University of Washington School of Public Health
Social Science Research Methods - BH 527, PHG 527
Introduces students to research methods in bioethics, ranging from qualitative to quantitative: interviews, focus groups, surveys, and experimental and observational designs. Students write research questions, match research methods to research questions, and conclude with a proposal that uses a social sciences empirical approach to address their research question.
Want to design a research project using social science empirical methods? Want to learn to craft proposals and grants for submission?
- Understand how social science empirical research contributes to and informs the exploration of ethically salient issues in health care and public health.
- Learn assumptions, epistemologies, methods, tools, and products of ethics research using these approaches.
- Identify conceptual models, research designs, and methods used in your own research project and justify why chosen tools are the most appropriate to address your research questions.
527 Social Science Research Methods (3 credits) (SLN#10936)
Bowen T 11:30-2:20 pm SOCC 303; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for entry code
Department of Bioethics & Humanities
School of Medicine
University of Washington