Getting involved in medical and biomedical research through necessity or personal choice can be a testing experience. Each step of the process brings its own challenges, from liaising with supervisors, to the lack of opportunities to promote completed research. This brand new How to provides a complete guide to the process: from the planning stages, to execution, write-up, preparation for the viva examination, and how to maximise the impact of your research. It ensures you get the most out of the experience, both in terms of personal development and academic achievement, and even provides guidance on what to do when things donat quite go to plan. An ideal companion, written by an experienced postgraduate tutor, this concise and user-friendly manual is full of practical exercises, key points, and hints and tips, which will give you the edge when dealing with the more elusive realities of medical and healthcare research.A Guide for Students in Medicine and The Health Sciences Caroline Beardsmore . dissertation. The blank screen or sheet of ... The trick is to plan a detailed outline of the dissertation, and break it down into small components that can be tackled individually. ... you have written a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for something, it may fit into your Methods section. ... These may be lax (e.g. just giving a guide on the length or word count) or they may be much more detailed, indicatinganbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Do Your Research Project|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-07-09|