Research Metodology

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17KBIMVP KZ 3 4P+8C Czech
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Department of Biomedical Technology

Methodical starting points of research. Methods and technology of research. Logic of scientific research. Theoretical starting points of research. Scientific information as a fool for everyday work. Structure of scientific information, possibility for their acquisition, methods of processing and application in practice. Description of principles for searching for scientific information. Description of specific systems, namely from health service. Final report.

Syllabus of lectures:

1.Types of research, legal aspects and financial support.

2.Clinical trials-aims, importance, types. Pharmaceutical clinical trials and their phases.

3.Correct and incorrect usage of statistics and testing of hypotheses. Interpretation of results.

4.Statistical analysis-different statistical tests and their selection. Errors and avoiding them.

5.Animal experiments-legal aspects, accessibility, practical information.

6.Ethics in research and clinical trials, ethical committees, informed consent, good clinical practice (GCP).

7.Information resources and their relevancy.

8.Writing of scientific and professional abstracts. Requirements on bachelor and diploma theses. Articles for journals.

9.Presentations of results-tables, charts, diagrams. Multimedia presentations.

10.Czech formal language.

11.English formal language.

12.Redaction and DTP work.

13.Patents and legal aspects.

14.Grants and grant process. European research and student projects.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Work with scientific articles^2. Structure of scientific writing^3. Diploma and bachelor theses^4. Methodology and evaluation of experiments and clinical trials

5. Formal Czech language^6. Redaction work and DTP

7. Presentations

Study Objective:

The aim of the subject is to teach students the basic

information about scientific writing, composing of reports

and other publications, about writing the bachelor and

diploma theses, overview of the research methods, grant

applications and procedures, and usage of different

information sources.

Study materials:

[1] Gustavii B.: How to Write and Illustrate a Scientific

Paper. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003.^

[2] Jordan R. R.: Academic Writing Course - New Edition.

Nelson, Walton-on-Thames, 2002.^

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