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Writing Research Proposals in the Health Sciences

Writing Research Proposals in the Health Sciences
A Step-by-step Guide

February 2018 | 184 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This is your step-by-step guide on how to write successful research proposals in the health sciences, whether it is for a thesis or dissertation review committee, an ethical review committee or a grant funding committee. Using quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research approaches, follow the journey of Liang and Natasha, two fictional researchers who will help you complete your proposal alongside reading the chapters. This practical guide includes top tips from the authors, read-reflect-respond activities and examples of project plans to equip you with all the tools you need to succeed with your research proposal.
Chapter 1: Proposal Preparation
Chapter 2: Background and Justification for the Study
Chapter 3: Research and Approach Design
Chapter 4: Capturing Attention – Abstract, Title and Significance
Chapter 5: Feasibility, Track Records and Teams
Chapter 6: Writing and Ethics Proposal
Chapter 7: Writing a Funding Proposal

A useful resource to help level 3 students to develop their academic writing. This step by step guide provides clear guidance. Students have found this very useful

Mrs Michele Ponting
Access to Higher Education, Portslade Aldridge Community Academy
June 1, 2018

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Zevia Schneider

 Zevia Schneider was Associate Professor: Research and Co-ordinator of Higher Degrees by Research in the Faculty of Nursing at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, and then Director of Post Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Education. She has co-authored 5 editions of Nursing & Midwifery Research: methods and appraisal for evidence-based practice, with the 5th edition published in 2016. She has been involved in a range of funded research projects including pregnancy, ante-natal services, early discharge from hospital, distance education, and program evaluation.She has been an invited guest speaker, including an... More About Author

Jeffrey Fuller

Jeffrey Fuller is the Emeritus Professor of Nursing (Primary Health Care) at Flinders University with a background in primary health care service quality and safety, integrated care, leadership, primary health care service evaluation and research capacity building in primary health care covering qualitative and quantitative methods. He was the Associate Dean (Research) in the Flinders School of Nursing & Midwifery from 2012-2015. He has completed 30 research-to-practice projects since 2000 in collaborative models of chronic illness care in Australia and China and he is the author of a large number research papers all conducted in... More About Author