A searchable database of approved research proposals from MRANZCOG Trainees.

This module introduces the principles and methodology of biomedical research, the range of study types available and the process of developing a research question. It also introduces some of the key terminology associated with biomedical research.

It is recommended that participants work sequentially through the topics.

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This module introduces the principles and practices of research and of conducting a focussed literature search in response to a research question. It introduces research methods associated with data collection and guides participants through the use of electronic databases such as Medline, PubMed and Ovid.

On completion, participants should be familiar with available online resources and associated terminology and be able to conduct a small focussed literature review. It is recommended that participants work sequentially through the topics.

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This module guides participants through the processes involved in developing a hypothesis relevant to their own research interests. It addresses different types of research and research methodologies.

On completion of this module, participants will have developed a hypothesis to be tested and determined an appropriate research methodology.

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This module guides participants through the processes involved in writing a research grant application and seeking ethics committee approval for a clinical or laboratory based study. It addresses ethical and governance concepts.

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This module equips participants with the skills required to apply basic statistical analysis to clinical data. It introduces the tools and terminology associated with the collection, collation and analysis of data. It also examines a number of available clinical study designs.

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This module equips participants with the skills required to critaically appraise scientific research papers and to write a literature review. It addresses the critical appraisal and evaluation of relevant literature, tools and techniques available and the required format for writing a review.

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This module guides participants through the steps involved in the planning, writing and presentation of a research paper. It addresses Scholarly Integrity and Ethics in Medical Writing, the Peer Review Process and appropriate forms of citation and acknowledgment of the contributions of others.

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