Conducting Health Research: Principles, Process, and Methods
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This site is intended to enhance your use of Conducting Health Research: Principles, Process, and Methods, 1e, by Frederick J. Kviz. Please note that all the materials on this site are especially geared toward maximizing your understanding of the material.
Conducting Health Research: Principles, Process, and Methods presents an integrated and practical introduction to the principles and strategies for planning, implementing, reporting, and assessing health sciences research. Comprehensive in its breadth and depth, with an accessible writing style, this text prepares students in public health and related fields to be adept researchers and consumers of health research.
Through real-world examples and step-by-step guidance, Frederick J. Kviz provides students with the skills they need to: identify and evaluate research strengths and limitations as practitioners; to actually perform the various core aspects of research; and to choose among alternative methods when making decisions about health practice, policy, and future research needs.
We gratefully acknowledge Frederick J. Kviz for writing an excellent text and for reviewing the assets on this site. Special thanks are also due to Chad Murphy of Mississippi University for Women for creating the ancillaries on this site.
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