This work, covering evaluative research methodology, is part of the "Healthcare Active Learning" series of open learning books. The series offers courses ranging from 15-40 hours study time, and contains workbook sections, readers/resource sections, exercises and self-assessment sections.
One of the Healthcare Active Learning series of open learning books. The books are produced by the Open Learning Foundation (a group of higher learning institutions, mainly universities, devoted to promoting high quality flexible learning materials) and Churchill Livingstone. The books offer open learning courses ranging from 15-40 hours study time at an extremely low cost. The quality of the materials is high, and they are very flexible in allowing the student to choose when and how they would like to study. The books all contain workbook sections, readers/resource sections, exercises, and self-assessment sections. Features: * very attractively designed and laid out, making study interesting and pleasurable * offers enormous flexibility to students so that they can choose when and where they want to study * the new wave of titles in the series (of which this is one) also fit in with the new nursing courses in the UK for continuing professional development and advanced nursing practice * an extremely economical way of studying - HAL titles work out at about ?1 per study hour, much cheaper than most open learning materials on the market - and for nurses wishing to use them in the context of their PREP requirements it can work our very economically indeed * written by respected lecturers in the topic, put together by the OLFs experts in producing open learning materials, and published by Churchill Livingstone with all our experience in producing high quality books and learning materials