Healthcare education research, when carried out with “quality”, has the power to influence the practice of individuals and systems, locally and globally. Access to the understanding of what constitutes quality can sometimes seem shrouded in mystery to developing educators and education researchers. If what’s brought you here today is to uncover some of this mystery, then you’ve come to the right place.
Read on for select articles and advice for understanding quality in healthcare education research
their work because knowledge-building is a social and rhetorical act: that is, an act of sharing ideas, of argument and persuasion to come to agreement about what is known
Some key starter resources
Understanding the philosophy
Does your world view matter? Does a researcher have any impact on their research, outcomes, subjects? Read on to explore how philosophy has its hands on qualitative research
So what are the essential points around qualitative research? How does it differ from other kinds of research? Where can we begin?
What are the key aspects of a robust and quality educational research article? How can we know whether to trust and translate the findings?
Some worked examples of education research
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