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The process of reviewing new medications to ensure they are safe and effective m

The process of reviewing new medications to ensure they are safe and effective makes use of many epidemiological methods. The Food and Drug Administration is involved heavily in this regulation and is required to ensure rigorous testing is done before medications are released to the general public.
For the first part of this assignment, review the following website, which details the FDA process:
http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DevelopmentApprovalProcess/HowDrugsareDevelopedandApproved/default.htmLinks to an external site.
Next, watch television or listen to the radio and write down the names of two new medications being advertised.
Research these medications and complete the chart below on their development.
When filling out the chart, use complete sentences; each box should contain at least one full paragraph of information. You must include support from the required readings, as well as at least one outside source. Use the WCU Library to find scholarly sources that support your paper.

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Now, it’s time to complete an important part of your project – decide which desc

Now, it’s time to complete an important part of your project – decide which descriiptive statistics to use to describe how your participants answered each question on your survey. For this discussion, provide the following:
What are your research questions? (Main hypotheses and goal of your study)
Describe your dependent variable. What type of measures: Categorical or Continuous, what type of descriiptive analysis?
Describe your main independent variable as well as other variables (such as demographics): What type of measures: Categorical or Continuous, what type of descriiptive analysis?
How the questions are worded and answered for each chosen independent variable and dependent variable?

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With this database, you will: Identify and list categorical and continuous varia

With this database, you will:
Identify and list categorical and continuous variables.
Calculate frequencies and percentages for all of the categorical variables, and means, and standard deviations for the continuous variables.
Run a one-sample z test of proportions for one categorical variable. Here is an example in terms of wording: “Is the proportion of English speaking patients greater than 50%?” Using .05 level of significant test the appropriate hypotheses.
Write the null and alternate hypotheses
What is the proportion of English speaking patients
What is the standard error and z statistics
Find critical z and p value. Is the p value significant? Conclusion?
Run an independent samples t-test to compare two groups of people (specified by a dichotomous variable) on one continuous variable. Using .05 level of significant test the appropriate hypotheses. In order to run this test statistics you have to re-arrange your data.
Write the null and alternate hypotheses.
What is the calculated mean for each group?
What is the confidence interval for each group?
What is the critical t value?
Is the p value significant? Conclusion?

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This week, you will determine the sampling methods for your theoretical research

This week, you will determine the sampling methods for your theoretical research study and create a formal questionnaire.
Restate the research question you have chosen.
Identify your sample population and brainstorm questions that will illicit clear responses from your population based on your study question.
Write 3–4 paragraphs about your sampling methods.
Create a formal questionnaire with 15–20 questions.
The questionnaire should contain a proper survey introduction. The introductory paragraph should provide information on the topic of the study, its purpose, and include a confidentiality statement.
Use at least three different types of survey questions in the questionnaire. Some of the most common types are: close-ended, rating scale, Likert-type, multiple choice, rank order, and open-ended.
Your paper should follow APA formatting and citation.

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With this database, you will: Identify and list categorical and continuous varia

With this database, you will:
Identify and list categorical and continuous variables.
Calculate frequencies and percentages for all of the categorical variables, and means, and standard deviations for the continuous variables.
Run a one-sample z test of proportions for one categorical variable. Here is an example in terms of wording: “Is the proportion of English speaking patients greater than 50%?” Using .05 level of significant test the appropriate hypotheses.
Write the null and alternate hypotheses
What is the proportion of English speaking patients
What is the standard error and z statistics
Find critical z and p value. Is the p value significant? Conclusion?
Run an independent samples t-test to compare two groups of people (specified by a dichotomous variable) on one continuous variable. Using .05 level of significant test the appropriate hypotheses. In order to run this test statistics you have to re-arrange your data.
Write the null and alternate hypotheses.
What is the calculated mean for each group?
What is the confidence interval for each group?
What is the critical t value?
Is the p value significant? Conclusion?

