Research: Is obesity associated with diabetes risk among Americans aged 35-45?
Mastering research methods equips health researchers or practitioners to develop a strong research proposal. This skill is particularly important for seeking financial support to conduct research studies.
In 3-4 pages, discuss the following as they pertain to your study, and incorporate this discussion into a 10- to 15-page final paper consisting of all prior SLP components.
Data collection procedures
Variables and measurement
Data analysis procedures (e.g., appropriate statistical test, software, etc.)
Study validation and ethics
How your results will be presented (think about tables and charts you can create).
How your results will be disseminated – would you like to publish? If so, where would be a good place?
What the impact of your study may be (policy, practice).
Length: 3 to 4 pages typed, double-spaced.
· Please combine SLP1, SLP2, SLP3 & SLP4
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