Doing Research in Emergency and Acute Care: Making Order Out of Chaos

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by Michael P. Wilson, Kama Z. Guluma, Stephen Hayden

This new text is not designed to be a complex, encyclopedic resource, but instead a concise, easily-read resource designed to convey key, “need-to-know” information within a comprehensive framework. It is designed for the busy brain, either as a sit-down read, or as a selectively-read reference guide to fill in knowledge gaps. Chapters are short and compartmentalized and limited to 5 – 10 pages, utilizing figures and diagrams instead of text wherever possible. Personalized, memorable, and sometimes even humorous “true story” research vignettes have been obtained from actual researchers and will be used strategically throughout the text in order to introduce or frame concepts. This format makes it easy – perhaps even entertaining – for the research novice to integrate and absorb completely new (and typical dry) material, and allows the seasoned researcher seeking to learn about acute setting-based research to empathically integrate learning points into his or her knowledge base. The textbook addresses aspects of feasibility, efficiency, ethics, statistics, safety, logistics, and collaboration in acute-disease research

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ISBN-13: 9781118643488
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 11/16/2015
Pages: 288

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