How To Create A Research Paper On Health Problems: A Quick Guide


The topic of health problems spans many subjects: medicine, sport, psychology... And those are just a few! Research papers on this topic are relatively common but can be quite tricky to write. Therefore written here is a quick guide to the best way to create a research paper on any aspect of health problems.

  • Read around and find a gap in the research
  • In order to make your work fit into the other current essays written on the subject, you need to read around and understand what sort of things are being discussed. While you are reading, you can also try and figure out what sort of areas have not yet been tackled by other students. You can do this by asking questions of the sort of topics you are reading and, if you cannot find answers to those questions, you’ve found somewhere to start researching! You will also find plenty of sources to cite if you have already acquainted yourself with the work of other scholars and students.

  • Pick a topic you enjoy
  • It will help your work along if you are studying something that interests you and that you will enjoy. Hopefully, after you have completed the step above, you will have found something that has not yet been touched by other students and scholars. Hopefully, too, you will have found several of these areas to consider. If you have a choice, try to choose the one not only that will give you enough to talk about in your paper, but also one that will keep your interest for the entire time you have to write it. This can be one of the trickier parts of the guides to follow because sometimes you won’t find exactly what you want. Just keep looking: the topic of health problems is a big one, so there’s plenty of interesting stuff out there!

  • Start with a plan and go from there
  • Once you’ve chosen your topic, the next stage of actually completing the research paper is to make a strict plan of what you are going to do and how you are going to do it. Remember that you will need to split your time between doing the actual research - reading, experimentation, etc. - and writing everything down. As long as you a realistic and then stick to the plan you have written, you should get your paper done one time with no problem!

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Prepare Final Copy

Set your paper aside before you start writing a revised and edited copy

Revision means you look for ways to re-organize your paper for effectiveness.

After a revision you will proofread and edit your final copy, ensuring all the grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes are corrected.

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