Methodology of Scientific Research • HRB4032

 

RESPONSIBLE PROFESSOR:

Ana Paula Fukushiro

Renato Yassutaka Faria Yaedú

Joel Ferreira Santiago Junior

 

CREDITS: 4

 

COURSE LOAD:

Theoretical
(per week)
Practical
(per week)
Studies
(per week)
Duration Total
4h 8h 3h 4 weeks 60h

OBJECTIVES:

Provide the student fundamentals of scientific method and knowledge to perform all tasks of systematic scientific work, since its formulation to its publication, ending with the writing of a dissertation or thesis. 

 

BACKGROUND:

The discipline is justified in the context of post-graduate studies aimed at training high-level researchers committed to the production of scientific knowledge and the transfer of knowledge. 

 

CONTENTS:

Science and knowledge: empirical, theological knowledge, philosophical knowledge and scientific knowledge
• The scientific method: observation, hypothesis, experimentation, induction, deduction, analysis and synthesis 
Scientific research, bibliographic, descriptive, experimental, choosing the subject of study, literature review, formulation of the problem and hypothesis, planning, pilot study, collection, analysis and interpretation of data 
The technique of writing scientific paper: introduction, development and conclusion: scientific language, structure of the research project, the structure of scientific communication structure for monographs, dissertations and theses, structure of full articles in journals 
Standards for writing dissertation / thesis at HRAC 
The question of the cost of experiments: research funding 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Carey SS. A beginners’s guide to scientific method.4th.ed. Cengage Learning; 2011.

Cervo AL, Silva R, Bervian PA. Metodologia científica. 6a.ed. São Paulo: Prentice Hall Brasil; 2006.

Creswell JW. Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches. 4th edition. Sage Publications. 2013.

Grigolli AAG. Metodologia do trabalho científico e recursos informacionais na área da saúde. São Paulo: Editora Santos, 2008. 208p.

Kannan S, Gowri S. Contradicting/negative results in clinical research: Why (do we get these)? Why not (get these published)? Where (to publish)?.PerspectClin Res 2014;5:151-3.

Lakatos EM, Marconi MA. Metodologia científica. 6a.ed. São Paulo: Atlas; 2011.

Lakatos EM, Marconi MA. Metodologia do trabalho científico. 7a.ed. São Paulo: Atlas; 2007.

Oliveira Neto AA. Metodologia de pesquisa científica. 1.ed. Florianópolis: Visual Books; 2005.

Rodrigues AJ. Metodologia científica: completo e essencial para vida universitária. 1.ed. São Paulo: Avercamp; 2006.

Sessler DI, Imrey PB.Clinical Research Methodology 1: Study Designs and Methodologic Sources of Error.AnesthAnalg. 2015 Oct;121(4):1034-42

Sessler DI, Imrey PB.Clinical Research Methodology 2: Observational Clinical Research.AnesthAnalg. 2015 Oct;121(4):1043-51

Sessler DI, Imrey PB.Clinical Research Methodology 3: Randomized Controlled Trials.AnesthAnalg. 2015 Oct;121(4):1052-64

Universidade de São Paulo. Hospital de Reabilitação de Anomalias Craniofaciais. Guia para elaboração de dissertações e teses: curso de pós-graduação – HRAC. 4a.ed. rev atual. Bauru: Hospital de Reabilitação de Anomalias Craniofaciais, Universidade de São Paulo; 2004.

Honório H & Santiago Junior. Fundamentos das revisões sistemáticas em Odontologia. 1ª ed. São Paulo: Quintessence; 2018.

 

 

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Seção de Pós-Graduação HRAC-USP

Horário de atendimento: de segunda a sexta-feira, das 8h às 18h (exceto feriados) | e-mail: secpghrac@usp.br