Many allied health disciplines responsible for Assistive Technology and Rehabilitation interventions are considered 'research emergent’. They require focused support to engage in, and conduct, research. The Primary and Community Health Research Unit (PCHRU) in South Western Sydney (Australia) supports novice researchers, and particularly practitioner researchers, across these disciplines. This hands-on workshop showcases PCHRU’s strategy to move novice practitioner researchers from an initial idea to a ‘researchable question’ and formal research protocol. It will focus on
• Types of research activities and research questions
• Exploring and selecting researchable questions; and
• Identifying appropriate research methods and instruments to answer questions.
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