SHPA proudly supports the Research Toolkit series, which aims which aims to support members in conducting and publishing their research. This series is coordinated by the SHPA Research Leadership Committee, and hence shares the insights and experience of our most research-passionate members. If you’re keen to make a difference to patient care, not just in your daily practice, but in improving practice itself, then this series is for you.
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Surveys are commonly used in many areas of health research. Accurate, reproducible survey results lead to new discoveries and expand our knowledge in the health sciences. Applying better practices to our research can get us well on the way to achieving such a feat.
If you have been involved in collecting or managing data for research studies, chances are you have heard the word ‘REDCap’ being thrown around.
If you are conducting medical research and want to find whether there is a relationship between your variables in your study, you can use a statistical method called linear regression to analyse your data.