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Transcript: What recent event is having a similar effect in America? Include details about events that have happened recently that are effected by your event. You may use these resources: Income inequality - Research Project How can a novel like To Kill A Mockingbird lead to positive change? How was your event changed by protests and laws after 1960? 2. What were the effects of your event? details Insert a graphic or video to support More information about effects How is the event related to the novel To Kill A Mockingbird? Be specific about events in the novel that are influenced by the real-life event you are researching. You may include a you tube video from the movie of the novel Insert a video from the research Time Place What led to it? Your research presentation must answer five questions: 1. What is your historical event? 2. What were the effects of your event? 3. How is the event related to the novel To Kill A Mockingbird? 4. What recent event is having a similar effect in America? 5. How can a novel like To Kill A Mockingbird lead to positive change? 1. What is your historical event? Information from research about how the event impacted people To Kill A Mockingbird

Research Template

Transcript: 1. Conclusions- Closing remarks 2.) Recommendations Summary- what to do in the future as a result of the data and research results 3.) Discussion- summarizes in detail the findings of the analysis Start Chapter 2 Mona Hernandez You will need a reference page for your research proposal, this slide serves as the last step in the process and my reference for this assignment References Creswell, J. W. (2012). Educational research planning, conducting and evaluating quantitative and qualitative research (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson 1.) Statement of the Problem- contains the topic of the study, the research problem within the topic, a justification for the problem based on past research & practice, deficiencies or shortcomings of past research or practical knowledge, and the importance of addressing the problem for diverse audiences 2.) Purpose- consists of identifying the major intent or objective for a study and narrowing it into specific research questions or hypothesis 3.) Significance of the Study- the reason the topic is being researched and investigated 4.) Research Questions- interrogative statements that narrow the purpose statement to specific questions that researchers seek to answer in their studies 5.) Hypotheses- declarative statements in quantitative research in which the investigator makes a prediction or conjecture about the outcome of a relationship Chapter 1 1.) Methodology- analyzes the previous methods of studies from previous years 2.) Restate Purpose 3.) Restate Research Questions 4.) Null Hypotheses- makes predictions that there will be no statistically significant difference between the independent & dependent variables 5.) Population- a group of individuals of the same characteristics 6.) Sampling Instrumentation 7.) Procedure- actually carrying out the research 8.) Time Frame- allotted time to conduct and follow the research 9.) Analysis Plan- the way in which the data and information will be viewed and analyzed 10.) Validity- researchers can draw meaningful and justifiable inferences from scores about a sample or population 11.) Reliability- individual scores from an instrument should be nearly the same or stable on repeated administrations of the instrument and thaty thy should be free from sources of measurement error and consistent 12.) Limitations- potential weaknesses or problems in quantitative research that are identified by the researcher Chapter 3 Chapter 4 End Research Process Template 1.) Results- what occurs after the research is conducted, the answers or solutions Chapter 5 1.) Background- give prior information and knowledge in the subject matter that will be researched 2.) Literature Review- written summary of articles, books, and other documents that describe the past and current state of knowledge about the topic 3.) Definition of Terms- defines any words that will be used that may be unfamiliar to the readers

Research Presentation Template Prezi

Transcript: This is a couple of sentences combining a rewritten thesis statement and something to think about for the audience. (Think of how your topic affects us today, affected the world, or affected history. BIG PICTURE STUFF. ) Same goes here as for topic 1. :) As for those sources, we have to get them properly cited. Getting them cited can be frustrating, but it's really just plugging what information we have into the formulas. Topic 1 from the Outline You will have three bullet points for each slide. They will each be a brief sentence summing up the evidence you got in your research. You will make a notecard for each bullet point with your quotes, paraphrases, or summaries from your research. Not everything you say will be on the Prezi. Topic 5 from the Outline (THIS IS YOUR LAST SLIDE, SO YOU SHOULD NOW TAKE THE TIME TO "PRESENT" TO YOURSELF TO MAKE SURE THE SLIDES ARE IN THE ORDER YOU INTENDED. IF YOU FIND THEY ARE NOT, EDIT AND THE LEFT OF THE SCREEN ALLOWS YOU TO CLICK AND DRAG SLIDES INTO THE ORDER YOU DESIRE. :) Topic 2 from the Outline The same goes here for Topic 1's slide. :) About those want to put the topic number at the top, with the bullet point number in parentheses. Make sure you have a notecard for each bullet point. You need at least one picture for each slide! Be sure that it is relevant to the slide. Be sure to put each picture's link below each picture to show where you got it. Works Cited Topic 3 from the Outline The same goes here as for Topic 1. :) About those quotes, paraphrases, and summaries on your notecards for each bullet point... be sure you mention the source in the sentence. For instance: According to [source], [topic] [evidence]. OR [Source] reports that [topic] [evidence]. Here you will summarize what you found in your research in one strong sentence. (This is your thesis statement.) Thesis Statement Formula: [Topic] is [Research Question Answer] because [sub-question 1 answer], [sub-question 2 answer], [sub-question 3 answer], [sub-question 4 answer], and [sub-question 5 answer]. Conclusion The same goes here as for Topic 1. :) About those paraphrases, quotes, and summaries on your notecards...they should prove the bullet point they are written down for. They are the EVIDENCE. The bullet points are supporting details. :) Your Topic (Research Presentation Template Prezi) [YOUR TITLE!] Topic 4 from the Outline Here you will copy and paste info from your Works Cited Word Document. Be careful that you have a citation for each source you used!

