This handbook targets beginning researchers in the allied health professions. It addresses how to design and execute a research project and provides tips and advice in a clear and user friendly format.
The Handbook for Allied Health Researchers, published by the Menzies Foundation, is designed to promote research in clinical practice and to assist new researchers to “get started”. It is the result of a multi-disciplinary collaboration across Allied Health disciplines including psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists and social workers.
Details on the contents and contributors are shown below.
The cost is $33 (GST Inc) plus postage. We believe that the volume will interest students, researchers and academics, including those who are not directly involved in one of the allied health disciplines.