Objective: Write out the exact objective, purpose, or question in this section. If a research hypothesis has been stated prior to data collection, it should also be stated here.
Background: Information should be included that summarizes the rationale for the study, giving the clinical reason for the study's question.
Methods and Measures: Should include information about the participants (subjects) in the study:
Results: The main results of the study should be given. For clarity, measurements that require an explanation to the expected audience should be given.
Conclusion: Only include statements that are directly supported by the study's results or evidence, also include the clinical application of the evidence. Also, note whether additional study is needed before the results should be used in clinical practice.
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