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Grassroots research: How to have a stab at your first project and succeed
journal contributionposted on 2023-05-16, 14:29 authored by Edmund AlbertEdmund Albert, Emily HansenEmily Hansen, Clarissa HughesClarissa Hughes
BACKGROUND: Current initiatives are aimed at building the capacity within Australian primary care to undertake high quality research and evaluation, including clinicians who are not primarily researchers. OBJECTIVE: To provide a simple guide to encourage practice based research projects. TIPS AND ADVICE: Be parsimonious with the amount of data collected, ensure the literature is searched first, keep the project as simple as possible, invest time in planning and managing the project, readily ask for help and advice, and make every effort to publish the results. DISCUSSION: A modest, carefully supported and systematic approach is recommended for increasing the chance of success and quality of the research.
Publication titleAustralian Family Physician
Department/SchoolSchool of Health Sciences
PublisherThe Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Place of publicationMelbourne