Introduction to Research Methods

An Overview to Conduct Research Studies in any Discipline
Introduction to Research Methods
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1.54 GB
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2h 0m


Mark Greenhalgh


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Introduction to Research Methods

What you’ll learn

To introduce students to the different types of research methods and their strengths and weaknesses
To teach students how to design and conduct research projects
To help students to develop critical thinking skills
To prepare students for conducting their own research projects

Introduction to Research Methods


No experience needed.


Introduction to Research Methods is a course that provides students with the foundational skills and knowledge necessary to conduct research in any discipline. The course covers the research process, from the development of a research question to the dissemination of the results. Students will learn about different research methods, including data collection & analysis, and how to choose the appropriate methods for their research question. Students will also learn about ethical issues in research and how to avoid them, and some applications of research in the real world.Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:Define research and explain the research processIdentify and describe different research methodsChoose the appropriate research method for a given research questionDesign a research studyCollect and analyze dataWrite a research reportDiscuss ethical issues in researchThis course is designed for students who are interested in conducting research in any discipline. It is also a good course for students who are interested in learning about the scientific method and how it is used to answer questions about the world.The course will be taught using a combination of lectures, readings, and discussion. There are quizzes and assignments at the end of each section.If you are interested in learning more about research methods, I encourage you to take this course. It is a valuable course that will give you the skills and knowledge you need to conduct research in any discipline.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Literature Reviews

Lecture 2 Literature Reviews

Lecture 3 Intro to PubMed

Section 3: Research Design

Lecture 4 Research Design

Lecture 5 What is PICOT?

Lecture 6 What is a Good Hypothesis?

Lecture 7 Research Variables

Section 4: Data Collection

Lecture 8 Data Collection

Lecture 9 Independent vs Dependent Variables

Lecture 10 Data Management Tools

Section 5: Data Analysis

Lecture 11 Data Analysis

Lecture 12 Parametric vs Non-Parametric Statistics

Lecture 13 Machine Learning & AI in Data Analysis

Section 6: Data Reporting

Lecture 14 Data Reporting

Lecture 15 Writing a Research Paper

Lecture 16 Peer Reviewed Journals

Section 7: Ethics in Research

Lecture 17 Ethics in Research Research

Lecture 18 Modern History of Research Ethics

Lecture 19 Tuskegee Syphilis Study and Exploitation of Underserved Communities

Lecture 20 Citations

Section 8: Writing a Research Proposal

Lecture 21 Writing a Research Proposal

Lecture 22 Major Research Institution Examples

Section 9: Research in the Digital Age

Lecture 23 Research in the Digital Age

Lecture 24 How to “Do Your Own Research” Appropriately

Section 10: Final Thoughts

Lecture 25 Final Thoughts

Clinicians, Students, Engineers, and anyone interested in how to conduct their own research

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Udemy | English | 2h 0m | 1.54 GB
Created by: Mark Greenhalgh

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