Please Rectify Statistics’ Paper.

 Hello!! Professor Gachara, I enclose the instructions of the facilitator of the statistics class to deliver my paper research proposal on Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility. Please if you can rectify the document following this format. Include tables and graphs. Please I need it as soon as possible. I am looking forward to your response. Thank you and nice day!!

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PARTS OF A MANUSCRIPT

Scientific journals generally use the same format, which includes the following: title, abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, conclusion, and references (Box 12-1). There may also be supplementary sections such as acknowledgements, figures, and tables. APA style. 

 

SECTIONS OF A RESEARCH PAPER (Box 12-1).

I. Abstract State the problem, the methods (including number of subjects), and the main conclusions.

II. Introduction Provide the context and rationale for the study. State the purpose of the study, provide a review of the literature, point out deficiencies in the current body of research, and state how the study hopes to address one or more of these deficiencies.

III. Methods Provide the “map” or “recipe” for conducting the study and be sure it is written so that any investigator can repeat the study. This section usually includes: A description of how the data were collected A description of the sample (including the sample size and demographics) The response rate Methods for assignment into treatment and control groups (if applicable) Variable denitions, including recoding and modication of variables A discussion of the statistical methods used and any special challenges or adjustments made

IV. Results Only actual findings are presented. Descriptive statistics about the outcome variables of interest are usually presented first. The results of both bivariate and multivariate analysis are presented in this section. Note that important findings are presented in both tables and the text; less important or less interesting findings can be discussed in one or the other. Interpretation of the findings should not appear in the results section.

V. Discussion Study limitations and strengths appear in this section. The implications of the findings are discussed here. This section usually includes a comparison of findings with those of earlier studies, a discussion of the implications of the findings for clinical practice and health policy, and the need for future research.

 

 

 

 

 

Running head: FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION AND INFERTILITY

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Proposal of a clinical practice guide for: management and prevention of Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility.

Oscar Navarro

Universidad del Turabo.

NURS 502

Nursing Sciences and the Research Process

Table of contents

Abstract
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Introduction
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Specific aims
5

Methods of data collection and analysis
5

Specific objectives 6

Research questions
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Hypothesis
6

Description of subject population
6

Research setting
6

Subject recruitment procedures
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Consent procedures
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Provisions for subject and data confidentiality
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Data collection and analysis
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Statement of potential research risks to subjects
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Statement of potential research benefit of subjects
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Resume
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References
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Abstract

Modern science has many different tools that allow curing several diseases that were claimed to be impossible to cure only several decades ago. However, there are still many problems that modern science and medicine are unable to solve. Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility problem takes an important place among those problems since it influences female reproduction function, which is one of the most important and complicated function woman organism has. Moreover, this problem is connected not only to serious hormonal shifts in female health, but also has severe social and economic consequences as it impacts demographic situation, too.

This proposal of a clinical practice guide for management and prevention of female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility was created to discuss key features of the problem mentioned above and evaluate possible decisions to reduce the negative impact it creates to national healthcare system.

Different studies set several objectives while investigating female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility problem. They could target different aspects of the problem, like assessing the degree of sexual dysfunction among infertile women and its correlation with specific factors or establishing national guidelines for the assessment of women’s sexual health concerns.

The specific objectives of this proposal are being set by its topic and are trying to find efficient tools for the problem mentioned management. In other words, specific objectives of this paper could be presented as: investigating key factors that influence female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility.

The rese

PARTS OF A MANUSCRIPT

Scientific journals generally use the same format, which includes the following: title, abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, conclusion, and references (Box 12-1). There may also be supplementary sections such as acknowledgements, figures, and tables.

SECTIONS OF A RESEARCH PAPER ( Box 12-1).

I. Abstract State the problem, the methods (including number of subjects), and the main conclusions.

II. Introduction Provide the context and rationale for the study. State the purpose of the study, provide a review of the literature, point out deficiencies in the current body of research, and state how the study hopes to address one or more of these deficiencies.

