Proposed Research Plan

I need at least 15 slides of a proposed research plan I will upload the direction below. Please follow the prompts this is a Social Work class.

PROPOSED RESEARCH PLAN

Overview

This final assignment is designed to help you conceptualize and articulate the basic characteristics of the proposed research plan. In previous weeks, you have learned how to logically structure or design a study meant to uncover data that produces a clear-cut answer (or answers) to the research question (or questions). You have also learned how to search the literature, identify your participant pool, and gather and analyze data.

In this assignment, you will incorporate feedback you have received from your instructor on previous assignments and create a recorded presentation of approximately 15-slides. This presentation includes work you have previously done, which you will revise and convert to slides and narration. Further, the presentation will include a focus on an evaluation strategy for the newly established services to people who are homeless.

By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following EPAs and practice behaviors:

C4: Engage In Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice

  • C4.GP.A Use practice experience and theory to inform scientific inquiry and research.
  • C4.GP.B Apply critical thinking to engage in analysis of quantitative and qualitative research methods and research findings.
  • C9.GP.A Select and use appropriate methods for evaluation of outcomes.
  • C9.GP.C Critically analyze, monitor, and evaluate intervention and program processes and outcomes.

Instructions

Include the following in your presentation. Use the titles below for the headings of each section. The number of slides indicated for each section are suggestions.

  1. Introduction (1 slide).
    • Provide a brief overview of the presentation.
  2. Intervention Strategies (1 slide).
    • Explain the intervention strategies that will be offered at the shelter.
  3. Synthesis of Literature (2 slides).
    • Explain the process of refining a research problem into a measurable research question.
    • Provide a synthesis of the best practices literature from the literature review. Be sure to summarize and evaluate the literature and explain the contributions each could make to the proposed study.
  4. Potential Participants (1 slide).
    • Identify the potential research participants, including explanation for the choice.
  5. Methods (2 slides).
    • Explain the methods you would use in your proposed study, including justification.
  6. Data Collection (2 slides).
    • Explain the sources and methods of data collection.
  7. Data Analysis (2 slides).
    • Explain how data will be analyzed.
  8. Limitations (1 slide).
    • Describe any limitations that can be foreseen in the proposed study.
  9. Dissemination Plan (2 slides).
    • Describe the primary audience and dissemination plan for the results.
  10. Conclusion (1 slide).
    • Summarize the proposed study.
    • Evaluate the potential for further study of the research problem.
  11. References.

Note: In addition to posting the link to your recording, attach your PowerPoint file with speaker notes to your assignment submission.

Additional Requirements

The assignment you submit is expected to meet the following requirements:

  • Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
  • APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA Style and Format standards.
  • Length of presentation: Approximately 15 slides.
  • Presentation format: Review the information about multimedia presentations in the Tools and Resources section. In addition to posting the link to your recording, attach your PowerPoint file with speaker notes to your assignment submission.
  • This entire course has been designed to help you understand the social research process from beginning to end. Everything begins with the identification of a problem or a hypothesis (or both) meant to shed light on an issue of concern. Next, a thorough search of the literature is conducted with a focus on subject matter, theoretical perspective, and research design. Once the research problem is clarified even more, a process of refinement results in a clear, overarching research question. Your research question will then lead you to a decision regarding methodology: the options are quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods. Depending upon the methods you select, it is important to understand the differences between collecting quantitative data versus qualitative data, along with the logistics inherent in each. Quantitative data undergoes statistical analysis for the purpose of interpretation: there are many different kinds of statistical procedures available to the researcher. Fortunately, most statistical procedures can be conducted with computer software. Qualitative methods, on the other hand, produce data meant to be descriptive or explanatory.After collecting and analyzing the data, you must prepare a report of your findings. In addition to writing the study in an organized and sequential manner, you also need to write for your specific audience. Will the readers be those affected by your study or other researchers seeking information on the same research topic? Finally, the social research process generally ends with the dissemination and utilization of the results. There are numerous avenues to be explored for dissemination and utilization purposes: professional journals, service providers, clients, and community organizations, to name just a few. How will you report and use the findings of your study?

    Competencies Measured

    • Competency 1: Use practice experience and theory to inform scientific inquiry and research.
      • Explain the process of refining a research problem into a measurable research question and attendant sub-questions.
      • Identify the potential research participants, including explanation for the choice.
      • Evaluate potential for further study of the research problem.
    • Competency 2: Apply critical thinking to engage in analysis of quantitative and qualitative research methods and research findings.
      • Provide a synthesis of the best practices literature from the literature review.
      • Describe the research methods to be employed in the study.
      • Explain the sources and methods for data collection.
      • Explain how data will be analyzed.
      • Describe any limitations that can be foreseen in the proposed study.
    • Competency 3: Use and translate research evidence to inform and improve practice, policy, and service delivery.
      • Explain the intervention strategies that will be offered at the shelter.
      • Describe the primary audience and dissemination plan for the results.
    • Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the social work profession.
      • Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the social work profession.

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