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health policy recommendations

You will develop an analysis report, in five main sections, including (1) introduction, (2) research method (which includes your research questions/research objective, description of your data set, and your method of analysis), (3) research results, (4) conclusions, and (5) health policy recommendations. This should be a 5-6 page analysis report.

Here are the main steps for this assignment.

Step 1: Develop your analysis based on your approved research topic for Assignment #2

Step 2: Develop your formal research question or research objective – derived from the topic

Step 3:  Run the analysis using an analytical software package (Analysis ToolPak or R)

Step 4: Create your analysis report based on the following instructions for this assignment.

The Report Structure:

Start with a

1. Cover page (1 page, including running head).

Please look at the example (you can download the file from the class) and to learn more about the APA style.

In the title page include:

  • Title – this is your approved topic
  • Student name
  • Class name
  • Instructor name
  • Date

2. Introduction

Introduce the problem or topic being investigated. Including the relevant background information, for example;

  • Indicate why this is an issue or topic worth researching;
  • Highlight how others have researched this topic or issue (whether quantitatively or qualitatively), and
  • Specify how others have operationalized this concept and measured these phenomena

Note: Your introduction should not be more than one or two paragraphs.

Literature Review

There is no need for a literature review in this assignment

3. Research Question or Research Hypothesis

What is your Research Question or Research Hypothesis?

***Just in time information: Here are a few points for Research Question or Research Hypothesis

There are basically two kinds of research questions: testable and non-testable. Neither is better than the other, and both have a place in applied research.