Aims & Objectives Dr. Carolin Elizabeth George Assistant

Aims & Objectives Dr. Carolin Elizabeth George Assistant

Aims & Objectives Dr. Carolin Elizabeth George Assistant Division Head, Division of Community Health and Research Bangalore Baptist Hospiatl Idea generation:

Research question formulation Overview of the presentation Idea generation Research question formulation Finer criteria

Framing Aims and Objectives PICO format Idea generation How to generate research question from a clinical scenario?

She never responded to sounds, but Deepa & Krishna said its normal Mili, 5 yr old: Not speaking

Moderate hearing impairment is there Cost?

Validity? Distribu tion? Prognosi s?

Efficacy? Risk? Beliefs?

Prognosi s? Cost? Cochlear Heari

ng aid Efficacy? Normal language Can we make a tool to screen children with

hearing defect? What is the prevalence/ incidence of hearing defect in children under 5? ????????? ?

What are the risk factors to develop hearing impairment? What are the health beliefs of mothers of children with hearing

impairment? Validity? Distribu tion?

Risk? Beliefs? Research question, hypothesis & objectives

How can you make a good research question? ArticleResearch question.pdf Framing an objective RQ: which is better?

RH: There is no difference between hearing aid and cochlear implant Objective: To compare the effectiveness of hearing aid and cochlear implant in children under 5 years with moderate hearing impairment Objective should be measurable Objective: To compare the effectiveness of hearing aid and cochlear implant in children under 5 years with

moderate hearing impairment Outcome (dependant variable): improvement in communication quotient measured by X instrument/X test

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