Health and Social Care (School of)
Autumn & Spring
Undergraduate: Level 5
Thursday 03 October 2019
Friday 20 March 2020
11 March 2019
Requisites for this module
BSC B939 Occupational Therapy,
BSC B630 Speech and Language Therapy,
BSC B631 Speech and Language Therapy (Including Year Abroad),
BSC B632 Speech and Language Therapy (Including Placement Year)
This module focuses on facilitating an understanding of evidence in its widest sense; evidence and using a variety of sources leading to research design, analysis and synthesis. This module will focus on: the development of literature searching, synthesising literature within a critical review and identification of a specific topic for professional enquiry. The development of students' understanding of research will be facilitated through the use of practical experience in collecting and handling a variety of data. The implications of the nature and overall quality of professional research literature as potential 'evidence' to inform practice will be considered.
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On successful completion of this module, the [learner] will be able to:
1. Demonstrate the ability to search for, analyse, critique and synthesise research relevant to the student’s profession
2. Critically evaluate the appropriateness of different research approaches and their importance to using and developing evidence-based practice.
3. Identify a specific topic and evaluate the evidence base in relation to this selected topic
This module develops the students understanding and appreciation of research and evidence-informed practice from the 1st IPL module where the paradigms and basic literature search skills have been introduced. This is an advanced module where the students will provide clear rationale for the evidence they have chosen based on the critique of the literature. Students are expected to select a topic relevant to their own profession and inter-professional specific interest.
Learning and teaching on this module takes the form of the following approaches. There are classroom based interactive and practical lectures designed to introduce new ideas and revisit familiar concepts.
Key note lectures based on specific topics
Revisiting literature searching
Introducing critical appraisal tools and skills
Re-visiting familiar research concepts
Preparation for assignment
Independent Literature searching
There is opportunity for assignment tutorials
Practical data collection and analysis skills
This module does not appear to have a published bibliography.
Assessment items, weightings and deadlines
|Coursework / exam
||HS240 Literature Review (Formative Assessment ) 2017 cohort
||HS240 - Literature Review (Summative Assessment)
Module supervisor and teaching staff
Prof. Jo Jackson
Cerys Somers & Hannah Duncan firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Helen Frank
The University of Worcester
Ms Jeannette Carol Head
Canterbury Christ Church University
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer MSc Health and Wellbeing Programme Director
Ms Helen Cameron
University of Sheffield
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Of 54 hours, 54 (100%) hours available to students:
0 hours not recorded due to service coverage or fault;
0 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).
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