III. Methods Provide the “map” or “recipe” for conducting the study and be sure it is written so that any investigator can repeat the study. This section usually includes: ■ A description of how the data were collected ■ A description of the sample (including the sample size and demographics) ■ The response rate ■ Methods for assignment into treatment and control groups (if applicable) ■ Variable definitions, including recoding and modification of variables ■ A discussion of the statistical methods used and any special challenges or adjustments made

IV. Results Only actual findings are presented. Descriptive statistics about the outcome variables of interest are usually presented first. The results of both bivariate and multivariate analysis are presented in this section. Note that important findings are presented in both tables and the text; less important or less interesting findings can be discussed in one or the other. Interpretation of the findings should not appear in the results section.

V. Discussion Study limitations and strengths appear in this section. The implications of the findings are discussed here. This section usually includes a comparison of findings with those of earlier studies, a discussion of the implications of the findings for clinical practice and health policy, and the need for future research.


Running Head: Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility.

Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility.

Tittle: Proposal of a clinical practice guide for: management and prevention of Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility.

Name:

Course: HESC 500

Statistics Applied to Clinical Research

Instructor:

Institutional Affiliation:

Date: 12/07/2016

Introduction

At a point in a human being’s life, there is a compelling desire to procreate and have biological children. A case of infertility causes the couple both psychological and emotional trauma. Women that suffer this condition are stigmatized for their condition and pressured to seek means through which they can conceive. Many physicians have come up with procedures meant to restore fertility. However, these procedures could be invasive and probably add more health problems to the woman. The public health system on a global scale works towards fighting new and complex infections, reducing the chances of occurrence of a disability, prolonging the lifespan of patients, and treating injuries. There is little focus placed on the possibility of preventing infertility and other sexual dysfunctions in women. Infertility could be caused by a range of factors ranging from genetic abnormalities to chronic infections or aging, among others. The wide scope of possibilities that could lead to infertility in women leave more women at stake of suffering infertility and other sexual dysfunctions. Over the last few years, there are have been more cases of infertility than those reported more than two decades ago. Based on those statistics, there is the need to create a program that detects, prevents, and manages problems with sexual dysfunction and infertility. This paper looks into favorable statistical action plans, as well as a data analysis on the situation as it is at current.

Statistical Analysis

Image result for Statistical action plan and data analysis about female sexual dysfunction and infertility.According to statistics, women are likely to suffer infertility as they age. It is expected that women should hit menopause at a point in their lives. However, these problems have begun affecting women that are as young as 20 years of age. Infertility has been reported to take several manifestations. According to research, one can either suffer resolved infertility, primary infertility, or secondary infertility. Resolved infertility refer to pregnancies that eventually occur after a long time of trying, yet failing to get pregnant. The pregnancy occurs wi

INFERTILITY

Name:

Course: HESC 500 Statistics Applied to Clinical Research

Instructor:

Date: 12/07/2016

Introduction

Infertility can be defined as the inability of a woman to conceive after a year of actively trying to conceive.

At a point in a human being’s life, there is a compelling desire to procreate and have biological children. A case of infertility causes the couple both psychological and emotional trauma

Women that suffer this condition are stigmatized for their condition and pressured to seek means through which they can conceive. In their desperation, they seek other methods of conception that are probably dangerous to their health.

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Statistics

According to statistics, women are likely to suffer infertility as they age. It is expected that women should hit menopause at a point in their lives. However, these problems have begun affecting women that are as young as 20 years of age

After a conclusive report was done, the main cause of infertility in women traced back to their ages. This factor mostly works when the subject under study is a nulliparous woman.

Data representation

Age Group Chance of giving birth after three constant cycles
Less than 30 52%
31-35 50%
36-40 34%
More than 40 10%

References

Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. (2014). National public health action plan for the detection, prevention, and management of infertility. Atlanta, Georgia: Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.