Discussion: The topic you have chosen for your Doctoral Study Prospectus

Discussion: The topic you have chosen for your Doctoral Study Prospectus

Discussion: The topic you have chosen for your Doctoral Study Prospectus

Submit a 2- to 3-paragraph post that includes the following:

  1. The topic you have chosen for your Doctoral Study Prospectus
  2. The research questions you have chosen
  3. The secondary data set you would consider to answer your research questions and the rationale behind selecting it for this topic
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DHA Prospectus Form

 

Students | Complete your doctoral prospectus within this form. Write your responses in the white spaces using a scholarly tone and include in-text citations and APA reference entries where appropriate. You can click on underlined terms and headings for descriptions, resource links, and examples located in the Appendix. For additional prospectus information and resources, refer to the Doctoral Research Coach. Complete the Research Design Alignment Table within this form using the information from earlier sections and self-assess your research design alignment. Submit this completed form into MyDR for formal evaluation and feedback when your committee chair indicates that you are ready to do so.

 

Student’s Name | Sherri Williams Student ID | A01031204

Program and Specialization* | DDHA 8246 Submission Date | 12/20/2021

*Remember that your study focus must be within the realm of your program and specialization area.

 

 

 

Evaluators Only | Complete this section and provide feedback on responses and rubric scores in the form where noted.

 

Committee Chairperson Name: Click or tap here to enter text. Overall Assessment: Choose score.

Second Committee Member Name: Click or tap here to enter text. Overall Assessment: Choose score.

PhD Program Director: Click or tap here to enter text. Overall Assessment: Choose score.

 

Title

In 12 words or less, what is the working title for this study? Include the topic, variables and relationship between them, and the most critical key words.

Obstacles to fair access to high-quality health care for rural populations
Supporting Literature

The first step in developing your prospectus is to search the literature related to the general area related to healthcare administration you want to investigate (see social problem below). In your review of recent, empirical literature, what keywords did you search and in what databases?

The keywords and databases searched included Replace this text with your response.
Search Log
Database Search Terms Results Notes
Google Scholar HealthCare Costs, Benefits, Cost Control, Transportation, Health Barriers, Challenges 460,000 Too Broad
Google Scholar HealthCare Costs, Benefits, Cost Control, Transportation, Health Barriers, Challenges 17,700 Still Too Broad
ProQuest Transportation in rural areas 1234 Better relevant to the topic

 

ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS 

Provide at maximum of 10 brief summaries of recent, scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles and empirical literature. The summaries should include: a) 3 – 5 brief summaries within the last 5 years that justify a current and relevant problem in your discipline or professional field; b) article(s) that support your theoretical/conceptual framework; c) article that supports your Nature of the Study section; d) additional articles that support that your problem is current and relevant to your discipline or professional field for a total of 10 brief summaries.

 

Include the complete, APA reference entry and (a) an in-text citation; (b) what was studied; (c) what was found; and (d) why this research is important in relation to your study. This evidence provides the justification for your research problem.

HSO Justification Literature

Three annotated literature summaries

Zahnd, W. E., Murphy, C., Knoll, M., Benavidez, G. A., Day, K. R., Ranganathan, R., … & Eberth, J. M. (2021). The intersection of rural residence and minority race/ethnicity in cancer disparities in the United States. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health18(4), 1384.

Zahnd et al. (2021) investigated how racial and ethnic segregation of rural people affect access to healthcare. According to the research, the Black and American Indian or Alaska people in the rural areas are impoverished and have inadequate access to services, making them more likely to get cancer and have inferior cancer treatment and survival results. Segregation impacted access to conventional sources of health care the greatest. More study is needed to understand better inequities for all rural racial/ethnic minority communities.