Research proposal

Guidelines for the Research Proposal

The purpose of the research proposal is to help you organise your ideas about your major research project, and to enable you to get feedback on what you are planning to do. It is worth putting in careful thought at this stage: it will mean that the project is more likely to run smoothly in the long run, and much of what you write in it can eventually be recycled into the final thesis write-up. The proposal is also needed for NHS ethics applications. The proposal is a course requirement, but is not an assessed piece of work. It is due early in Term 1 of Year 2 (the date will be announced).

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Aims and Objectives of a Research Proposal | Synonym

By Emily PateObjectives outline specific tasks you'll take to reach your goals. A research proposal's aims are statements that broadly point out what you hope to accomplish and your desired outcomes from the research. Aims focus on long-term intended outcomes -- your aspirations in reference to the research. They're typically not numbered in a research proposal. Strong research proposals set out only two to three aims. Each aim may have several objectives associated with it. Objectives lay out how you plan to accomplish your aims.

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