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AHPH 559: Research in Physiology: Overview

Course Description

In this course, students will have the opportunity to work in teams to identify a novel research question and develop a research protocol designed to answer that question. This process will include, but is not limited to, conducting a review of the pertinent literature, determining resource needs, and preparing to explain/defend the research protocol to the Salisbury University Human Subjects Committee. Parallel to this process, students will discuss original research articles and have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience to make meaningful contributions to an existing line of research. 

How can this guide help you?

  1. Develop a research topic based on preliminary research.
  2. Broaden or narrow a research topic based on interest and resources found.
  3. Utilize keywords from a research topic to search for resources.
  4. Discover the library resources available to students.
  5. Differentiate between scholarly, peer-reviewed sources vs. popular sources.
  6. Request materials not owned by SU Libraries through Interlibrary Loan.
  7. Evaluate sources based on disciplinary standards.
  8. Cite sources in the proper style based on disciplinary standards.

Spring 2024 Library & Macklin Center Workshops

The Priddy Library and Macklin Center for Leadership and Communication are sponsoring a workshop series this spring. See the pdf below for the full schedule. Register today for a workshop.

April 2024 workshops schedule flyer

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