LO2 – Analyse, evaluate and interpret a wide range of data in order to focus on an aspect of health and well-being in practice.
LO4- Use research critically and effectively to sustain and develop their own practice in the health and well-being sector.
LO5- Communicate effectively with a range of colleagues, clients, professional agencies.
LO6- Demonstrate habits of critical reflection in own practice and begin to modify actions appropriately
Research project. 70% 5600 words.
Implement your plan, and carry out your project in your workplace.
Analyse, evaluate and interpret appropriate data relating to your project, considering how this data relates to or impacts on your chosen research focus.
Critically reflect upon the ongoing research project, showing the effectiveness of the processes you have used, including consultation with colleagues, clients and professional agencies.
Critically reflect upon your own personal and professional development and ethical work practice in relation to the small scale research project.
Highlight how your project has influenced practice in your setting
This is a possible structure for your small-scale research project. Please ensure you follow the assignment brief and learning outcomes in the module handbook.
College Front Sheet
Ensure you include a complete college front sheet. A copy of this is available on Google Classroom.
This should be done last and show each section of your work with page numbers.
Ensure your work has a beginning. You might want to introduce your role and the setting in which you work. Remember not to disclose the name or location of the setting. In this section, you also need to include the rationale, aims and objectives of your project.
This should be an overview of the literature you have researched to inform your project. Remember that this is not a list of sources but a critical discussion of the literature around your research topic.
In this section, you need to explain the methods you will use to collect the data for your project. If you are collecting data from participants you need to explain why you have chosen your data collection tools for example questionnaires etc. You also need to explain how you have designed these and what approach you are using for your research, for example, action research. If your project is literature-based you need to explain why you have chosen this and how and where you will collect your secondary data. For example what search terms will you use to find academic journals and what government policies will you be looking at. You must also briefly explain how you ensured the project was carried out ethically.
This is the analysis of the date you have collected. What does your data tell you and what themes or patterns have arisen? You may want to present some of your findings as tables and charts. If you are doing your project literature-based you will need to explain what you found out from the secondary data so what do the government policies, theories, journal articles tell you about your project.
Implement Changes Non – LIterature Based only
Discuss the changes you have made and explain why. Evaluate how these changes have been received. Evaluate the changes and explain the implications these will have on staff and service users. If you are doing your project literature-based you do not need to include this section.
From your research, what do you recommend? This could be further research or ways to sustain the changes you have made.
This should follow a model of reflection and you must reflect on how the project has impacted on you professionally, academically and personally. Consider what you have learned from doing this project and how you could use these skills in the future. This reflection is about you as well as how the project went.
Ensure your work has an ending as does not trail off or end abruptly. Draw your work to a close-by summarising what your project has been about. Remember do not include any new information in the conclusion.
Ensure you include all the sources you have referred to in your work on the reference list. The reference list should be in alphabetical order and follow Harvard Protocols.
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