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An article is the byproduct of a research project written to inform the community of researchers about the project and avoid the performance of simultaneous similar studies. In this regard, the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors presented a framework for research articles to enhance the quality of medical science and consistency among the medical researchers. Although the medical findings of the research can be presented in various formats, including case studies, a research article should generally have the following sections.Read more about Writing a medical article
Regarding the ethical issues in research, this Declaration was first adopted by the World Medical Association in 1964 at Helsinki to guide the biomedical researchers working with human participants. There were some modifications to the Declaration of Helsinki and the final revision was made in 2000 in Scotland. During 2002 and 2004, two clauses were added to two principles in this declaration. This declaration includes 32 articles in 3 sections. The following part explains some of the principals mentioned in the Declaration of Helsinki.Read more about Declaration of Helsinki
Research ethics were first introduced as a result of Nuremberg trials in 1947 at the end of World Wide II when 23 doctors and bureaucrats were accused in the trials of military courts for their cruel rules against humanity. The reason for this was that a large number of physicians and military authorities conducted their experiments on a large number of individuals, who are unaware of the conducted studies. These experiments led to a high mortality rate. In this regard, the following ten points of the code were proposed to stop this condition:Read more about Ethics in Research
Sample size determination is an important step in conducting research since it should provide the necessary information about the population of the study. In case the sample size is smaller than expected, the obtained results of the study cannot be generalized to the target population. On the other hand, the larger the sample size the more precise the findings. However, it is not usually possible to have a large sample size due to research limitations, such as cost, time, or the convenience of collecting the data. There are different approaches to calculate the sample size:Read more about Sample size determination
Nonprobability sampling is a type of sampling, where members of sample are not chosen randomly. Unlike probability sampling, all members of population do not have an equal chance of being selected for the study. As a result, the obtained results of such studies cannot be generalized to the members of target population. In general, Nonprobability Read more about Nonprobability sampling[…]
In general, sampling is conducted in two types of probability sampling and non-probability sampling. In probability sampling there is an equal chance for all members of a population to be selected for the study. Therefore, each member has a known chance of being randomly chosen in the sample. The types of probability sampling are presented below.Read more about Probability Sampling
There is a type of research conducted without any control groups. These studies cannot be considered trials and are mostly employed to investigate a method of diagnosis rather than examining the effect of a treatment or drug. The main disadvantage of these studies is that the researchers may consider their own method as the best available method since there is no comparison.Read more about Studies without control groups
Regarding our previous article on controlled clinical trials, this essay extends the discussion to the classification of sequential controlled trials.Read more about Sequential controlled clinical trials
Clinical trials are divided into two groups of parallel and sequential controlled studies. This article explains the features related to parallel studies.Read more about Classifications of clinical trials
Descriptive research is a type of research method which explains the existing phenomenon without considering the causes of the phenomenon under the study. In this regard, the data is collected through investigating the effect of the phenomenon on the investigated the population. There is a need to consider the following three characteristics in descriptive research:Read more about Descriptive studies
The research intends to achieve goals. To pursue the goals, you need variables that make the process of goal setting possible to identify which results in the achievement of the goals.Read more about The use and importance of variables:
The basis of a study is its purpose and hypothesis, which are directly drawn from the subject of the research. This means that the purpose of research directs the way through which research should be conducted to reach the goal.Read more about Purpose and hypothesis of the study
Firstly, the introduction of the article starts by expressing the identity (ID) of research, including the names of the authors that has two benefits.Read more about Reviewing the available resources and information(part 2)
It is a part of dissertation with two main parts.
A: The history of keywords
B: Browsing the available papers and theses Read more about Reviewing the available resources and information (Part1)
EBSCO database, established by Stephen B. Alton in the United States in 1944, is currently serving as one of the largest publishers and collectors of various types of resources and information, including full-text journals, newspapers, and other information sources.
The Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) was launched in late 2015 as a new database. Around 2400 journals were selected for coverage at launch. Read more about How to index journals in ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index)
J-Gate is an electronic gateway launched by an Indian company in 2001. It provides unrivaled access to millions of articles from online journals presented by 12210 publications.
COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) is an international community that promotes all aspects of publishing ethics for editors, publishers, and all members involved in publishing.
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In 1944, Elton B. Stephens founded Ebsco database in the United States that is currently considered as one of the largest publishers and collectors of various types of resource and information, including full-text journals, newspapers, and other information sources
Read more about Selection criteria for being indexed in Ebsco
Training researchers is the most important factor in preventing plagiarism.