Courses, 2nd Edition (Original PDF)
This book describes How to Write the Thesis and Thesis Protocol: A Primer for Medical, Dental, and Nursing Courses. A thesis is seen as the culmination of research conducted as a postgraduate and is submitted as the final end product. Each thesis is a unique piece of research, with intent to extend the academic information in the area of specialization. The structure of the thesis explains the purpose, the previous research literature related to the topic of the study, the methods used, and the findings of the study conducted. This book is organized into 28 chapters, which follow the sequence of events in engaging with a thesis. A unique feature is the numerous examples in each chapter illustrating what to do, and often, what not to do. This book provides useful tools to improve thesis writing. It covers the basic information about conducting a good quality research and converting it into a quality thesis. A bibliography is provided at the end of each chapter for those wishing to delve further into the intricacies of biomedical research. This book shall also encourage the young medical researchers to convert their thesis into scientific papers in national and international acclaimed journals.