differences between, the shoulder joint Anatomy of men, and women investigation
Assignment ID Number AFFGEHU83939HD Type of Document Essay Writing Format APA/MLA/Harvard Academic Level Masters/University References/Sources 4 References
Description / paper instructions
I want this research proposal for PhD admission in Anatomy to follow this outline with corresponding instructions:
INTRODUCTION: A page
Aims and Objectives: Clear details of what to do and why of this research.
SIGNIFICANCE: The details of what the PhD study of this topic will contribute to the body of academic knowledge and research, medical science, the knowledge gaps it will
fill and the relevance of the study to previous and related studies.
SCOPE OF THE STUDY: Details of the samples/materials to use for the PhD research and a large sample size that will cover a period of 3 years study/research
MATERIALS: Selection of samples to use for the research sufficient to cover 3 years PhD study/research in Anatomy. Inclusion and Exclusion of subjects/samples criteria
METHODS: BASICALLY, MY PREFERRED METHOD OF CHOICE FOR THE STUDY IS ANATOMICAL DISSECTION OF CADAVERS (dead bodies: in Upper Case for strong
emphasis of the ANATOMICAL method of choice for the Study), any other method based on your research can only be complimentary or secondary. Details on how to carry
out this research topic successfully, how to go about the research on the dead bodies (using cadavers or cadaveric samples).
What instruments, equipment and devices will be needed to accomplish the research?
Specifically, how to study the shoulder joint Anatomy, how to investigate the differences between the shoulder joint Anatomy of men and women with respect to Age and
with the realisation of the significant contributions of the findings of this research topic.
Also, how the research will investigate differences in the shoulder joint Anatomy in the following constituent areas or what differences with respect to Age in shoulder joint
Anatomy will the research identify in the following components of shoulder joint Anatomy?
1. Bony Articulating structures
2. Glenoid labrum
3. Glenohumeral ligaments
4. Joint Articular Capsule
5. The four Rotator cuff muscles- SITS
6. As a result of increased mobility in shoulder joint Anatomy, which of the sexes has a more incidence of dislocation at the shoulder joint.
TIME FRAME: Step by step outline of specific tasks to accomplish or do in the Ist, 2nd and 3rd year respectively with 4th year projected for the final write up of the
PROPOSED STATISTICS: How will the data from the study be analysed; including details of the statistics that will be suitable for the research.
REFERENCE: At least 20 sources from peer reviewed journals.
This is my design and expectations from the order while l will equally expect your professional input and additions for a well written proposal. I restate it that l want
Anatomical dissection of CADAVERS as the method for the study. I DON’T want CIinical method because l am an ANATOMIST not a medical practioner or clinician. I trust your ability.
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