorPeter A Hall PhD Office HoursBy appointment Contact Information Phone 5198884567 ext 38110EmailpahallhealthyuwaterloocaMeeting timelocation 11301220 MWF AL116 HOW TO REACH YOUR INSTRUCTOR The preferred method for contacting your instructor is via email see aboverdREQUIRED TEXT PORTNEYWATKINS Foundations of Clinical Research 3 Edition1
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