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RMJ. 2019; 44(3): 468-471


Awareness of medical research among Allied health care professionals in different clinical settings.

Bushra Mehwish, Tooba Baig, Khuram Saifullah, Aftab Ahmed Mirza Baig.

Abstract
Objective: To determine the awareness of medical research among allied health professionals (AHPs) in public and private clinical settings of Karachi.
Methodology: This cross sectional survey on 297 AHPs was conducted in Karachi public and private clinical settings. After pretesting, a self-designed questionnaire was administered. The data were analyzed using SPSS version 21.
Results: Out of 297 AHPs, 108(36.36%) were with age range 25 and below. The year of experience was 5 years and below in 183(61.61%). There were 196(66%) females and 101(34%) males. Among all AHPs, 206(69.4%) showed fair level of awareness, 63(21.2%) good level of awareness and 28(9.4%) poor level of awareness.
Conclusion: This survey found that most of the AHCPs were having fair level of awareness towards research. They had basic awareness but require improvement and training regarding research.

Key words: Clinical research, health care provider, Evidence Based Health Care.


 
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Mehwish, B., Baig, . T., Saifullah, . K. & Baig, . A. A. M. (2019) Awareness of medical research among Allied health care professionals in different clinical settings.. RMJ, 44 (3), 468-471.



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Mehwish, Bushra, Tooba Baig, Khuram Saifullah, and Aftab Ahmed Mirza Baig. 2019. Awareness of medical research among Allied health care professionals in different clinical settings.. Rawal Medical Journal, 44 (3), 468-471.



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Mehwish, Bushra, Tooba Baig, Khuram Saifullah, and Aftab Ahmed Mirza Baig. "Awareness of medical research among Allied health care professionals in different clinical settings.." Rawal Medical Journal 44 (2019), 468-471.



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Mehwish, Bushra, Tooba Baig, Khuram Saifullah, and Aftab Ahmed Mirza Baig. "Awareness of medical research among Allied health care professionals in different clinical settings.." Rawal Medical Journal 44.3 (2019), 468-471. Print.



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Mehwish, B., Baig, . T., Saifullah, . K. & Baig, . A. A. M. (2019) Awareness of medical research among Allied health care professionals in different clinical settings.. Rawal Medical Journal, 44 (3), 468-471.








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