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Using quantitative research methods in paramedic practice

Jayne Cutter

The Paramedics Guide to Research: An Introduction, Volume: 1

Swansea University Author: Jayne Cutter

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The aim of this chapter is to differentiate between experimental and non-experimental research. It will help readers to increase their understanding of different research methods and how to select the most appropriate means of data collection. It also provides information on how to distinguish betwe...

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Published in: The Paramedics Guide to Research: An Introduction
Published: Maidenhead Open University Press 2011
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa12048
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Abstract: The aim of this chapter is to differentiate between experimental and non-experimental research. It will help readers to increase their understanding of different research methods and how to select the most appropriate means of data collection. It also provides information on how to distinguish between research, audit and service evaluation.
Keywords: clinical audit; data collection; quantitative; research approach; service evaluation
College: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences