Why should you formulate a clinically relevant, well-defined research question?
Developing your research question, including a supportive hypothesis and objectives, is a necessary step in producing results to be used in evidence-based practice.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Outline approach to formulating structured, clinically-relevant research questions
- Highlight importance of evidence-based approach to critically evaluating scientific literature
- Review existing tools and resources
- Review relationship between types of clinical questions and study design
- Explain the relationship between research questions and objectives, specific aims, hypotheses, power/sample size, and statistical analysis.
- Formulating Research Questions, Hypotheses and Objectives (4:39)
- Formulating YOUR Research Question (8:46)
- Critically Evaluating Literature (4:52)
- Dartmouth EBM Resources (3:06)
- Clarifying YOUR Question (5:53)
- Formulating Structured Questions (7:42)
- Creating a Solid Foundation (7:38)
- Post-Course Evaluation
- Course Completion Verification