Researching Health Needs

Researching Health Needs

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Researching Health Needs is an easy to use introductory guide to the main social research techniques used to gather evidence about the health needs of local communities. The reader is taken through the process of producing evidence, from the initial planning stages of research, to writing up, getting the message across, and trying to influence policy and practice. All of the methods are described in a simple and, as far as possible, non-technical way, and are extensively illustrated with concrete examples from existing studies. The author has adopted a comprehensive, and at times imaginative, approach to applied social research. Key features of the text include: coverage of both social survey methods... 59 Figure 5.2 Example of a quota sample 63 Figure 6.1 Respondent outcomes 76 Figure 6.2 Example of a cover letter ... 9.1 Example of a manual tally 118 Figure 9.2 Example of coding multiple response questions 119 Figure 9.3 Exampleanbsp;...

Title:Researching Health Needs
Author: Judy Payne
Publisher:SAGE - 1999-12-21

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