research proposal

research proposal  contain:

Title Page (All successive preliminary pages are numbered consecutively)

▪ Table of Contents

▪ List of Tables and Figures

▪ Abstract

▪ Chapter 1: Introduction

▪ Background of the Study

▪ Aim and Objectives

▪ Hypothesis (if needed)

▪ Significance of the Study

▪ Definition of Terms

▪ Chapter 2: Literature Review

▪ Related Studies (Literature MUST be comprehensive, relevant, and updated; five- year span to present; critize each study, analyze the concepts, and synthesize the results and discussion; towards the end of the review, identify the research gap and issues.)

▪ Chapter 3: Methods (This can be modified depend on the type of the study)

▪ Research Design (What design, and why you choose this design for your study?)

▪ Sample of the Study a. Sampling design (include sampling methodology) b. Sample size c. Inclusion and exclusion criteria

▪ Data Collection

▪ Data Analysis

▪ Ethical Consideration

▪ References

▪ Appendices APA template is available to further guide each student in writing their thesis proposal.

Fictitious Insurance Company-Flood

INSTRUCTIONS: Create a fictional company addressing the issue “Flood”. In your field of study, create the following plan.

  1. Health/Public Health – How will you ensure health and public health systems stay operational and accessible?
    1. Risks
      1. Injury Prevention
      2. Preventable Death
      3. Hospital/Ambulance Availability
    2. Solutions During Crisis
    3. Solutions After Crisis

Be sure that you have a separate page for all of your references. Be sure that every reference is cited in the document. Each person’s section should have two credible sources

Health Science

You and your colleagues had a twitter conversation in which you all addressed a specific aspect of the emergency in your communities through the lenses of your professions.

Tweets can only go so far in imparting critical information. Podcasts have become a go-to for millions to get credible information quickly and on demand. In your leadership role, you will often need to communicate using modes of communication that are low costs and will reach your stakeholders wherever they may be. Podcasts can accomplish this.

You will create a 5-minute podcast that provides your community with more information about the issue you tweeted about, including where your task force work is at.  You have several options for creating your podcast.

  • You can choose to pair up with someone else and do a joint podcast. One of you can play the podcast host, while the other serves as an expert guest. If you are the host, you will still be expected to share information that showcases your knowledge on the topic. In essence, you’ll be both hosting and contributing insights and knowledge, If you are the guest, you can also feel free to ask your host questions or invite a dialogue in a certain area. These sorts of podcasts are a give-and-take dialogue that enriches the audience. While this approach involves a bit more coordination, it is often more fun and overall less work for each of you. You will each likely receive the same grade as long as you both show that you have contributed substantially to recording your podcast.
  • You can serve as a solo podcaster. In this case, you will record your podcast much like a short TED podcast with just the one person.

Whichever you choose, you want to speak persuasively and compellingly. Imagine that you really need your community’s buy-in and have these few minutes to get it. The information should be evidence-backed, closely aligned to the issue at hand (e.g., digital safety, being savvy to scammers, home preparations, etc.) and very focused.

You will need to address at least one legal or compliance issue involved in your discipline’s perspective. Use your profession’s best practices, as well, when you provide your recommendation to your audience.

This will involve some research. You should have at least three sources of current, highly credible information and should credit your sources in your podcast by organization or research (not by document).

Note that you must provide a transcript in a Word or PDF format to ensure all can access what you have created as part of the Americans with Disabilities Act. (Note: this is important to always be aware of in your professions!)

Discuss why viruses are more difficult to treat than bacteria and how they affect our body. 

Discuss why viruses are more difficult to treat than bacteria and how they affect our body.

  • Identify properties  of viruses, characteristics, viral nucleic acids and life cycle of animal viruses.   (You can help yourself to answer this question reading the PowerPoint in the Modules here in Canvas Chapter 5  Viral structures and multiplication, pages 8-10, 14, 18, 20, 21, 26, 27, 41-44.)
  • Pick one virus ( HIV, COVID-19, Influenza, Herpes, Smallpox, Rotavirus or any other you may have heard) and research about that virus: characteristics, how does it enter human body, and how does it affect the human body and if it is any prevention and treatment for it.

When doing research online, make sure you search more than one source and write the reference of your sources in your work

What are the personal and/or communal ethical factors that may be involved in determining the moral position of either side in that debate

  • What are the personal and/or communal ethical factors that may be involved in determining the moral position of either side in that debate
  • articulate and then evaluate the ethical positions using Kantian ethics (that is, the categorical imperative) relative to the long-standing debate (that is your topic chosen in the week three assignment).


In this case-based project, students will apply feminist science studies to a “real world example.” Individuals will select a public text related * to science and gender, race, or sexuality (or all 3): a media story about sex differences in a particular health condition; a career mentoring program for women of color scientists; a graphic medicine memoir; the CDC site on LGBT health—the possibilities are limitless

Culture Presentation

Pick a culture(broad or specific) and

•               describe what being healthy and well means to that culture

•               discuss pros and cons of that cultures diet and lifestyle activities as it pertains to health and wellness as described in your text book

•               evaluate the risk factors associated with that culture for illness as related to the cultural lifestyle

•               suggest ideas to increase longevity and decrease illness in that culture (if applicable)

•               use current references

•               be creative

Professional Development Plan

Professional Development Plan: Part 1

Attached Files:

Part 1: What guides your career choices?In this course, you were asked to (1) identify your core values, (2) think about the key values and characteristics of leaders working for social change, and (3) reflect on your leadership experiences and role models. Use this information to draft a Personal Mission Statement and a Statement of Leadership that will guide your career choices. A Personal Mission Statement is a brief statement of 3-5 sentences that not only expresses who you are, but also who you want to become. As a written document, it formalizes your values and your goals and functions as a set of guidelines for making decisions in your personal and professional life. A Statement of Leadership is similar to a Personal Mission Statement; however, it focuses on the characteristics and behaviors that you value and want to demonstrate when working on projects in teams, organizations, and community settings. This statement is also approximately 3-5 sentences.Include 1-2 paragraphs explaining how you came up with your statements, why these statements are important to you, and how you think they will guide your career decision-making process.

Identify two different sources that are conversing on your topic. Share some commentary on each of these two sources. 

Complete the five steps listed above. Number your responses according to the text above (i.e. 1., 2., etc.). Here are the requirements for the discussion:

  1. Choose an argumentative topic that is related to your career or field of study. After viewing the following video, share your research question.  For additional help see pp. 24-25.
  2. Identify two different sources that are conversing on your topic. Share some commentary on each of these two sources.
  3. Two peer-reviewed journal articles, which can be located in the Keiser Library online. (Use ProQuest, EBSCO, and JSTOR as starting databases.)
  4. Identify how both sources relate to what you listed as your topic in Point 1.
  5. Explain how these sources relate to one another. How are they adding to one another?
  6. Finally, identify what these sources add to your knowledge, what questions these sources raise, what is missing from them, and what you might be able to add to this “conversation.”

Criteria for Success:

  • Your main post should contain 360 or more words.

Iam study biomedical sciences program.

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Family Psychoeducation And Group Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy

Family Psychoeducation And Group Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy

Watch this video then do 4 slides on drug use and treatment in the U.S. pertaining to the video link I typed up above.

1st slide should be introducing myself

2nd slide is the history on drug use in the U.S.

3rd slide is questions on where you would like to see the conversation go. For example, why doesn’t treatment exist for everybody and why the disparity?

4th slide is the closing (what would you want you audience to walk away with?

The professor wants this in a PowerPoint but you can just type it in Microsoft word.