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1 Research planning Dr. Nicolas Padilla Raygoza Department of Nursing and Obstetrics MCM María de Lourdes García Campos Department of Clinical Nursing Division of Health Sciences and Engineering Campus Celaya Salvatierra University of Guanajuato

2 Bioskectch Dr. Nicolas Padilla Raygoza Medical Doctor by University Autonomous of Guadalajara. Pediatrician by the Mexican Council of Certification on Pediatrics. Postgraduate Diploma on Epidemiology, London School of Hygine and Tropical Medicine, University of London. Master Sciences with aim in Epidemiology, Atlantic International University. Doctorate Sciences with aim in Epidemiology, Atlantic International University. Professor Titular A, Full Time, University of Guanajuato. Level 1 National Researcher System

3 Bioskectch MCM Maria de Lourdes Garcia Campos Bachelor in Nursing and Obstetrics, University of Guanajuato Master in Medical Sciences, University of Guanajuato Pediatrician Nursing Postgrade in training in research on Drughs Phenomenon PREINVEST Department od Intensive Care, Pediatrics and Preterms, IMSS Celaya Full time profesoor Associated B University of Guanajuato

4 Objectives At the end, the reader should be: To describe what is an idea To dissect an idea To propound the problem To identify the elements of a research

5 Origin of research “ It is more important to science, namely to formulate problems, to find solutions ” Albert Einstein Idea This is the first approach to reality to be investigated. An investigation begins when the researcher questions the facts observed.

6 Ideas First, they are vague and they requires transformed in more precise and structured so requires knowledge of the subject: 1. To read previous studies. 2. To check references. 3. To consult experts (face to face or by internet).

7 Sources of research topics Experience (practice) Theory Literature External sources (priority issues)

8 Theme features It must be: Original Novel Interesting Useful and relevant

9 Background information 1. Do not duplicate efforts. 2. More formally structured work. 3. To define the perspective of approach

10 Delimitation of the problem To write the ideas To describe the problem area To mention the importance and priority that will solve the problem for the subject of study To review the literature to develop a broad conceptual context

11 Criteria for propound a problem Express a relationship between two or more variables. Identify the phenomenon under investigation. Propound it as a question The approach must involve the possibility of an empirical test.

12 Problem Statement Research benefits Relevance Social relevance Practical implications Theoretical value Utility methodological

13 Example What is the relationship between the degree of dependence of renal transplant patients and speed their recovery? What is the process through which the adult make decisions regarding the placement of their elderly parents in a nursing home?

14 Elements question Variables Analysis Unit (population) Interrelationships

15 Stages of research 1a.- Preparation and workplan 2a.- Collection, organization and analysis of data 3a.- Preparation and submission of the report

16 Preparation and workplan Introduction Introduction Justification Justification Problem Statement Problem Statement Conceptual theoretical framework: Theories and knowledge. Conceptual theoretical framework: Theories and knowledge. Hypothesis Hypothesis Objectives Objectives Methodology (planning) Methodology (planning)

17 Research protocol Document that specifies what the researcher intends to study and how he(she) planned the study. “Plan of a scientific research project, clear and precise in time and space”

18 Basic components: - Títle (3 basic questions: what, where, and when). Concrete, concise, brief (no more than 15 words). - Introduction (Overview of the project). - Justification (Background and significance of the problem). Research protocol

19 Basic components: - Propound of the problem - Theoretical, conceptual or contextual of reference framwork. - Hypothesis - Objectives Research protocol

20 Basic components: - Methodology. - Ethical and legal considerations. - Schedule of activities - Difussion Research protocol

21 Basic components: - References - Annexes and appendices Research protocol

22 Conclusion Completed the protocol is submitted to the Committee on Bioethics of the institution supporting the project.


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