pts Sources of research topics often come from research priorities developed by

Pts sources of research topics often come from

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Question 175 / 5 ptsSources of research topics often come from research priorities developed by professional organizations and funding agencies. Which of the following is an example of a researchpriority in healthcare? Promotion of literacy in preschoolersVaccination of all children regardless of parents’ religious beliefsEffective and appropriate use of technology to achieve optimal patient assessment, management and/or outcomes p. 24 Question 185 / 5 ptsA researcher studies the effect upon dental caries formation of a year-long regimen of daily rinsing with a particularly noxious-flavored oral solution, only to discover than 285 of the 300 subjects in the study have withdrawn from it by the end of the first month. Which step in the research process was not properly undertaken?
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p. 54 Question 195 / 5 ptsWhich of the following statements best describes the relationship between research andpractice? p. 11 Question 205 / 5 ptsA research study contains the following in its Introduction section: “This study was undertaken to explore the effect of massage on total hours of sleep per 24-hour day, in persons averaging fewer than 7 hours of sleep per night, attributable to insomnia. . . . Presumably by increasing endorphin levels, massage seems to provide an immediate relaxation and an ability to sleep immediately following the session, but it is unclear
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