Discussion plus paper of specific Aim

Part 1) Discussion – Specific AimsCOLLAPSEDiscussion question #1Your specific aims section is very important and is often the first thing reviewers read. Therefore, you need to be clear about what you hope to accomplish in this research study. You need a clear statement of the problem you want to study or the question you plan to investigate.
Using your proposal questionnaire — what is your research question? 1) Overcoming Barriers to care of LGBTQpopulation and to provide culturally holistic, competent, sensitive, humble,and compassionate approach.
Discussion question #2What is your hypothesis (quantitative) or a prior assumption (qualitative)How does it tie to the research question?Part 2) This section is 1-2 pages.1) Specific Aims (8.5 points):a. Research topic is clear and researchablei. Start with The purpose of this study is……b. Brief introduction of the research problem (1-2 paragraphs)c. Implications for Nursing (1 paragraph)2) List specific aim – start with the specific aim is ….a. Specific aim listed and numbered3) List the research question – Start with the research question isa. Research question listed and numberedb. List the hypothesis (quantitative) – Start with the hypothesis isc. Hypothesis is listed and numbered4) List a priori assumption (qualitative) – Start with the a priori assumption isa. The a priori assumption is listed an numbered5) Scholarly Writing (1.5 points)All papers must meet standards for scholarly writing and graduate level work. Your papershould be well written (clarity), have the appropriate type and number of references, ifapplicable, and meet APA style and formatting standards.Specific Aims: Clarity, References, and APA Grading CriteriaClarity: (.7 points)Mechanics: Correct sentence structure, grammar, and appropriate capitalization. Correctpunctuation and style, no spelling errors, no run-on sentences, no sentence fragments, noincomplete thoughts, and dangling participles.Language: No medical jargon, no colloquialisms (slang and informal ways of speaking) unlessusing this language for a reason (repeating a conversation or giving an example).Clarity Summary1. Paper was organized in a logical manner2. Ideas were clearly presented3. Correct usage of grammar and style4. Medical jargon not used or explained5. Complete sentences used6. Correct spelling7. NO QUOTES ALLOWED – PARAPHRASE2NURS 601 – Specific Aims Grading CriteriaReferences: (.5 point)Adequacy of references used in the paper as well as an appropriate number of referencesused to support the paper and the discussion. References must be current (no referencesmore than 5 years old unless a seminal work)References Summarya. Paper had appropriate number of references (minimum 2 references)b. References were appropriatei. References must be current (most references should not be olderthan 5 years old unless a seminal work or not much research has beendone in this area)c. PEER reviewed reputable journalsi. You may use only 1 each of the following1. One reputable website only (e.g. CDC)2. One reputable newspaper article only (e.g. New York Times).ii. Research findings from primary sources (this is considered originalresearch)1. You may not use review articles, meta-analysis, or literaturereviewsiii. Textbooks can only be used if currentd. References cited correctlyi. In-textii. References listiii. Must be on a separate pageiv. References (the word) centeredv. Hanging indent used (references list)vi. Double spacingvii. Volume #viii. Issue # if availableix. Correct hyperlink doi format:1. https://doi.org/10.1037/arc0000014 (new format) – PREFERRED2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/arc0000014x. Journal URL if doi unknownxi. URL address must not have an underline2) APA Format: (.3 point)a. Correct APA format was usedb. Correct font (Times New Roman; 12 pt)c. Title paged. Correct margins (1 inch)e. Headerf. Numbers (in-text)g. Using APA number format in the body of the paperh. Capitalizationsi. Headingsj. Paragraph indents (0.5)k. Left justificationl. Double spaced