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Getting a PhD in health and social care

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Getting a PhD in Health and Social Care enables research students to take control of the various processes involved in postgraduate research study. It is an authoritative account of the key issues and challenges faced by postgraduate researchers in health care and social care in their quest for completion of an MPhil or PhD. Part One is designed to assist potential students in negotiating their way through the minefield of decisions and bureaucratic processes involved in enrolment and registration. Attention to detail at this stage of the process will help resolve most of the common problems likely to be encountered. Part Two is concerned with the processes involved in achieving a successful MPhil or PhD following registration. Chapters on writing up, examination procedures, and advice on how to prepare for and cope with the viva are included. Key features: Authoritative and comprehensive guide Considers the challenges of research in applied settings Practical, sound advice throughout Real life examples "I recommend this book warmly as a reliable guide to all aspects of research for higher degrees, more especially, as a handbook for the practical problems faced in the course of undertaking any type of research. In short, this book is an indispensable aid for researchers and those undertaking health and social care research courses." From the Foreword by Professor J. Akinsanya.
Dr Immy Holloway is Reader in the Institute of Health and Community Studies, Bournemouth University. Dr Jan Walker is Principal Lecturer in Multi-professional Health Care at the University of Plymouth. his text acts as a survival guide handbook for Masters and Doctorate level study and also for the research methods course of undergraduate programmes. It is written specifically for health and social care professionals from academic as well as practice backgrounds and fills a niche in the market - there is no other text like it in this field. Providing academic, professional and practical advice and guidelines for all potential students in health care, medicine and all allied professions, it is relevant to part time as well as full time study.

In very good used condition, previous owner`s name on first page.

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Author(s):
Immy Holloway & Jan Walker
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
155 mm x 235 mm x 324 g
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0632050578
ISBN-13:
9780632050574
Number of pages:
186
Publisher:
Blackwell Science
Title:
Getting a PhD in health and social care

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Getting a PhD in Health and Social Care enables research students to take control of the various processes involved in postgraduate research study. It is an authoritative account of the key issues and challenges faced by postgraduate researchers in health care and social care in their quest for completion of an MPhil or PhD. Part One is designed to assist potential students in negotiating their way through the minefield of decisions and bureaucratic processes involved in enrolment and registration. Attention to detail at this stage of the process will help resolve most of the common problems likely to be encountered. Part Two is concerned with the processes involved in achieving a successful MPhil or PhD following registration. Chapters on writing up, examination procedures, and advice on how to prepare for and cope with the viva are included. Key features: Authoritative and comprehensive guide Considers the challenges of research in applied settings Practical, sound advice throughout Real life examples "I recommend this book warmly as a reliable guide to all aspects of research for higher degrees, more especially, as a handbook for the practical problems faced in the course of undertaking any type of research. In short, this book is an indispensable aid for researchers and those undertaking health and social care research courses." From the Foreword by Professor J. Akinsanya.
Dr Immy Holloway is Reader in the Institute of Health and Community Studies, Bournemouth University. Dr Jan Walker is Principal Lecturer in Multi-professional Health Care at the University of Plymouth. his text acts as a survival guide handbook for Masters and Doctorate level study and also for the research methods course of undergraduate programmes. It is written specifically for health and social care professionals from academic as well as practice backgrounds and fills a niche in the market - there is no other text like it in this field. Providing academic, professional and practical advice and guidelines for all potential students in health care, medicine and all allied professions, it is relevant to part time as well as full time study.

In very good used condition, previous owner`s name on first page.

Author(s):
Immy Holloway & Jan Walker
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
155 mm x 235 mm x 324 g
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0632050578
ISBN-13:
9780632050574
Number of pages:
186
Publisher:
Blackwell Science
Title:
Getting a PhD in health and social care

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