With every passing hour numerous and continues advancements and improvements are being made to the world of technology, and it is no hidden fact that technology has played a vital role in the improvement and evolution of biomedical science and has led to new techniques to combat disease and health problems that were previously impossible to be treated. Because of this reason bio-medical science has become an increasingly hot topic and popular topic for graduate or post-graduate students for their thesis or research. However, the foundation of a good thesis is laid by a strong dissertation proposal as it lays down a strong foundation for the rest of the things to come and ensures that the readers are interested enough to read the whole thing. So if you're wondering how to create a strong and effective proposal, you should adhere to the following tips and strictly follow them.
The first step in this process is to think of a unique yet simple but a catch title to gain the attention of the reader or critique.
The second most important thing to include is the research method and techniques that you will be using to collect all your relevant data. You can use qualitative methods such as focus groups or in-depth interviews or utilize quantitative controls like questionnaire and surveys.
It is important to mention how much time you will be taking to conduct the relevant research and how you plan to manage things.
Any story needs a good background, and the same is the case with a dissertation proposal. You need to tell the reader the background of your study and why did you choose the topic and the key areas you are interested in. In addition to that, you will also need to mention which school of though you follow or are a follower of.
Do mention clearly the objective you desire to achieve with this research. You shouldn’t mention more than three objectives otherwise your proposal will be deemed weak.
In the end, I would be concluding by saying that these are the things that you should consider and include in every proposal because it will help in giving weight to your proposal and make it an effective one that will lay the foundation for the rest of your thesis.