Posted: June 3rd, 2015
Research question, hypothesis and variables
Problem: Cardiovascular diseases
o 1-Provide a Background and Significance of the Problem
2- Provide a Statement of the Problem (The problem statement identifies the specific gap in the knowledge needed for practice) and Purpose of the Study (The research purpose is a clear, concise statement of the specific goal or aim of the study that is generated from the research problem. It includes Type of Study to be conducted, Population, Setting, Variables).
Research Questions, Hypothesis, and Variables with Operational Definitions
o Research Question
o Hypothesis: Research and Null
o Identifying and Defining Study Variables
o Operationalize Variables
1-Background and Significance Section articulates the problem and need for the proposed innovation.
2-Statement of the Problem and Purpose of the Study is appropriate and supported with evidence.
3-Research Question is appropriate and meets all criteria.
4-Research Hypothesis and Null Hypothesis are appropriate for research question.
5-Variables are Operationally Defined.
6- Substantial conclusion
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