Research on Challenges That Type 2 Diabetic Adolescents In Chicago Undergo

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This proposal should be done in CROSS SECTIONAL METHOD.

The submission of the final must be in TWO WEEKS , but the OUTLINE MUST BE SUBMITTED BY SUNDAY NIGHT FEB 17.

Please if you can not deliver the outline by Tomorrow, you may not accept the request.


Instructions:

* my research question is going to be : what are the challenges that adolescents with type 2 diabetes face in Chicago?

I think you could write about: physical activity challenges , healthcare, medication resistance , depression, diet challenges.

* NO quotation, you can paraphrase but you will need the source.


Final Research Proposal Paper- The final paper should be 8-10 pages in length (including a cover page and reference/work cited section)

• Title – The title of the proposal should be informative and interesting.

• Abstract – The abstract should succinctly summarize the proposal with just enough relevant

information for the reader to have a general understanding of the research. The abstract will

include 2-3 sentences on relevant background information and 2-3 sentences on proposed

methods. While this section is at the beginning of the paper, most authors compose it last.

• Introduction – The introduction section will introduce the reader to the proposal and should

answer the questions of “why is this research important?” and “why should we fund this

proposal?” The introduction should include the research question, a statement of the

problem/significance of the proposed study, the purpose of the study, a brief literature review,

and a hypothesis. A well-written introduction section will start broad and eventually focus the

reader on the specific importance of the proposed research.

• Methods/Research Approach – The methods section should specifically explain the steps and

course of action proposed to answer the research question. It should include specific

considerations pertaining to the methodological approach, like population source and size, data

collection instruments, etc. There should also be a brief explanation justifying the approach.

• Bibliography/References Section – This section will list all of the sources used in formulating the

proposal.(bibliography should have summery , assessment , reflection)

All references used should be included in this section, even if it is for just one statistic.



Tutor Answer

Professor_Markins
School: Duke University

Attached.

Running head: RESEARCH ON CHALLENGES THAT TYPE 2 DIABETIC ADOLESCENTS
IN CHICAGO UNDERGO
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Research on Challenges That Type 2 Diabetic Adolescents in Chicago Undergo
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RESEARCH ON CHALLENGES THAT TYPE 2 DIABETIC ADOLESCENTS IN CHICAGO
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Abstract
Diabetes is a chronic disorder that has silently killed many people. A high populace suffers from
the disease without their knowledge. On the other hand, those that are diagnosed with the disease
might have challenges in managing its complications. Type 2 diabetes is a complicated stage of
diabetes that is hard to control. Adolescents in Chicago who suffer from type 2 diabetes diseases
have to encounter physical activity, medical resistance, healthcare, and depression as well as diet
challenges. The diabetic adolescents find it hard to lead a normal life unlike their diabetic free
counterparts. This research is aimed at analyzing the physical activity, medical resistance,
healthcare, depression and diet challenges that diabetic adolescents in Chicago undergo. The
study employed the cross-sectional method of research by qualitatively collecting data, with the
primary agenda of selecting the informants and giving them time to describe their physical
activity, medical resistance, healthcare, depression and diet challenges as diabetic patients. This
research used Paterson’s model of shifting perspective for chronic illness as a guide. The sample
incorporated 15 adolescents of age 13-18 years recruited from Lure children’s pediatric hospital
in Illinois Chicago to be interviewed. An in-depth interview was conducted to their teachers,
parents and healthcare givers. Non-probability purposive sampling was done to the selected
samples, and thematic data analysis was done. The results showed that type 2 diabetic
adolescents faced physical activity challenges because their parents restricted them too much
from doing their things, the parents worried on almost everything they do and therefore limited
their physical activities. Another pointer was from friends and peers who stigmatized them
during the physical activities and other social events. The adolescents also couldn’t access the
healthcare facilities because of long distances, sometimes they lacked insulin, and others pointed
out that they couldn't afford to purchase insulin due to high cost. The adolescents in boarding

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schools lamented that they had inappropriate meals not meant for type 2 diabetic patients and
also poor meal timing which affected the diabetes management plan. Some schools restricted
students from carrying syringes in school, didn't allow the students to leave classrooms during
examination times, didn't let them have meals in their classrooms, and the schools prohibited
students from carrying food from home. This research helped us to understand the challenges
that type 2 diabetic adolescents faced and make recommendations based on the interpretations of
the results after the analysis. The community, schools and other institutions should be educated
and trained about diabetes disease and how they can contribute to better management of the
disease and avoid accelerating the challenges indicated above.

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Background information on type 2 diabetes
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder characterized by high sugar levels that cause dis...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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