This book is written for trainees in all subjects related to health. Research-orientated questions are incorporated into the majority of Royal College membership examinations; for example, in the OSCE station a research study or paper has to be criticised. Because of the nature of the editors' posts and their contacts there is naturally an emphasis on the specialist registrar trainee in obstetrics and gynaecology and many of the writers and thus the examples in the text are obstetric and gynaecological, however physicians, surgeons, midwives and nurses could readily use the book.if, for example, your research identified an alternative treatment which reduced the number of nights a patient had to spend in hospital. Consumer involvement If you have involved service-users or carers in formulating the proposal (they may have been on a steering ... The salaries should include likely pay rises, national insurance and superannuation, which the finance department of the hospital oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Introduction to Research Methodology for Specialist Trainees|
|Author||:||P. M. Shaughn O'Brien, Fiona Broughton-Pipkin|
|Publisher||:||RCOG - 2007|