Compile the components of the research proposal you have worked on throughout the course. You might need to do additional work to address applicable sections.
Review the toolkit for Ch. 31 of the Resource Manual for Nursing Researchfor details about the components.
Research2-3 peer-reviewed journals that would be appropriate to submit your study to and complete the table.
Section I: Research Proposal Outline
o Is the need for the study and its significance well justified and well argued?
o Is the proposed work innovative? Is it the right “next step”?
o Is the literature review succinct and cogent? Does it demonstrate expertise and lay a solid basis for the new work?
o Does a solid conceptualization underpin design decisions (and decisions about the intervention, if applicable)?
o Sampling plan
o Ethics procedures
o Direct surveys
Section II: Evidence Dissemination
|Peer-reviewed journal title||Criteria, what has to be submitted||Rationale for journal selection, who is on the peer-review committee||Stipulations for submission to the journal||Journal audience|
Develop a research proposal outline utilizing the work you completed for the weekly learning activities and the Research Proposal Outline template.
The last step after you complete a study is disseminating evidence. This includes how you will report your research findings.
Select three peer-review journals you can submit your proposal to and complete the matrix in Section II of the template.
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