HOW TO SUCCEED SERIES Interested in undertaking research training? More health professionals are considering enrolling in a postgraduate degree that includes research training and many are choosing to do this part-time within already busy personal and professional lives. Many are also choosing to conduct research in areas that involve more than one traditional discipline or are closely linked to their professional practice. The challenges they will face are quite different to those of typical full-time students moving on from a first degree. This practical book guides health professionals and the academic faculty who supervise them through developing research ideas based on professional practice to successful completion and graduation with either masters or doctoral level degrees. Research training can be a complex process. It is daunting trying to juggle a personal and professional life and help and advice on this is otherwise hard to find. This book is ideal for healthcare professionals undertaking or considering undertaking part-time research training.
It is also invaluable for full-time research students and will be a great source of information for academic supervisors and course organisers. For more information on other titles in this series please click here
Professor of Medical Education and Head of School, Keele University School of Medicine