This classroom-tested textbook will assist dental students with their academic research activities and help them to be competitive in today’s fast-growing research environment. It is designed as a core text for dental school classes such as Research Methodology and Scientific and Technical Writing, as well as Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training, but will also be a valuable resource for students and researchers in related fields, such as the medical sciences and biomedical engineering. The authors start the book by explaining key concepts and common approaches in dental research, both in basic science and clinical dentistry. They then familiarize readers with evidence-based research in dentistry and how to write a systematic review, explain the process of designing and presenting a proposal, discuss reporting results both in scientific and clinical research, and cover ethics in research, highlighting the significance of adherence to ethics both in animal as well as human studies.
- Presents guidelines to overcoming research challenges faced by students pursuing dental degrees, as well as those studying the medical and biomedical sciences;
- Provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of dental research;
- Covers ethics in research—in animal as well as human studies
|Author(s): Fahimeh Tabatabaei - Lobat Tayebi|
English | 2022 | e-ISBN: 9783030980283 | 172 pages | PDF | 3 MB