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This section is designed to help you get started with research. By becoming research active we can engage with our areas of specialty and our teaching and learning. We can better our practice as well as share knowledge with one another.
There are a number of reasons to get involved in research:
To gain first hand experience in the research process
To share knowledge and expertise
To contribute to the current body of knowledge on a topic
To enhance your understanding of a topic and discover new information
To get published
To collaborate with others and build new professional relationships
To build up your CV and as part of your continuous professional development