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#3.Study Framework a) is the framework explicitly presented or must it be extracted from the ROL? a) the framework of this study is a theoretical framework as there is a clear established relationship between the concepts of interests (types of pillows, mattresses, and positioning protocols used to manage the problem) and the variables (reduction of bilateral head flattening in preterm infants) . The framework of this study is easily understood and clearly presented in the framework section of the study and it does not need to be extracted from the ROL. b) does the framework describe and define the concepts of interest? b) the concepts of interest along with the factors affecting it, is clearly defined and described in the framework of this study. There are three factors discussed in the framework which are believed to be attributing factors to the head molding problems in preterm infants. The study reveals that different factors to be, uncontrollable factors in utero, therapeutic or care factors, and dependent or
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2011 for the course CS 2305 taught by Professor Ntafos during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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