How to Write a Protocol
Thesis protocol acts as a blue print and should list the important details of your research
In the first section of the thesis protocol general information about the researcher and study should be mentioned
In the second section of the thesis protocol technical details of the study should be written
A descriptive title is commonly used for a thesis protocol
Aims and objectives of the study are not synonymous
Inclusion and exclusion criteria should be supplementary and not complementary
A pilot study should be performed when the investigator is not sure about the feasibility of the proposed research
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