What Evidence Based Research approach are you are interested in studying?

Note: In order to complete this assignment, you will need to read Chapter 7 in MindTap.Your paper should be 4-8 pages in length (not including cover page and references) and should be written in standard APA format.Include the following three sections (including appropriate headings) in your paper:
I. What Evidence Based Research approach are you are interested in studying?Succinctly (meaning, in a couple of sentences and one paragraph) describe the type of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) intervention you are interested in researching. This statement will provide the foundation for your overall research question, which you will develop over the course of this semester.
II. Why is it worth studying?
Describe why this particular intervention is important and cite facts that support your assertion.
For instance, if you are proposing to study homelessness, then you might want to cite figures from prior study, or studies, that assessed the number of homeless individuals in the nation or in a particular city or state and describe an established EBP intervention that was utilized to address this issue. Or you might describe specific scenarios taken from previous case studies that support the topic your are interested in by providing concrete specific examples rather than vague abstractions.
III. What is the objective, or what are the objectives, of your study?
Specify in precise terms the objectives of your proposed study.
Your objective(s) should be in the form of a brief paragraph (one objective) or a numbered list (multiple objectives).
Your objective(s) will seek answers to the overall research question you are striving to address in your study and they should reflect the attributes of a well-posed research question. In other words, your research question / topic / area of interest should be narrow and specific, answerable by observable evidence, and feasible to investigate and answer. Similarly, your objective(s) need to be concrete and realistic while leading to specific and measurable outcome(s).
IV. What are the significant implications of your study for policy or practice?
When discussing the significant implications for practice and policy of your proposed area of research, be clear and specific.
For example, if you are proposing to study factors that influence school dropout, don’t make vague statements such as, “By identifying why some children drop out of school and others do not, we can develop new policies and programs to deal with this problem.” Spell out in detail how certain kinds of findings would imply specific policy or program alternatives. Thus, you might say something like: “If we find that the absence of positive male role models is an important factor that contributes to the dropout problem among males of a particular ethnic group, then this may imply the need to hire more male teachers of that ethnicity or to create a special alternative program in which such male role models work exclusively with boys on academic material as well as on issues such as what it means to be a man….”