An assessment of the ongoing research support needs of Queensland PHCRED research fellows

Schultz, D., Smart, N., De La Rue, S. and Preston, R. (2008). An assessment of the ongoing research support needs of Queensland PHCRED research fellows. In: Child and Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS) Research Seminar 2008, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). 3 July 2008.

Author Schultz, D.
Smart, N.
De La Rue, S.
Preston, R.
Title of paper An assessment of the ongoing research support needs of Queensland PHCRED research fellows
Conference name Child and Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS) Research Seminar 2008
Conference location Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Conference dates 3 July 2008
Publication Year 2008
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Limited time and opportunity exists for primary health care (PHC) workers to undertake research. We wished to conduct a needs analysis of PHCRED research fellows in Queensland to discover whether PHCRED fellowships provide appropriate introductory opportunities for PHC researchers to acquire research skills. A secondary aim was to examine the effectiveness of fellowships in terms of meeting the Research Capacity Building Initiative (RCBI). We developed a series of questions pertinent to research training of PHCRED fellows. After obtaining ethical approval, the questionnaire was administered by telephone interview to all previous PHCRED Queensland research fellows. Quantitative and qualitative data analyses were conducted and feedback was given to all respondents. Thirty-six fellows were interviewed from February to April 2007. We conducted a needs analysis of PHCRED research fellows in Queensland.PHCRED fellowships may be effective in terms of meeting the Research Capacity Building Initiative (RCBI).
Subjects 111717 Primary Health Care
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

 
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