This training module is designed as part of a 4-module training series that includes:
- "Identifying a Research Question," which introduces the critical thinking framework and 4Cs rule in determining a research question.
- "Composing a Scientific Paper," which applies this information to write the introduction, results, methods, discussion, conclusion, and acknowledgment sections of a scientific paper.
- "Designing a Public Health Poster," which provides a quick overview of tools and strategies to organize an engaging poster
- "Preparing and Submitting an Abstract," which outlines the information needed to prepare and submit a public health abstract.
This module introduces the concept of critical thinking and the 4Cs rule. Utilize this skill to identify a research question for a study or project. It also introduces the types of research questions and the research approach.
- Identify the purpose and components of a scientific paper.
- Utilize critical thinking to identify a research question.
- Utilize appropriate language to present the research question.
Target Audience: Public health professionals and students
Duration: 20 minutes
Continuing Education Information: 0.5 CPEU for RDNs, 0.5 CECH for CHES