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Applied Research in Anti-Microbial Resistance

Description

The main purpose of this course is to introduce the candidates to quantitative and qualitative methods for conducting meaningful inquiry and research. They will gain an overview of research intent and design, methodology and technique, format and presentation, and data management and analysis informed by commonly used statistical methods. The course will offer the candidates an opportunity to address current methodological issues as they pertain to their own research interests thereby, providing each with the potential to knowledgeably justify and explain her or his chosen methodology and method.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, the participant will be able to:

  1. Conduct and compose a literature review on antimicrobial resistant genes (ARGs)/ antimicrobial-resistant bacteria (ARB) topics
  2. Critically appraise scientific papers related to ARGs/ARB
  3. Develop sound research proposals and evaluate their feasibility
  4. Measure the effectiveness of AMR programs

Course Outline

  1. Process of Conducting Research
  2. Research Design
  3. Qualitative Research
  4. Interpreting Qualitative Data
  5. Quantitative Research
  6. Study Design
  7. Sampling Concepts
  8. Descriptive Statistics
  9. Inferential Statistics
  10. Introduction to Mixed Methods Research
  11. Data Mining and finding the patterns and problems in the world of data
  12. Writing about quantitative findings
  13. Writing about qualitative or mixed methods findings
  14. Critically critiquing researcher Reports
  15. Applying research in the AMR field

Training Delivery Methods

  1. In-class method
  2. Online method
  • Duration: 30 Learning Hours

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Certificate

Participant who complete the stand alone course will be awarded a Certificate of Course Completion.