Unit 3 Ph Info Quiz

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Selection

The search process where readiness to accomplish task are initiated and topics are identified

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Selection

The search process where feelings of optimism are common-

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Collection

The search process where documentation is critical

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Exploration

The search process where informaticians doubt their own abilities with regards to their searched and selected topics

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Initiation

The search process where informaticians becomes aware with the lack of knowledge or understanding with regards to a certain topic

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Formulation

The search process where informaticians are able to think, interpret and extend the selected topic or information

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Exploration

The search process where feelings of apprehension, confusion and uncertainty are common.

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Formulation

The search process where feelings of clarity is gained

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Acknowledgment (AMERICAN ENGLISH)

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Acknowledgement (BRITISH ENGLISH)

This section of the scientific paper where significant and important people or organizations are recognized due to their contributions with the success and completion of the studies

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Results

This section of the scientific paper where data are organized and described. Data collected are usually summarized using tables, graphs, or schemas.

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Conclusion

This section of the scientific paper where the major and specific question or objectives of the studies are answered

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Methodology

This section of the scientific paper that describes the procedure and tools used in the study and reasons for its utilization

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Introduction

This section of the scientific paper that describes the rationale and overview of the study

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Abstract

This section of the study served as the synopsis or summary of the whole study, used to entice or attract readers

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Discussion

This section of the scientific paper where significance of the results and findings are explained

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Reference

This section of the scientific paper where list of literature and publication are located (one word, answer)

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Randomized control trial

These are studies that involves randomly assigned participants into an experimental group or a control group. As the study is conducted, the only expected difference between the control and experimental groups are the outcome of the variable being studied.

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a. Randomized control trial

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b. Systematic reviews

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c. Cohort studies

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d. Metanalysis

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e. Case-control studies

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Cohort studies

These are studies where evaluations of disease or outcome are conducted to determine which initial participants exposure characteristics (risk factors) are associated with it.

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a. Cross-sectional studies

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b. Cohort studies

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c. Systematic reviews

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d. Case-control studies

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e. Metanalysis

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Case-control studies

These are studies that compares patients who have a disease or outcome of interest with patients who do not have the disease or outcome, and looks back retrospectively to compare how frequently the exposure to a risk factor is present in each group to determine the relationship between the risk factor and the disease.

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a. Cross-sectional studies

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b. Cohort studies

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c. Systematic reviews

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d. Case-control studies

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e. Metanalysis

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Animal studies

These are studies that assures the safety and efficacy of substances (such as drugs, cosmetics) before starting clinical trials.

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a. Case report

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b. Case-control

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c. Animal studies

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d. Case series

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e. In-vitro studies

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Systematic reviews

These are created after reviewing and combining all the information from both published and unpublished studies (focusing on clinical trials of similar treatments) and then summarizing the findings on a particular clinical or health-related topic/question.

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a. Systematic reviews

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b. Case-control studies

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c. Cohort studies

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d. Cross-sectional studies

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e. Meta analysis

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Case series

These are studies that are characterized as in-depth investigation of an individual, group of individual, group of individual with similar cases or an event at a particular time.

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a. Case-control studies

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b. Cross-sectional studies

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c. Case series

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d. Case report

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e. Cohort studies

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Opinions / letters

These articles are written by professional/s based on their beliefs, usually with regards to initiation of a particular research or explaining a particular problem area

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a. Cohort studies

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b. Opinions / letters

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c. Case-control studies

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d. Case series

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e. Case report

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Cross-sectional studies

These are studies that involves looking at data from a population at one specific point in time. The participants in this type of study are selected based on particular variables of interest.

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a. Case-control studies

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b. Systematic reviews

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c. Cross-sectional studies

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d. Cohort studies

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e. Metanalysis

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Case series

These are collection of studies of in-depth investigation of an individual, group of individual with similar cases or an event not necessarily occurred at the same time.

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a. Cohort studies

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b. Case-control studies

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c. Cross-sectional studies

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d. Systematic reviews

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e. Case series

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In-vitro studies

These are studies that are conducted at laboratories where isolated cells or biological molecules are utilized rather than complex multicellular organisms.

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a. Case-control studies

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b. In-vitro studies

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c. Animal studies

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d. Case series

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e. Cross-sectional studies

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Randomized control trial

These ff studies are prone to biases of either the respondent or researcher, except:

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a. Cohort studies

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b. Randomized control trial

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c. Case-control studies

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d. Cross-sectional studies

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e. Case report

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Prospective cohort studies

These ff studies are done when the researcher follows a group of similar individuals over time, who differ with respect to certain factors under study, to determine how these factors affect rates of a certain outcome.

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