Research Methodology Series: Issue 1 Quantitative Versus Qualitative Methodology

  An SNJ Associates Series: Research Methodology Issue 1: Quantitative Versus Qualitative Approaches   Let’s start at the beginning… We are very excited today to launch the first issue in our new series examining quantitative, qualitative and mixed methodology approaches to completing research. This series is created and presented to our site visitors, who are new […]

SNJ Research News & Information Apr. 11, 2016: Zika Virus & Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, or ADEM

SNJ ASSOCIATES RESEARCH NEWS AND INFORMATION WEEKLY DIGEST APR 11, 2016 This week’s digest takes a look at Zika Virus and Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, or ADEM Research presented yesterday (April 10, 2016) in Vancouver, Canada at the American Academy of Neurology conference by a Brazilian research team suggests that “there is strong evidence that this epidemic [...]

SNJ Research News & Information Mar. 7, 2016: For or Against the Open Access of Academic Literature for Everyone?

SNJ ASSOCIATES RESEARCH NEWS AND INFORMATION WEEKLY DIGEST MAR 07, 2016 This week’s digest takes a look at the issue of the open and free access to academic literature The Debate About Free & Open Access to Academic Literature The concentration of academic publications over the years has resulted in what Lariviere refers to as [...]

Classification of Research: Levels of Evidence in the Scientific Literature of Health Sciences

Classification of Research ~Levels of Evidence The classification of research and the terms ‘Levels of Evidence’ along with more recent ‘Evidence Based Guidelines’ were discussed as far back as the mid-1960’s and continued into the 1980’s. The conversation was an attempt to standardize and formalize the classification of research information used across disciplines. The process changed [...]

Literature Reviews: Part 2 ~ Step By Step

Literature Reviews: A How-To Part 2 Step by Step This week’s post is Part 2 in our topic of literature reviews. Part 2 is a 6 Step process for completing literature reviews and will help you break down the process so you can effectively work away without being too overwhelmed. We decided to divide this topic into [...]

SNJ Research News & Information Feb. 22, 2016: Medical Technology Week: Liquid Biopsy and Secure Healthcare Team Communication in the ER

SNJ ASSOCIATES RESEARCH NEWS AND INFORMATION WEEKLY DIGEST FEB 22, 2016 This week’s digest takes a look at updates in technology research news regarding a liquid biopsy and secure healthcare team communication in hospitals Liquid Biopsy From a Saliva Sample What is a liquid biopsy? For many, a biopsy creates images of needles or a [...]