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BTEC Unit 22 - Research Methods
Transcript of BTEC Unit 22 - Research Methods
A fantastic opportunity to take on the role of a researcher in a health and social care setting - of your choice!
This unit will enable you to manage your own research project giving a very individual and dynamic approach to learning.
Investigating an area you are passionate about will not only enhance your knowledge, broaden your thinking but will provide you with new skills. Once completed you can wow your new employers and/or prepare for university life.
To Achieve a Pass
P1 Explain the function of research in health and social care.
P2 Discuss ethical issues relating to research in the health and social care sectors
P3 Compare different research methodologies for health and social care
P4 Plan a research project
P5 Report findings and conclusions from the research project.
P6 Report findings and conclusions from the research project.
To Achieve a Distinction
D1 Assess research methodologies with regard to ensuring validity of findings.
D2 Evaluate how the research project could have been improved.
To Achieve a Merit
M2 Discuss the function of research in a chosen area of interest
M2 Justify the research methodologies chosen for the project
M3 Assess strengths and weaknesses of the research project in meeting the aims or hypothesis
M4 Assess findings of the research project in relation to the original hypothesis.