"Fink excels in [her] introduction to research design and includes a useful discussion on threats to internal and external validity, [...] a particular strength of the work."
The course content has changed. However, sections of this book are useful to our students doing capstone projects
An excellent text providing the researcher with vital information to establish how to undertake good research with meaning.
Excellent book for evidence based research needed by DNP students, who are expected to conduct evidenced based projects.
Fink's excellent clarity of writing and well-structured text makes her book a superb supplement to a text that is more directly about programme evaluation.
Adequatley shows students how to explicate evidence to incorporate into research.
It was clearly written for students in a beginning research course, was skill based in terms of searching and evaluating the literature, and was offered at a reasonable cost.
While this text probably could work for my research methods in health course, it focuses primarily on
"evidence based medicine." The cost is reasonable.