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Critical Analysis of 3 RCTs

Kind of writing: Medical- technical

Num. of articles: 1

Words per article: 5000

Industry: Healthcare

Topic: Chinese Herbal Medicine for Obesity

Tone: Formal/Professional

Outline & Structure: 5000 wards limit - Choose 3 RCTs and approach them as if you are doing a SR/ Cochrane Review.

I would expect the RCTs to be larger studies from the 21st century/ 90s.

Brief background

Clearly stated aims

A concise method section

Summary result

Discussion

References

The report should not be longer than 5,000 words. The report should cover a brief background, clearly stated aims, a concise method section, a summary result session, and a discussion. The report should be properly referenced.

If you understand all this, then you are probably qualified to do this job.

Extensive research needed: yes

Extra notes: *** If you have never done/ participated in a Systematic Review or at the very least, a RCT, please do not apply for this job. Thank you. ***

There is a VERY STRICT deadline to this job. If you do not provide a 1st stage product/ half-way point product within 5 days, the job will be cancelled and reposted. If you do not provide a COMPLETED product in 11 days, the job will be cancelled and reposted for someone else.

Case Study Required :

Define a research question for this job in your proposal.

Do you have any experience in the same industry?

Habilidades: Redacción médica, Investigación, Escritura técnica

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Nº del proyecto: #5850581