Programme/Approved Electives for 2023/24
Available as a Free Standing Elective
Talis Aspire Reading ListAny reading lists will be provided by the start of the course.http://lists.lib.keele.ac.uk/modules/pty-20050/lists
To:-introduce the concept of using evidence to support best practice, demonstrate the need for critical reading, thinking and writing,develop the students'; knowledge and understanding of research principles,enable students to effectively describe, compare and evaluate findings from health and rehabilitation related research.
Intended Learning Outcomes
formulate a range of applied and clinical questions related to health and rehabilitation: 2formulate effective search strategies to identify best evidence using health related databases: 2identify different study designs commonly used in health and rehabilitation: 1extract and summarise key information from research articles: 1compare the methods and findings of different research articles: 1
30 tutor-led hours which includes:~ 18 hours of lectures~ 10 hours of workshops, seminars, tutorials~ two hours of assessment preparation120 hours of independent study including:~ 20 hours of directed study~100 hours of self-directed study
1: Report weighted 70%
Description of Module Assessment
1500 word written reportStudents will summarise two full text articles related to health and rehabilitation and compare the methods of the two articles2: Online Tasks weighted 30%
Online task of 40 minutes durationThe student's knowledge and skill in formulating a clinical or applied question to assist in, and then completing the retrieval of, research evidence from an electronic database will be assessed.