Occupational Epidemiology/Research tools/Theoretical Program - open here/How to start and complete research projects - metodology

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Create your research question, establish collaboration and elaboration of the project protocol are the essential first steps of the research projects.

1 Create your research question(s)[edit | edit source]

2 Planning and collaborating in research projects - [edit | edit source]

3 Authors´s guidelines for scientific publications[edit | edit source]

4 Structure for the Protocol (Strobe) [edit | edit source]

5 Datacollection[edit | edit source]

6 Data analysis [edit | edit source]

7 Writing your article based on a cross-sectional study (STROBE) [edit | edit source]

8 How to search valid OH literature[edit | edit source]

9 How to search valid literature Pptx[edit | edit source]

10 WHO practical guide for the use of research information [edit | edit source]

11 Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses: The PRISMA Statement [edit | edit source]

12 PROSPERO Review study protocols registration[edit | edit source]

13 PRISMA Extension for Scoping Reviews (PRISMA-ScR): Checklist and Explanation[edit | edit source]

14Standard Budget Plan[edit | edit source]

15 Example of Standard Chronogram for Research Projects more detailed [edit | edit source]

16 Editors Checklist for acceptance of a manuscript [edit | edit source]

* CSS Protocol Point 2-4 ="Introduction" in Strobe (see article) [edit | edit source]

* CSS Protocol Point 2-4 ="Introduction" in Strobe (open the article)[edit | edit source]

STUDY CHRONOGRAM JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
Protocol and research questions
Literature search and review
Questionnaire/Google Form
Pilot test
Data collection
Data analysis and manuscript
Manuscript submission
Other disseminations news/presents

Structure Protocol CSS (*see below) [edit | edit source]

Reviewer Confidential Comments to Editor:

Question 1: The subject addressed in this article is worthy of investigation 1) Strongly disagree 2) Disagree 3) Neutral 4) Agree 5) Strongly agree YES Ans: ------------

Question 2: The information presented is new 1) Strongly disagree 2) Disagree 3) Neutral 4) Agree 5) Strongly agree YES Ans: ------------

Question 3: The conclusions are supported by the data 1) Strongly disagree 2) Disagree 3) Neutral 4) Agree 5) Strongly agree YES Ans: ------------

Question 4: The manuscript is appropriate for the journal 1) Strongly disagree 2) Disagree 3) Neutral 4) Agree 5) Strongly agree YES Ans: ------------

Question 5: Organization of the manuscript is appropriate 1) Strongly disagree 2) Disagree 3) Neutral 4) Agree 5) Strongly agree YES Ans: ------------

Question 6: Figures, tables and supplementary data are appropriate 1) Strongly disagree 2) Disagree 3) Neutral 4) Agree 5) Strongly agree YES