Obesity and Diabetes Final Paper

“SLP 4
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.
Discuss:

Data      collection procedures
Variables      and measurement
Data      analysis procedures (e.g., appropriate statistical test, software, etc.)
Study      validation and ethics
Study      Limitations

Conclude:

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
Useful resources:
Allen, M. (2017). Univariate Statistics. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. Accessed via https://dx-doi-org.ezproxy.trident.edu/10.4135/9781483381411.n646
Allen, M. (2017). Bivariate Statistics. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. Accessed via https://dx-doi-org.ezproxy.trident.edu/10.4135/9781483381411.n39
Alvarez, C., Greene, J., Hibbard, J., & Overton, V. (2016). The role of primary care providers in patient activation and engagement in self-management: a cross-sectional analysis. BMC Health Services Research, 16, 85.
Hammond, F., Malec, J. F., Nick, T., & Buschbacher, R. M. (2015). Handbook for Clinical Research: Design, Statistics, and Implementation. Part II: Statistics. Chapter 28: Hypothesis Testing. New York, NY: Demos Medical. Available via EBSCOHOST Available via EBSCOHOST.
Hammond, F., Malec, J. F., Nick, T., & Buschbacher, R. M. (2015). Handbook for Clinical Research: Design, Statistics, and Implementation. Part II: Statistics. Chapter 37: Significance Tests. New York, NY: Demos Medical. Available via EBSCOHOST Available via EBSCOHOST.
Khan Academy, (n.d). P-value and Significance tests. Retrieved 17th April 2019 from https://www.khanacademy.org/math/statistics-probability/significance-tests-one-sample/idea-of-significance-tests/v/p-values-and-significance-tests
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