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Published on October 28, 2018

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1. Key Elements in RESEARCH Dr. Subhash Khatri, MPT, PhD, Principal, Nootan College of Physiotherapy PhD Orientation

2. Don't get hung up trying to understand everything at the outset physiokhatri@gmail.com 2

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4. Intended learning objectives(ILO) physiokhatri@gmail.com 4 1. Key principles of research 2. Understand research philosophy 3. Research process 4. Levels of evidences 5. Understand sections of research reports 6. Research proposal 7. Literature search

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6. We don’t know what we don’t know physiokhatri@gmail.com 6

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9. Research Question physiokhatri@gmail.com 9

10. Research question physiokhatri@gmail.com 10 If a cow laughed, would milk come out of her nose? Why there are flotation devices under plane seats instead of parachutes? If you tied buttered toast to the back of a cat & dropped it from a height, what would happen?

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12. PICOT physiokhatri@gmail.com 12

13. Participants, Intervention, Comparison, Outcomes, Time physiokhatri@gmail.com 13

14. FINER 14 physiokhatri@gmail.com

15. Feasible, Interesting, Novel, Ethical & Relevant 15 physiokhatri@gmail.com

16. Researchers are strange people? physiokhatri@gmail.com 16

17. C DEAD 17 physiokhatri@gmail.com

18. Conceptual, Designing, Empirical, Analytical & Dissemination 18 physiokhatri@gmail.com

19. IMRAD 19 physiokhatri@gmail.com

20. Introduction, Methods, Results, Analysis, Discussion 20 physiokhatri@gmail.com

21. Research Proposal physiokhatri@gmail.com 21 √ Title Introduction Statement of the problem Need for the study Research question/hypothesis Study design Sampling Methods: Outcome, Instruments, procedure

22. Research Proposal physiokhatri@gmail.com 22 √ Participants Ethical considerations Study period/time line Data analysis Mechanism to control bias Budget/resources/funding References Appendices (questionnaire/consent)

23. Ornaments physiokhatri@gmail.com 23

24. physiokhatri@gmail.com 24 Level of evidence (LOE) Description Level I Met analysis, Systematic review Level II RCT Level III Quasi-experimental Level IV Case-control Level V Survey Level VI Single case study Level VII Expert opinion

25. ?Mastering the maze 25 physiokhatri@gmail.com

26. PICOT physiokhatri@gmail.com 26

27. Participants, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome measures, Time physiokhatri@gmail.com 27

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29. CLIP physiokhatri@gmail.com 29

30. Client, Location, Innovation, Professionals physiokhatri@gmail.com 30

31. ?Down the rabbit hole 31 physiokhatri@gmail.com

32. Literature search physiokhatri@gmail.com 32 1. http://www.biohunter.in/ 2. https://www.sosciso.de/en/software/literature- work/reference/ 3. https://www.mindmeister.com 4. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/ 5. https://www.embase.com/login

33. ECLIPSE physiokhatri@gmail.com 33

34. Expectation, Client, Location, Impact, Professionals, SErvice physiokhatri@gmail.com 34

35. ?Extracting cream from the milk 35 physiokhatri@gmail.com

36. CVA MH 36 physiokhatri@gmail.com

37. Chicago, Vancouver, APA, MLA, Harvard, 37 physiokhatri@gmail.com

38. physiokhatri@gmail.com 38 Which of the following is NOT a database? A. World Wide Web B. Telephone directory C. Library Catalog D. Expanded Academic Index

39. physiokhatri@gmail.com 39 When searching the Internet you should keep in mind... A. That you can find any information online if you just search long enough B. That banner ads and chat rooms will often lead you to the best quality information C. That because of copyright laws, nothing worthwhile is ever published on the Internet

40. physiokhatri@gmail.com 40 Which of the following is the most important criteria for evaluating information sources? A. The information is in a book, not on the web B. Ease and speed of access to the information, cool graphics C.The information is in a scholarly journal, not a book D.Authority of the author, currency of the information, intended audience of the information, relevance of the information to your topic

41. physiokhatri@gmail.com 41 If your topic is vague, how might you best begin to focus your topic? A.Spend more hours searching the Web and getting lots of hits with some relevance to the topic B.Change topics C.Make a list of questions about aspects of the topic

42. physiokhatri@gmail.com 42 Identify the type of source described in this citation: Klein, Joe. "Shadow Land: The Struggle to Control Iran's Future." The New Yorker. 2002, http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/?020218fa_FACT (12 December, 2002). A. Scholarly dissertation B. Book C. Article in a newspaper D. An article in an online version of a magazine

43. physiokhatri@gmail.com 43 Identify the type of source described in this citation: Kaiser, Jocelyn. "Study Sounds Alarm on Yellowstone Grizzlies." Science April 23, 1999 v284 i5414 p568(1) A. Book chapter B. News paper article C. Article in a in a journal D. World wide website

44. physiokhatri@gmail.com 44 Identify the type of source described in this citation: Bebbington, Paul, Jo Bowen, and Rajini Ramana." Life Events and Psychotic Disorders." In: Clinical Disorders and Stressful Life Events. Ed. Thomas W. Miller. Madison, CT; International Universities Press, 1997. 89- 119. A.Book B.Journal article C.Book chapter

45. ? Eating the elephant one bite at a time 45 physiokhatri@gmail.com

46. ? Through the eyes of others 46 physiokhatri@gmail.com

47. Begins with A proposal Thesis proposal Culminates into ceremony √ √ 50% ends in Bitter divorce Bitter remorse Involves exchange of Vows Know how Until death do you part If you are lucky If you are lazy Marriage vs PhD 47 physiokhatri@gmail.com

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