Final project milestone three: research question formation food
Topic: Food Security
Please use attach article as a source article.
Overview: The primary objective of public health research is to add to the body of public health knowledge. Research that is well designed can help to inform public health programs, halt disease transmission, and potentially eradicate disease. All research begins with a question or a series of questions that require an answer. These questions may arise from emerging trends in public health or through the identification of gaps in current research.
Prompt: Please craft an original research question that addresses the public health issue you are trying to answer.
Address the specific public health issue, the target population, location, and time period(s).
How will this research question add to the body of knowledge concerning this public health issue? Briefly address the current gaps in research, and what gap this research will fill. Be sure to cite the sources from your literature review.
Evaluate the feasibility and validity of the research question(s).
Guidelines for Submission: Your research question must be submitted as a 1-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and sources cited in APA format.