Dissemination of Research The goal of the scientific process is not only the k
Dissemination of Research
The goal of the scientific process is not only the knowledge gained from research, but the dissemination of that knowledge. For science to advance, those lessons must be shared, scrutinized, understood, and appreciated by others. This week, you will be introduced to methods of displaying and presenting data, summarizing and communicating the fruits of one’s research labors in an effective, clear, and compelling manner. You will also identify areas for disseminating research, including journals and conferences.
Prepare a research proposal outline for presentation
To complete this Assignment:
Design a 9- to 12-slide presentation of your research proposal including the following information:
Title of your research : Childhood Immunization
The research problem : Does educating parents in communities about childhood immunization reduce diseases rate or enhance vaccine rate among children?
The purpose of your research
The research design
The population and sample
Data collection strategies
Possible areas for dissemination
Resources Needed for this assigment listed below and also added as attachement
Neutens, J. J., & Rubinson, L. (2014). Research techniques for the health sciences (5th ed.). San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings.
Chapter 13, “Techniques for Data Presentation”
Chapter 13 provides techniques for data presentations, including table presentations and figure presentations. These techniques can be used to enhance text, increase productivity, and provide a variety of interactive activities.
Chapter 14, “Communicating your Research”
Once research has been conducted, the information and data is written in a report format for dissemination. Chapter 14 presents steps for writing the introduction, review of literature, methodology, presentation and analysis of data, and summary and conclusion.
Your written assignments must follow APA guidelines. Be sure to support your work with specific citations from this week’s Learning Resources and additional scholarly sources as appropriate. Refer to the Pocket Guide to APA Style to ensure your in-text citations and reference list are correct.