Design of scientific research and cite effectively
Presenters: Ashwaq Younis Noori Humaidy & Abdulrahman Ahmad Mahmood
Scientific research is a type of study that should be carefully prepared before being carried out. This workshop explains the categorization and descriptions of scientific research, as well as planning stage randomization and bias.
Scientific research is the study that is performed with the aim of contributing to science via the systematic gathering, analysis, and evaluation of data in a planned manner. A researcher is the person who does this research.
Before starting a scientific study, the researcher should choose a topic, think accordingly, and describe the technique. ‘The fundamental goal of medical research on volunteers is to understand the causes, development, and consequences of illnesses, and to develop protective, diagnostic, and therapeutic measures,' according to the Declaration of Helsinki (method, operation and therapies). Even the most well-established treatments should be reviewed on a regular basis for reliability, effectiveness, efficiency, accessibility, and quality.
In scientific study, the questions, methods of answering questions, and problems may differ, but the design and structure are typically the same.
Conducting research is a multi-step process that begins with identifying a problem to address. The most effective way to begin research is to examine a subject and identify knowledge gaps thoroughly. We can then do the following: develop and conduct tests, amass data and submit articles for publication. Finally, to increase citations, ensure that work is accurate and published in a reputable journal.