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Essentials of Research Methodology for all Physiotherapy and Allied Health Sciences Students
Author:  
A Thangamani Ramalingam PT MSc (Psy) PGDRM ACS
 
SN Senthil Kumar MSc PT (UK)
 


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ISBN9789352706099
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2019
Pages382
Size 5.5" x 8.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
The aim of this book is to help physiotherapy and allied health sciences students to have an insight about research. It is an attempt to make the subject easy and comprehensible to the students. The book consists of three parts: Part 1 Introduction to Research; Part 2 Basic Statistics in Research; Part 3: Understanding and Publishing Research; Appendix with Question Bank and Glossary. It has 28 chapters which almost covers the syllabus in any Indian University for “Research” subject in physiotherapy and allied health sciences.
Key Features
• Ready reckoner for the physiotherapy and allied health science students to get aware with research scenario.

• Prepared as per the syllabus of Indian University for Research in physiotherapy and allied health sciences.

• Written simple and easily understandable language.

• Covers a wide range of contents in the relevant area.

• Includes exclusive topics like psychometric properties of tools, evidence-based physiotherapy, interpretation of statistics, understanding a research article, and critical appraisal of clinical trials.

• Important formulas have been highlighted in boxes for quick recapitulation.

• Includes question bank, glossary and appendix at the end of the book for easy learning.
Target Audience
• Would benefit other related disciplines in physiotherapy and allied health like pharmacy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and nursing.

• Useful as a handy resource for physical therapists in the area of research.
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