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In the introduction, the purpose of the study must be stated clearly. It should be clear and concise.
It is important to specify the population that will be participating in the study, including their age, socioeconomic status and health. Also, it is important to determine how long the trial will be ongoing and whether a baseline or control group are required to evaluate results. Data collection methods, such as interviews or surveys, must also be considered. It is essential to identify the outcome measures so that they can accurately assess validity and draw correct conclusions.
The results and conclusions must then be logically derived from the significant outcomes measures. They should also address any ethical concerns that might have been raised during the trial, such as informed consent. This critical evaluation of key elements in designing successful research studies allows you to make sure that the results are accurate and participants are satisfied.