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Public health

This week, you will determine the sampling methods for your theoretical research

This week, you will determine the sampling methods for your theoretical research study and create a formal questionnaire.
Restate the research question you have chosen.
Identify your sample population and brainstorm questions that will illicit clear responses from your population based on your study question.
Write 3–4 paragraphs about your sampling methods.
Create a formal questionnaire with 15–20 questions.
The questionnaire should contain a proper survey introduction. The introductory paragraph should provide information on the topic of the study, its purpose, and include a confidentiality statement.
Use at least three different types of survey questions in the questionnaire. Some of the most common types are: close-ended, rating scale, Likert-type, multiple choice, rank order, and open-ended.
Your paper should follow APA formatting and citation.

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Now, it’s time to complete an important part of your project – decide which desc

Now, it’s time to complete an important part of your project – decide which descriiptive statistics to use to describe how your participants answered each question on your survey. For this discussion, provide the following:
What are your research questions? (Main hypotheses and goal of your study)
Describe your dependent variable. What type of measures: Categorical or Continuous, what type of descriiptive analysis?
Describe your main independent variable as well as other variables (such as demographics): What type of measures: Categorical or Continuous, what type of descriiptive analysis?
How the questions are worded and answered for each chosen independent variable and dependent variable?

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Discuss the research approaches in these two published research papers below; an

Discuss the research approaches in these two published research papers below; and debate the strengths, weaknesses and philosophical differences by describing, contrasting and comparing the underlying philosophical perspectives, ethical dimensions and methods of data collection and analysis in the two published research papers.
Obesity among Libyan adults:
• Lemamsha, H., Randhawa, G., & Papadopoulos, C. (2019). Prevalence of overweight and obesity among Libyan men and women. BioMed Research International. https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/8531360
• Lemamsha, H., Papadopoulos, C., & Randhawa, G. (2018). Understanding the risk and protective factors associated with obesity amongst Libyan adults: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 18(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5411-z
Instruction:
1)Should be word processed, using time new roman size 12 font, double spaced, with numbered pages printed as a footer on every page. Follow Harvard style of referencing.
2) Should have
a. Introduction which address the purpose and focus of the assignment, Explain the public health topic and provide some background information. Introduce the main study designs that underpin the two research papers
and discuss their suitability.
b. Main body:
• Which describes, contrasts and compare the qualitative versus quantitative approaches taken in the two research papers by exploring and critically discussing the research question
methods of data collection and analysis ethical dimensions of the research.
Also, Critically discuss the strengths and weaknesses of a qualitative versus a quantitative approach for addressing the chosen topic.
c. Conclusion
Provide an effective summary of the key points of the main body

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Discuss the research approaches in these two published research papers below; an

Discuss the research approaches in these two published research papers below; and debate the strengths, weaknesses and philosophical differences by describing, contrasting and comparing the underlying philosophical perspectives, ethical dimensions and methods of data collection and analysis in the two published research papers.
Obesity among Libyan adults:
• Lemamsha, H., Randhawa, G., & Papadopoulos, C. (2019). Prevalence of overweight and obesity among Libyan men and women. BioMed Research International. https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/8531360
• Lemamsha, H., Papadopoulos, C., & Randhawa, G. (2018). Understanding the risk and protective factors associated with obesity amongst Libyan adults: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 18(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5411-z
Instruction:
1)Should be word processed, using time new roman size 12 font, double spaced, with numbered pages printed as a footer on every page. Follow Harvard style of referencing.
2) Should have
a. Introduction which address the purpose and focus of the assignment, Explain the public health topic and provide some background information. Introduce the main study designs that underpin the two research papers
and discuss their suitability.
b. Main body:
• Which describes, contrasts and compare the qualitative versus quantitative approaches taken in the two research papers by exploring and critically discussing the research question
methods of data collection and analysis ethical dimensions of the research.
Also, Critically discuss the strengths and weaknesses of a qualitative versus a quantitative approach for addressing the chosen topic.
c. Conclusion
Provide an effective summary of the key points of the main body

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SOCIAL PROBLEM: Success rate of Treatment programs among patients using opioids

SOCIAL PROBLEM: Success rate of Treatment programs among patients using opioids with Heroin in Florida State. A quantitative secondary data analysis.
In scholarly tone What was the social problem that prompted you to search the literature to find out more?
APA 7 Format
Use articles between 2015 and 2023