Cases collection includes hundreds of examples of research methodologies and techniques applied across medical specialties, as well as dentistry, nursing, and public health. It explores an extensive range of studies, including clinical trials, observational studies, epidemiologic research, systematic reviews and meta-analyses.
This collection of videos covers a broad range of key methods across medical and health research. Studies in numerous medical specialties, from cardiology to oncology, to infectious diseases, as well as public health and health services research are explored in engaging and accessible formats. Video tutorials give clear overviews of core methods and concepts in clinical research and epidemiology, while case study videos show the applications of these methods in practice. From clinical trials design and conduct, through digital health, remote health interventions and bioethics videos in this unique collection tackle both the established and growing areas of interest in medical research.
Grounded Theory Research: Twists and Turns From a Study to Discover How Emergency Nurse Practitioners Integrate Into Emergency Department PracticesAbstract:
There are very few academic programs in the United States that offer the emergency nurse practitioner specialization, and many emergency department providers are not familiar with the competencies and skills of the emergency nurse practitioner. This can make transitioning into emergency department practices a challenge for the emergency nurse practitioner... Read More
Identification of Obesity Intervention Candidate Schools Using Diverse Datasets and Discriminant Function Analysis in the Absence of Student Anthropometric DataAbstract:
Schools are important settings for multicomponent preventive programs that improve weight status of children and adolescents by addressing knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors related to physical activity, nutrition, and mental health as well as creating healthy environments such as better playgrounds and cafeteria policies. To prioritize dissemination of ... Read More
David Torgerson, PhD, Professor at University of York, discusses pairwise randomization in research, including reasons for using, suitable types of studies, and disadvantages.
A hard look at the hazards and regulation of the wireless technology that permeates modern life—from cell phones to smart neighborhoods—and its links to breast cancer, brain tumors, and electro hypersensitivity.
- Patricia M. Davidson - Johns Hopkins University, USA
- E. Vincent S. Faustino - Yale University, USA
- Sarah E. Lamb - University of Exeter, UK
- Wendy Lou - University of Toronto, Canada
- Arduino A. Mangoni - Flinders University, Australia
- Steven Piantadosi - Harvard University, USA
- Christopher Schmid - Brown University, USA
- Armando Teixeira-Pinto - The University of Sydney, Australia
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