Getting the Word Out: Research, Reflection, and Writing for Global Health
Keywords:publishing, global; health, christian, evidence, research
The authors present a description of evidence and research from a Christian perspective, and the importance of sustainable motivations, accountability, transparency, and distinctions. They describe research methods, design, and tips on publishing as stewards of knowledge.
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