University of chester dissertations

By | 11th May 2017

University of chester dissertations

Dissertation

This module will provide you with an opportunity to investigate systematically and in depth, a topic of direct relevance to your chosen area of application.

Module CodeNM7059
Level20
Credits7
CostContact Admissions

 

The aims of the module are to:

  • Provide you with an opportunity to investigate systematically and in depth a topic of direct relevance to your chosen area of application.
  • Enable you to draw on and contribute to the development of the growing body of applied knowledge and evidence-based practice.

By the end of the module, you will be able to:

  • Critically appraise literature relating to research topic and synthesise findings to formulate a research question.
  • Critically evaluate the interface between theory, research and professional practice.
  • Justify selection of research approach, design and data analysis within dissertation.
  • Critically reflect and analyse the professional, ethical and legal implications of the research study.
  • Demonstrate competence in conducting the research study.
  • Synthesise data to develop insights informed by existing knowledge and contributing to new knowledge.
  • Disseminate and/or publish research findings and recommendations.

University of chester dissertations

KSF – Core Dimensions

This module contributes to the following core dimensions:
1 Communication
2 Personal and People Development
3 Health, Safety and Security
4 Service Improvement
5 Quality
6 Equality and Diversity

 

For further information on the module, 
please contact:
For application information, 
please contact:
Dr June Keeling
Module Leader
Faculty of Health and Social Care
University of Chester

T: 01925 534065
E: j.keeling@chester.ac.uk

Health and Social Care Admissions
University of Chester
Parkgate Road
Chester CH1 4BJ

T: 01244 511000
E: hscadmissions@chester.ac.uk