Integrated Research Methods In Public Health (Original PDF from Publisher)
By Muvuka Baraka, Muriel J. Harris
Explore an integrated approach to public health research methods
In Integrated Research Methods in Public Health, a team of eminent public health researchers delivers an eye-opening exploration of public health research methods presented with integrative approaches to teaching that facilitate holistic and transformative learning experiences. The methods used in this book enable students to make connections between concepts and content areas more readily than with traditional approaches.
In this book, readers will find extensive use of the concept of the co-construction of learning, in which the active participation of students and instructors in an interactive, varied, and student-centered learning environment is achieved. It also includes:
- Mini case studies, team learning exercises and worksheets, and group project outlines
- Literature reviews that showcase the latest developments in the research on the subject
- Integrated considerations of ethical issues, cultural responsiveness, theoretical foundations, and philosophical underpinnings
Perfect for senior undergraduate and graduate students in public health, Integrated Research Methods in Public Health will also earn a place in the libraries of public health and social science academics and researchers, as well as public health practitioners and professionals working in non-profit organizations with public-health related services.
- Publisher : Jossey-Bass; 1st edition (December 28, 2022)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 368 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1119619882
- ISBN-13 : 978-1119619888