The Research Methodology for Sports Medicine Certificate Course (CC-RESE) provides a comprehensive review of aspects of research and evidence-based medicine for sports doctors and allied health professionals. Successful completion of the module will enable the learner to identify practical research project concepts, develop a strategy to undertake the study, and ultimately perform the research using the appropriate study design and statistical methods. The focus on critical analysis will assist any learner to more effectively interpret the design and outcomes of published research studies. A wide range of topics are covered in this Course including ethics in research, epidemiology, quantitative and qualitative methodologies, biostatistics, meta-analysis and systematic review. The practical component of this excellent resource includes sections on how to perform a literature search, undertake research and interact with researchers, and source relevant information for your learning needs. Information on how to reference research appropriately and use a variety of storage and search systems is also included.
The course consists of the following topic areas, across 6 modules;
- Ethics in Research
- Biostatistics, Meta Analysis & Systematic Reviews
- Evidence Based Medicine
- Qualitative & Mixed Methodologies
- Advanced Session - Keeping up to Date with Literature
A certificate will be issued after successful completion.
Written by: Prof John Kellett, A/Prof Jane Fitzpatrick, Dr Mark Fulcher, Brett Vaughan, Michael Fleischmann
Release date: 28 July 2020
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