It was arduous when building an outline for climate change, yet the experience was extremely educational on what global warming represents in healthcare. The challenges I encountered would be not articulating more to deliver the message I wish to portray efficiently. Therefore sentences were too simple and required more clarification when providing evidence. The biggest obstacle is searching for the most optimal answers to the research proposal’s primary questions. “What you plan to accomplish, why do you want to do it, and how are you going to do it. This article aims to highlight the essential concepts and not to provide extensive details about this topic” (Al-Riyami, 2008).
The majority of resources are peer-reviewed for credible information is essential for working on the outline. There could be a possible chance of working with environmental disasters in the future and understanding the causes of people’s death or sickness. I would know global warming and assisting greatly in finding solutions. Google Scholar is a reasonable choice, but I use the trident library for more trusting resources in my preference.
Al-Riyami, Asya (2008). How to prepare a research proposal. Oman Medical Journal, 23 (2), 66–69. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3282423/pdf/OMJ-D-08-00005.pdf
250-275 words, scholarly source