A research question is a sentence that defines what you will examine, within which population, and what the outcome of interest will be. Defining a clear research question is the first and most important part of the project. Though it sounds simple, writing a research question is tricky even for experienced researchers. This video will […]
Undertaking higher degree research (Masters or PhD) is great a way of acquiring research training and qualifications while continuing to work in a clinical position. In this video, clinicians who are in the process of completing higher degree research talk about why they began their degree, what training it has afforded them, and their experiences […]
For clinicians who are interested in conducting research, finding the time and space for research within a clinical role is a key concern. In this video, clinicians who have successfully balanced research with clinical commitments demonstrate that it is possible to add research to a busy clinical load, and share how they did it.
Clinicians who have not undertaken formal training in research are often very worried about how they will conduct their statistical analyses. In South Western Sydney Local Health District, there are statisticians who are available to support you in designing studies with appropriate methods and sufficient power to answer your research questions, and to support you […]
Clinical trials are a gold-standard for research examining new healthcare interventions. Clinicians are often daunted by the prospect of conducting a clinical trial because there exist specific guidelines around how they should be conducted. However, the fact that there are guidelines around conducting clinical trials means that the process is clearly laid out for you, […]