Using a scientific approach, this title outlines a thorough process for conducting pharmaceutical practice and policy research and presents a theoretical and practical framework for research methods, supported by applications and examples.
Each chapter includes learning objectives, review questions, references, and recommended online resources to assist students.
The following topics are covered:
- conceptualizing and operationalizing research
- systematic review of literature
- experimental designs
- non-experimental research
- program evaluation
- measurement theory and methods
- sampling and data collection methods
- survey design
- secondary data analysis
As the only book available in this area, Research Methods for Pharmaceutical Practice and Policy
will be an invaluable resource for graduate students in pharmacy administration and health services research, undergraduate students in pharmaceutical science, and practicing pharmacists.