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Thread: PhD quitting advice

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10-Jul-17, 21:22
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That sounds stressful. Seems obvious you need a better supervisor. This is about you, your health and your future: it is worth finding someone supportive. Time off and a few months or medication may help.

Can you change your research? I'm doing a Prof Doc. and was able to switch focus and research (twice) initially. Not sure if it's as easy in PhD.

Hang in there.

Thread: Moderator FYI

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09-May-17, 20:38
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Thread: Survey Monkey - a credible tool at PhD level?

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28-Apr-17, 20:45
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posted about 3 months ago
Thanks v much for your responses.

Thread: Survey Monkey - a credible tool at PhD level?

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21-Apr-17, 22:13
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I am identifying a focus group of local health professionals who would be prepared to provide more detailed qualitative information through a survey, in order to gain extended responses about my topic.

I always use Survey Monkey (https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk) but it is limited in terms of number of questions, and I feel it lacks the credibility for doctoral level work somewhat....

What are your thoughts?

Thread: Social Media education - advice sought

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25-Feb-17, 20:15
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posted about 5 months ago
Thanks!! :-)

Thread: Social Media education - advice sought

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25-Feb-17, 18:48
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Yes this helps thank you!!!
I was thinking semi-struc. interviews, need to look into action research more though....
Have web analytics covered. Is yours published anywhere?

Thread: Research methodology - HELP!!

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25-Feb-17, 17:24
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Thanks so much for this, very helpful.

Yes the online Facebook resource is already set up and very successful, it has 9000 followers and 1000s hits/day. Facebook can provide hits/stats. Many of the page followers may just be happy clickers though (!) so I think I'll need to evaluate using a small group of legitimate Health Professionals as you say. I like your idea of mixed methodology combining a large analysis of data/readership, and then more focused smaller feedback. I used Survey Monkey before for previous work... but I am not sure if that is considered an valid academic tool.

Appreciate your help and any more thoughts warmly rec'd...

Thread: Research methodology - HELP!!

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24-Feb-17, 15:44
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As part of my Masters research I'm hoping to prove a Facebook Page is an effective learning tool for Health Professionals. I want to prove its educational function (knowledge bites/regular learning posts) can enhance clinical learning.
Difficult to prove?? How to evaluate????? Research methodology? I am really stuck :-/
THANKS

Thread: Social Media education - advice sought

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23-Feb-17, 19:42
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Hello. As part of my Masters I am looking at Social Media as an effective learning tool for Health Professional in General Practice. I want to prove that a Facebook resource I've created has an educational function which can enhance clinical learning. I'd appreciate any help with evaluating/measuring efficacy of such a resource. Any thoughts re. research methodology etc? THANKS

Thread: Research advice sought!!

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11-Feb-17, 11:20
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Hello. As part of my Masters I am looking at "Social Media" as an effective learning tool for Health Professional in General Practice. I want to prove that a Facebook resource I've created has an educational function which can enhance clinical learning.
I am really struggling to work out how to tackle this, the research methodology and how to measure it.
Any advice, no matter how brief, would be very warmly received!
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