What do you want to find out/ examine or explore? What is the main question / statement you wish to answer/ explore? Have you included a specific target population and location/ context in your research question / statement? What are the key areas which w

What do you want to find out/ examine or explore? What is the main question / statement you wish to answer/ explore?
Have you included a specific target population and location/ context in your research question / statement?
What are the key areas which will be addressed in this proposal?
Have you read around your research topic?
Have you provided background information of important historical and contextual events/ research which informs the reader about why and how the research problem you are researching exists?
What other studies have been conducted and what is their relevance to your study?
Why is this secondary research important to your field of practice?
•    Where appropriate, have you evidenced the research problem with relevant statistical evidence supported by relevant literature sources?  
•    Have you objectively justified the research using relevant literature sources?
What is the aim of the study – what do you want to achieve? (Identify one aim)
Does the aim of the study relate to your research question/ statement?
What are the objectives of the study? 
Do the objectives listed address the chief aim of the study? (identify at least 3 objectives)
How will you conduct your literature search?
What search engines and academic/ professional data bases will be accessed?
What relevant key words will be used in the literature search?
Have you explained your literature search exclusion and inclusion criteria and justified it?
How you will address ethical and anti -oppressive issues relating to your research area and practice?
What will be in each section of the project?
Chapter 1:  (Introduction, background/ rationale, literature search strategy, Ethics and Anti-oppressive practice considerations, project outline, etc.)
Chapter 2: Literature Review (Break down objectives  to  formulate  thematic headings and subheadings in this chapter) 
Chapter  3: Application of theory to practice through 
•    An analysis of relevant  theoretical model/s- case studies  relating to study topic  (Youth and Social Work students)
•     An analysis of relevant policies/legislation tackling health issue and critically assess outcomes based on literature. (2) An identified case study of service delivery via a justified organization/agency (3) identifying one specific programme/intervention within chosen organization/agency and critically assessing its strengths and weaknesses in relation to policies analyzed above. (All Health Students)
Chapter 4: Conclusions, recommendations and reflection
•    Summary of project, conclusion - Recommendations based on the secondary research
•    Reflection (A critical analysis and evaluation of what you have learnt conducting this project:  ask yourself what happened, why, how and what if.  What did you learn, what would you do differently next time etc.)

When will your secondary research start and finish?
Have you identified specific targets/ actions for completion within specific time frames? (e.g.  a table with two columns and list your targets/ actions and timeframes, i.e. specific dates. Consider time for supervision sessions and acting on feedback)
Have you provided a comprehensive reference list of all cited literature sources?
Have you included a specific target population and location/ context in your research question / statement?
What are the key areas which will be addressed in this proposal?
Have you read around your research topic?
Have you provided background information of important historical and contextual events/ research which informs the reader about why and how the research problem you are researching exists?
What other studies have been conducted and what is their relevance to your study?
Why is this secondary research important to your field of practice?
•    Where appropriate, have you evidenced the research problem with relevant statistical evidence supported by relevant literature sources?  
•    Have you objectively justified the research using relevant literature sources?
What is the aim of the study – what do you want to achieve? (Identify one aim)
Does the aim of the study relate to your research question/ statement?
What are the objectives of the study? 
Do the objectives listed address the chief aim of the study? (identify at least 3 objectives)
How will you conduct your literature search?
What search engines and academic/ professional data bases will be accessed?
What relevant key words will be used in the literature search?
Have you explained your literature search exclusion and inclusion criteria and justified it?
How you will address ethical and anti -oppressive issues relating to your research area and practice?
What will be in each section of the project?
Chapter 1:  (Introduction, background/ rationale, literature search strategy, Ethics and Anti-oppressive practice considerations, project outline, etc.)
Chapter 2: Literature Review (Break down objectives  to  formulate  thematic headings and subheadings in this chapter) 
Chapter  3: Application of theory to practice through 
•    An analysis of relevant  theoretical model/s- case studies  relating to study topic  (Youth and Social Work students)
•     An analysis of relevant policies/legislation tackling health issue and critically assess outcomes based on literature. (2) An identified case study of service delivery via a justified organization/agency (3) identifying one specific programme/intervention within chosen organization/agency and critically assessing its strengths and weaknesses in relation to policies analyzed above. (All Health Students)
Chapter 4: Conclusions, recommendations and reflection
•    Summary of project, conclusion - Recommendations based on the secondary research
•    Reflection (A critical analysis and evaluation of what you have learnt conducting this project:  ask yourself what happened, why, how and what if.  What did you learn, what would you do differently next time etc.)

When will your secondary research start and finish?
Have you identified specific targets/ actions for completion within specific time frames? (e.g.  a table with two columns and list your targets/ actions and timeframes, i.e. specific dates. Consider time for supervision sessions and acting on feedback)
Have you provided a comprehensive reference list of all cited literature sources?


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