Scholar 7: A Guide to Research Development for the Osteopathic Profession

Scholar 7 is a series of seven video workshops that you may start and end at any time. The program leads the viewers into the scholarly process. You will be taught that initiating a research project is not difficult. You will be shown how to develop a hypothesis, create specific aims, preliminary data, materials and methods, and conclusions. The completed document will serve as your Institutional Review Board (IRB) submission and grant proposal (though the IRB submission process may vary from institution to institution).

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Session Titles

Session 1: Getting Started with Fun Items (34:15 minutes)


Session 2: Introduction, Hypothesis, Specific Aims (34:15 minutes)


Session 3: Preliminary Data (18:30 minutes)


Session 4: Materials and Methods (23:51 minutes)


Session 5: Conclusions (14 minutes)


Session 6: IRB Review of Application (37:41 minutes)


Session 7: Final Review and Wrap Up (40:09 minutes)

 

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