NUR 511 - Basic Principles of Quantitative Research Design

3 credits ( 3 didactic hours )

Prerequisite:
PhD and MS-PhD students in Health Practice Research or permission of instructor.

Description:

This course covers basic principles of quantitative research design with human subjects. The topics covered include the analysis of causal relationships; threats to internal and external validity; experimental, quasi-experimental, relational, and descriptive designs, and case control and cohort study designs. Students will be introduced to designing an a priori analytic plan for the various types of studies.

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