This is your step-by-step guide on how to write successful research proposals in the health sciences, whether it is for a thesis or dissertation review committee, an ethical review committee or a grant funding committee. Using quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research approaches, follow the journey of Liang and Natasha, two fictional researchers who will help you complete your proposal alongside reading the chapters. This practical guide includes top tips from the authors, read-reflect-respond activities and examples of project plans to equip you with all the tools you need to succeed with your research proposal.

Feasibility, Track Record and Teams

Feasibility, Track Record and Teams

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Key terms/concepts

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  • Practicability of study design
  • Institutional environment
  • Team expertise
  • Track record – Research Opportunity and Performance Evidence
  • Early career researcher


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