Research question should be written in the Exposure Disease Population (EDP) for

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Research question should be written in the Exposure Disease Population (EDP) format.
The paragraph should be broad and discuss the disease you are studying, give statistics, describe how important it is etc. Something to keep in mind for when you write the second part of the introduction where you discuss the 5 studies is that it does not have to be a clear story where all studies agree. For example, let’s say that you wish to study if stress levels increase diabetes risk. You might have 2 studies that point to an increased risk, 1 study that points to a decreased risk of diabetes and 2 studies that show no association. This is completely fine, the studies do not have to agree, your job is to discuss the limitations of each study and show the need for more research (a gap in knowledge) and how your proposed study will fill that gap.
HC425 Finding references
You need a list of 5 articles that you will discuss in the 2nd paragraph of the background section. This is a preliminary list, you may change the list later if you wish. Find a published study that is related to your research question (if your research question is very specific, go broader for now). For example, if you want to study if physical activity reduces the risk of fibromyalgia in women over 60, you can search for references on physical activity and fibromyalgia.
I like searching using Medline (EBSCO Search). You can find that search engine by going to www.worcester.edu/library and then click “find databases by title” and selecting “M” and finding it in the list. Once you have chosen Medline (EBSCO Search), use advanced search.
Try to make sure it’s an original study and not a review, meta-analysis, letter or opinion paper. The abstract should list a study population eg 85,000 women were studied for 8.5 years. If the abstract DOES NOT list a study population, choose a different paper.
If the abstract seems interesting, find the full paper. If you cannot access the full paper, you can request it from the library or choose another paper.

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