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I need help with a research paper for my research class. The following are the instructions. Using the
topic of childhood obesity, design a short research proposal for an ethnographic study that answers
questions only answerable through qualitative research. Include a discussion of steps 1-6 from chapter
10, including but not limited to, how you would enter the field, present yourself, ow you will build
rapport and trust, your level of involvement, the types of questions you will ask etc. Be sure to justify
each decision position. There are many ways of doing things, so be purposeful in your decisions.
Format: your paper must be at least 1000 words (approx. 4 pages at 12 points, Times New Roman,
double spaced) APAP format with a correctly formatted title page. Correctly formatted page numbers;
double spaced, no extra spaces in between paragraphs. Include a works cited page and use internal
citation with page numbers. Assignment is due May 1, 2016 at 4:00pm mountain time. Thank you in
advance for the assistance
Follow-up after bariatric surgery is important for optimal weight loss, improving quality of life and
decreasing the risk of nutritional deficiencies. Factors influencing compliance and long term follow up
have been scarcely studied and little research is present. Moreover, many questions yet to be answered
are: Is psychiatric evaluation for all patients prior to surgery going to affect compliance afterwards? What
is the role of preparatory courses and are they going to improve outcome? Can a difference be made
with the help of pharmaceutical consultation services? Further studies are needed to answer these
questions, optimize follow-up and look for modifiable risk factors influencing compliance with vitamin
supplements. I believe this is a great topic for a study, looking forward to the outcome.
Stegemann, Lloyd. (2013). Choosing the ?Right? Weight-loss Surgery Procedure. Retrieved from:
http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/ http://www.obesityaction.org/educational-resources/resourcearticles-2/weight-loss-surgery/choosing-the-right-weight-loss-surgery-procedure (Links to an external
Obesity is a major risk factor for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, a condition known causing lack of
sleep continuity and daytime sleepiness. Weight loss interventions are recommended, however
knowledge on what facilitate and impede eating behavior change is lacking for this particular population.
Brander, P. E. (2004, March 1) A cognitive-behavioral weight reduction program in the treatment of
obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Retrieved from: http://www.sleep-journal.com/article/S13899457(03)00205-3/fulltext?refuid=S0002-8223(10)00241-5&refissn=0002-8223&mobileUi=0.
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