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The nature of the dissertation depends on your research question.  The 45 credit dissertation is normally a literature based study.

  1. Theoretical or literature based studies

Theoretical and literature based studies do not involve any type of primary data collection and have no human participants. These studies will make exclusive use of knowledge and ideas that already exist in written documents. Such literature based studies may follow a ‘systematic literature review’ methodology and aim to answer a specific research question. Alternatively they may have a more exploratory and discursive aim in which case an appropriately rigorous methodology will be used.

Presentation

  1. Double or 1.5 line spacing with a minimum of size 12 must be used for the main text. Single spacing may be used for quotations, footnotes and references. Pages may be single or double sided.
  2. To allow for binding, the margin at the binding edge of any page must not be less than 40mm. Other margins must not be less than 15mm
  3. Page numbering must consist of one single sequence of numerals throughout the dissertation. Page numbers must be displayed on all pages EXCEPT the title page.
  4. All tables and diagrams must be labelled and numbered.
  5. A list of contents, giving all relevant sub-divisions of the dissertation and a page number for each item
  6. The final word count (including footnotes and endnotes) must be inserted at the bottom of the contents page)
  7. The consent form and the feedback sheet should be inserted at the back of the bound dissertation after the appendices
  8. An abstract should be no longer than 300 words and inserted in the front of the dissertation

Appendix 2 – Example of a title sheet for submission of a dissertation

 

 

 

 

Title of Dissertation

 

 

 

 

 

 

A dissertation submitted to Sheffield Hallam University for the degree of

 

Name of  Award

in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing

 

 

 

 

 

Year of Submission

(or year of resubmission)

 

 

 

Candidates name

 

 

 

 

 

(word length to go at the end of the contents page and not here)

 

 

MODULE DESCRIPTORS

 

MODULE TITLE

 

Masters Dissertation Module ( health and social Care subjects)
Module Code

 

Level

 

7
Credit Points

 

45
Indicative Assessment Components &

Percentage Weightings

Dissertation 100%
Pre-Requisite Modules

(if applicable)

Appropriate Research module and 120 level 7 credits
Delivered according to Standard Academic Calendar

NO

Long:

2 semesters

 

YES

Short:

1 semester

NO

Other delivery pattern:

Please specify

 

 

 

1          MODULE AIMS

 

  • To undertake a extended piece of independent learning
  • To complete an original piece of work of the students choice
  • To demonstrate a critical understanding and use of appropriate research methods
  • To complete a piece of work that contributes to professional practice in the appropriate discipline
  • To justify and embed the work in critical analysis of the relevant literature and theory

The reason for having this module at this level is

This module completes the study at M level for this programme as it offers the opportunity for the integration of a wide range of aspects of theory in relation to practice in the chosen area of study. It also provides the opportunity to apply an understanding of research methods to the development of practice.

By this stage in the programme students will have developed as independent learners as required for this module. The project will focus on real organisational or practice questions and should have the capacity to influence the development of practice.

2          MODULE LEARNING OUTCOMES

BY THE END OF THE MODULE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO

  • plan and conduct an extended investigation of a topic of contemporary relevance to your area of practice
  • Justify the choices made within the project for example, design, data collection and analysis, management of ethical issues.
  • Show independent and original thought and insight.
  • Demonstrate a critical evaluative approach to issues arising in contemporary theory and practice.
  • Work with relative autonomy.
  • Present an appropriate report of the investigation.

3          INDICATIVE LEARNING, TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES

 

Your tutors will provide you with academic and professional support and guidance regarding the selection of the research topic, the methodology, data analysis, and preparation for publication.

Research support groups may be established to facilitate peer support and

feedback mechanisms.

A programme of optional Dissertation workshops are available across both semesters for students undertaking Masters dissertations within Health and Social Care.

A wide range of electronically based resources are available through the Leaning Centre to support independent study

The emphasis in this module is on learning through independent and autonomous study

A Blackboard site is available to support students’ progression through the various stages of completing a Dissertation

This is how the learning outcomes will be assessed

Formative assessment

Supervisors will provide formative feedback throughout the dissertation module

Summative assessment :

 

Dissertation

Submission of a written piece of work of 12,000 words. Where appropriate, the assessment may be submitted in different media, for example a video presentation.

This is how and when you will be given feedback on your performance …

Formative feedback

Feedback will be given by tutors and peers through the research support groups. Feedback may also be provided by the relevant ethics and clinical governance panels.

 

Summative feedback

Feedback from the written assessment will be following the assessment and award board

To achieve a pass you will demonstrate:

 

Learning Outcome
·         the ability to plan and execute a logical and well thought out project

·         A high level of skill in the design, execution and analysis of the chosen project area

·         Critical evaluation of the literature and research process.

1,5

1,2,3,5

2,4

·         An appropriately broad knowledge of the theory, research evidence and practice in the area under investigation. 2,3,4

2,3

·         Consideration of the key issues relevant to the subject with an adequate range of sources underpinning the review, analysis and discussion. 2,3,4,6
·         Your project’s relevance to contemporary Health and Social Care Practice. 1,3,4,6

 

4          INDICATIVE MODULE CONTENTS / TOPICS

 

This module is essentially an individual, self directed piece of work the contents of which will be specific to the student’s professional area and interests. The student will be expected to demonstrate a knowledge base relevant to the topic of interest as well as knowledge and understanding of appropriate methodologies.

Students will be advised appropriately about the necessity of obtaining ethical and scientific approval for their projects

These are examples of the content that the project will need to include:

  • abstract
  • literature review
  • justification for project
  • aim of project
  • methodology, with justification
  • results
  • discussion of results with reflection on previous relevant findings
  • conclusion
  • references
  • appendices

 

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