If you are currently using the guide, find the information valuable, or would like to continue having ... Research Strategies Australia was established in 2014 by Dr Tim Cahill. Tim has over 15 years experience working with stakeholders in Australia's R&D sector. The purpose of this chapter is to outline the types of research strategies which are used to investigate and analyse policies, particularly those related to health programmes and services.
Basically, these types of research strategies will involve analytics and recording of data in order to be able to interpret them to support hypotheses and come up with the best conclusions for the study that is being conducted. If we talk the types of strategies followed in research, there are generally of two basic types: Qualitative and Quantitative. However, if you go in deep there are many other strategies on the basis of your research type, such as Descriptive, Analytical, Applied, Fundamental, Exploratory, Critical, Interpretive and Predictive. Research strategies include interview studies and, in particular, case studies which attempt to record and analyze the critical events in which organizational 'rules and resources' are negotiated by reference to observation, document analysis, and interview data from multiple perspectives. Basic Research Strategy; Finding and Narrowing Your Topic; Finding Articles; Finding Books and Print Resources; Evaluating Credibility; Accessing and Storing Your Sources; Subject & Alphabetical Lists of Step by Step Guides; Citing Your Sources; NOTICE THIS GUIDE WILL BE UPDATED August 2020.