PCOS medical research presentation

Transcript: By Izabella Starzycka Polycystic Ovary Syndrome WHAT IS PCOS? PCOS Overview Jullia Michaels, Victoria Beckham, Harnaam Kaur Emma Thompson PCOS? What is PCOS? "Syndrome: a group of symptoms which consistently occur together, or a condition characterised by a set of associated symptoms" PCOS is characterised by 5 main features: - Irregular periods or no periods (oligomenorrhea/amenorrhea) - Excess androgen levels (hyperandrogenism) - Polycystic ovaries - Excessive hair growth (Hirsutism) - Infertility HISTORY History of PCOS The first documented case was in 1935, by Stein and Leventhal. They described patients as being infertile women, who had no periods, excessive hair growth, and cysts on their ovaries. At first the condition was known as Stein-Leventhal syndrome. And it is now recognized as a common, heterogeneous, heritable disorder that affects women throughout their lifetime. What causes PCOS? Aetiology - The exact cause of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is unknown, but it's thought to be related to abnormal hormone levels. - Estimates suggest that polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects between 8% and 20% women worldwide. Most Common "Theory" - Woman with PCOS have an imbalance is between luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone. An imbalance in these hormones causes a rise in the levels of testosterone and androgen. - High levels of insulin caused by insulin resistance also increases levels of testosterone. - Higher levels of testosterone interferes with the development of the follicles and prevents normal ovulation. - Women may also have lower levels of sex hormone-binding globulin which is a protein needed to reduces the effect of testosterone. The main symptoms of PCOS are: - Irregular periods or a complete lack of periods - Irregular ovulation, or no ovulation at all - Infertility - Hirsutism - usually on the face, chest, back or buttocks - Oily skin - Acne - Alopecia - Weight problems – being overweight, rapid weight gain, difficulty losing weight - Depression and mood changes Pathophysiology Symptoms Comorbidities Comorbidities “In medicine, comorbidity is the presence of one or more additional diseases or disorders co-occurring with a primary disease or disorder.” Comorbidities associated with PCOS include: metabolic syndrome, hypertension, dyslipidemia, glucose intolerance, diabetes, hirsutism, acne, seborrhea , alopecia, infertility, endometrial cancer, mental health conditions, and menstrual problems. - Woman with PCOS are more likely to: have difficulties conceiving, have a miscarriage, deliver premature or stillborn babies, have an ectopic pregnancy. - Therefore pregnancy for women with PCOS comes with great risks. Fertility Fertility Metabolic syndrome can lead to obesity, glucose intolerance, dyslipidemia, and high blood pressure, which all increase the chances of stroke or heart attack. Hypertension also increases chances of developing a heart attack or stroke. Metabolic Syndrome and Hypertension Metabolic Syndrome and Hypertension Women who suffer from PCOS are also at high risk of developing diabetes; one study has shown that around 40% of woman suffering from type 1 diabetes also have PCOS. This is due to the increased resistance to insulin. Diabetes and PCOS Diabetes Women with PCOS are also at higher risk of developing endometrial cancer (0.4% vs 0.02%). The chances of developing endometrial cancer is associated with the fact that the women lack regular periods. Endometrial Cancer Endometrial Cancer What is the Affect of PCOS on Everyday Life? - PCOS is the main cause of infertility in women. - Women suffering with the condition are also more likely to develop type 1, 2 and gestational diabetes - Find it more difficult to lose weight. - Cosmetic issues: such as the bad skin, the excess hair. - Poor self confidence Affect on Day to Day Life - Diagnosed with the condition at age 19 - First symptoms from around age 13. - Symptoms include insulin resistance, acne, weight gain and retention, hirsutism, cysts on ovaries, and unusual periods. - Effect on everyday life: cosmetic issues, bad skin, excess hair and difficulties losing weight. Worrying about the way she looks, which has lead to poor self confidence and depression, she is also worried about the potential health risks that may come in the future such as infertility, or long-term health problems (heart disease). - Treatment: Yasmin birth control pill and laser hair removal. - Emotional affects: depression, finding it more difficult to form intimate relationships Megan's Case Case Study Diagnosis Diagnosis and Treatment - There is no actual cure for PCOS and therefore the general treatment involves treating/minimising the symptoms. - One of the simplest ways to help combat the symptoms of PCOS is through weight loss, a healthy diet and regular gentle exercise. - Medication-based pathway of treatment include prescribing oestrogen and progestogen-based drugs - contraceptive pill. - Help regulate the levels of hormones

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