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SAGE Research Methods

SAGE Research Methods: Medicine & Health

 

 SAGE Research Methods

The SAGE Research Methods: Medicine & Health collections cover primary clinical and epidemiological research, both interventional and observational, as well as systematic review and meta-analysis. Examples of studies are drawn from across all major medical specialties, as well as public health, nursing, dentistry, health policy, and services research.

Cases—Now live!

The case studies, written by researchers in the field, focus on research design, methods selection, and methods application. With an emphasis on the researcher’s experiences and decision-making in designing and conducting a specific study, they provide users with generalizable lessons from the use of chosen methods and a more realistic picture of research than what is often found in textbooks. Each case includes learning objectives, multiple-choice questions, and discussion questions, making them perfect for coursework.

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    Academic Advisory Board

    • Patricia M. Davidson, Johns Hopkins University
    • Vincent S. Faustino, Yale University
    • Sarah E. Lamb, University of Oxford
    • Wendy Lou, University of Toronto
    • Arduino A. Mangoni, Flinders University
    • Steven Piantadosi, Harvard University
    • Christopher Schmid, Brown University
    • Armando Teixeira-Pinto, The University of Sydney

    Video—Coming Summer 2021

    Bringing medical and health research to life, this video collection will cover research methods used across medical specialties. These include clinical study design, conduct and analysis, biostatistics, systematic review, and meta-analysis. The 60-hour video collection includes tutorials, case studies, in-practice films, and expert interviews.

    Epidemiological and infectious disease research methods, directly relating to the current COVID-19 pandemic, will be covered, making this a timely collection for medical and health students. Video player tools such as the ability to create custom clips and embed video in learning management systems are ideal for online coursework.

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