Published December 21, 1999
by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Researching Health Needs is an easy to use introductory guide to the main social research techniques used to gather evidence about the health needs of local communities. The reader is taken through the process of producing evidence, from the initial planning stages of research, to writing up, getting the message across, and trying to influence policy and practice. 3 Health needs and their assessment: demography and epidemiology 54 with Ian Rees Jones Introduction 55 1 The assessment of health needs 55 Health needs 55 The need for health and the need for health care 56 Methods of assessing health needs 59 The role of epidemiological and demographic research 62 2 Epidemiology 63 The role of epidemiology I read this book from cover to cover. This is a much-needed book for incorporating state of the art mixed methods in all aspects of health services research. Written clearly, with many examples, from accomplished investigators. SAGE Publications Ltd. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Evaluating Research in Health and Social Care: A Reader, Roger Gomm, Gill Needham, Anne Bullman, 'This is an ambitious contribution to the ever-growing market for research textbooks. The book concludes with an excellent appendix on sources of.
A “self-care takeaway tips” box at the end of each section helps package the chapter up nicely and the self-care “tool kit” in the book’s final pages offers information on mental health. Reviews the book, Research methods in health by A. Bowling (). As stated on the back cover of the book, Ann Bowling's Research methods in health is the first thorough guide that extensively. Books shelved as research-methods: Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches by John W. Creswell, The Craft of Research by. Researching Health Needs is an easy to use introductory guide to the main social research techniques used to gather evidence about the health needs of local communities. Medical books Researching Health Needs.
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