Cervical incompetence and preterm labor

Cervical incompetence and preterm labor

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Using the clinical topic identified in Assessment 3: Literature Review, you will now develop a research grant proposal.A research grant proposal is essentially a structured plan to undertake the research. Using a logical approach, the proposal should address the following key components:

Preliminaries

Title page
Abstract
Contents page
Details of researcher(s)

Body of proposal

Introduction

Purpose statement

Background

Significance

Review of literature (Note: the review of literature should demonstrate further refinement or development to ensure critical evaluation of the literature. Do not simply cut and paste it into the proposal but instead, consider what is most appropriate for inclusion into the grant proposal and adapt it to meet the criteria of this assessment).

Research design

Design for the study

Setting

Participants

Methods and procedures

Ethical implications
Dissemination of results
Work Plan
Budget

References
Appendices (if applicable)

Assessment Item 4: Research Grant Proposal
Using the clinical topic you identified as part of Assessment Item 3: Literature Review, you will now
develop a research grant proposal. A research grant proposal is essentially a structured plan to
undertake the research. Using a logical approach presented on your prescribed text (Richardson-
Tench, Taylor, Kermode & Roberts (2014) as a guide, the proposal should address the following key
components:
Preliminaries
Title page
Abstract
Contents page
Details of researchers
Body of proposal
Introduction
Purpose statement
Background
Significance
Review of literature (Note: the review of literature should demonstrate further
refinement or development to ensure critical evaluation of the literature. Do not
simply cut and paste it into the proposal but instead, consider what is most
appropriate for inclusion into the grant proposal and adapt it to meet the criteria of
this assessment).
Research design
Design for the study
Setting
Participants
Methods and procedures
Ethical implications
Dissemination of results
Work Plan
Budget
References
Appendices (if applicable)