Chapter 2 – Read Finding a Topic – Book “Cottrell, R., Mckenzie, J. (2011). Health promotion education research methods: Using the five-chapter thesis/dissertation model (2nd edition). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning. ”
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There are potential sources when working on a research topic. The textbook suggests reviewing the literature, attending conferences, looking toward the work environment, grant foundations, and more.
Select an area of interest (only a topic) explain your enthusiasm for the selection.
Select a population – realistic accessibility to the group you are studying.
Selecta setting type (i.e., hospital, health center, school district, health agency). Hospital preferred
Describe your computer search process using databases, broadening the question, number of original articles on the topic, and the specific terms and descriptors to get to your area of interest.