Communication Barriers are a Cardiovascular Disease Risk for Deaf Americans
Good Day, I would like for you to review and edit my entire dissertation for grammar, spelling (AMERICAN ENGLISH), and most importantly the P-value from the various
literature reviews to ensure that I have summarized its findings accurately. WHICH MEAN, the writer MUST be knowledgeable in Statistic to make and amend the changes.
As my chairman stated, ” Was this a statistically significant difference? If so, give the p-value. You always should include the statistical evidence (p-value) which
supports the accuracy of the statements you are making.”
In addition, my chairman stated he has stopped at page 52 in his review of my paper.. See his exact statement to me:
“STOPPING MY REVIEW HERE BECAUSE I HAVE PROVIDED MUCH TO WORK ON ALREADY, AND I AM NOT SURE HOW MUCH OF THE REMAINING IN THIS SECTION IS RELEVANT TO THE PROPOSAL – YOU
NEED TO ADDRESS THAT AS I HAVE POINTED OUT IN THE LAST FEW COMMENTS ABOVE. DITTO — if relevant, state how; if not relevant, remove. The focus of your RQs is diabetes,
high blood pressure, and high cholesterol, which is not evident here.”
clean up the entire dissertation chapter 1 and 2 with a profound attention to page 52 and beyond. I focus on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHOH) American Sign
Language users who face CVD risk factors. Make sure you review my entire paper first to get a feel of what is going on. DO NOT ALTER THE RESEARCH QUESTIONS AS THAT SO
FAR HAS BEEN APPROVED BY MY CHAIRMAN.