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primary research

primary research

Primary school English teachers’ research engagement

Series on Research in Primary Care. DEVELOPING RESEARCH IN PRIMARY CARE M Saks, M Williams, B Hancock (eds) RESEARCH APPROACHES IN PRIMARY CARE A Wilson, M Williams, B Hancock (eds) STATISTICAL ANALYSIS IN PRIMARY CARE N Mathers, M Williams, B Hancock (eds) Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press, 2000, £15.95 each.

Research approaches in primary care. Andrew Wilson, Martin Williams and Beverley Hancock (eds). (182 pages, £15.95.) Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 2000. ISBN 1-85775-392-5.

Primary care research: ends and means

Primary care research in the postmodern world

Primary care research—an international responsibility

Multimorbidity in primary care: developing the research agenda

Improving recruitment to health research in primary care

Why does primary care need more implementation research?

Electronic medical records: the way forward for primary care research?

Getting to the truth? Researching user views of primary health care

Using research in primary care: a workbook for health professional. Alan Gillies. (154 pages, £24.95.) Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 2002. ISBN 1-85775-936-2.

How to use participatory action research in primary care

The use of electronic databases in primary care research

Text message communication in primary care research: a randomized controlled trial

Action research: a useful method of promoting change in primary care?

Current primary health care practices and research challenges in Latin America

 

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Techniques of original data collection or research direct from the target respondents. Primary research is different from secondary research in that secondary research uses data or research that has already been collected. Primary research includes qualitative and quantitative research and can include surveys, focus groups, questionnaires, and interviews. Since primary research typically takes anywhere from weeks to months to gather and is very expensive, secondary sources are typically exhausted first before any primary research is conducted.

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