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Research Methods in Pharmacology: Course Outline (301)

This course offers an overview of the different approaches, considerations and challenges involved in social research. In addition to reviewing core human research methods such a interview, ethnographies, surveys and experiments etc.

Course Outline

Introduction to research

History of research

Research hierarchy

Types of research

Modern areas of research

Research planning

Identification of research topic and problem

Elements of a typical research plan

Research study formats

Data collection methods

Types of data sources of data

Data validity data analysis and result interpretations


Different styles of citation and references

Research ethics

How to write a good research proposal

Lab techniques and assay procedures used in different fields of pharmacy

Practice of writing synopsis and review/research article 

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