7 Steps to start a research project
Research is an important platform whereby leaders in any profession share their knowledge and expertise. Just like any growing profession, conducting and publishing research work is essential for Physician Assistants (PAs). Through research, PAs can highlight their vital roles in the Canadian Healthcare system in various clinical settings. PA research is important and very much needed yet challenging. It's often difficult to carryout meaningul studies especially when one lacks research background. This infographic aims to guide PAs interested in conducting research, in a stepwise fashion, from an idea to publication.Â
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