Techniques of Writing Chapter 1 for Research and Development in Public Health

The main structure of general research and research and development is similar, but there are some internal details that must point out the state of the research problem by showing information confirming the problem, then identify ideas for solving the problem, determine the purposes of research, scopes of research, and the expected benefits to be received clearly. The goal of this article is to build a template for preparing a public health research and development proposal. In part of Chapter 1, there is a distinguishing feature that divides the scope of study into four areas: content scope, data resource scope, variable scope, and research design scope.

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B. Phongpisanu
Sirindhorn College of Public Health Phitsanulok, Faculty of Public Health and Allied Health Sciences, Praboromarajchanok Institute, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand.

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