What makes a good research question? Not all good questions can be answers by scientific research. For example, "what can we do about pressure ulcers?" is a good question, but too general for a research study. Specific questions are more research-friendly, like…
- How often should patients in bed be turned?
- How do different dressings compare as healing aids?
- How effective is surgery at closing pressure ulcers?
- Which existing skincare products are best for prevention?
Finding a good research question is key to getting good research evidence. Good research evidence helps unlock better health and care for all our futures. Tell us about your research question and help open the door to a healthier future. Submit your question online at: www.nihr.ac.uk/identifyresearch
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