May 24, 2022  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog v2 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog v2
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HSC 2400 - Biomedical Research Methods


Prerequisite(s): HSC 2010 .
Biomedical Research Methods instructs students about how the process of science in biomedicine is conducted through biomedical research practice. The concepts of observation, Inductive and deductive reasoning, community feedback, and discovery are examined. Methods used to do biomedical research are emphasized. Biomedical and clinical literature, its function as sources for evidence, and its importance as a foundation in human-based studies, clinical studies, nutrition, and drug development are introduced. Students are taught how to find peer-reviewed evidence, the process in the development of published peer-reviewed evidence, the differences in evidence, how to determine the quality of the source, and how to organize individual evidence databases. Students will also be taught basic elements in biomedical and clinical communication and how to integrate peer-reviewed evidence into this communication. Credit(s): 3



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