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    The organizational barriers for women leadership in Healthcare sector

    Brief :

    The organizational barriers for women leadership in Healthcare sector in developed world

    The report is being made in the context of SolarX company which produces Rooftop solar PV's.

    Project structure

    1. Abstract (Max word limit -300)
    • Chapter 1-Introduction (Max word limit-2500)
    • Chapter 2-Methods (Max word limit -1500)
    • Ch 3-Results and Chapter 4-Discussion (for Max word limit – 5000)
    • Ch 6-Conclusions (Max word limit -700)

    Chapter 1 - Introduction : Explanation about major project and its importance by critically evaluating the different researches. This chapter includes background literature review that shows awareness of relevant theories, models and empirical studies. Research questions are based on background literature review.

    Chapter 2 – Methods- Importance of data collection and how it was gathered and analysed. Aim to provide support for your choice of methods. This can be done using academic references or referring to previous work .

    Chapter 3 – Results- Present your research results and themes.

    Chapter4 -Discussion -Use final theme to answer the research questions.

    Chapter 5- Conclusions -Description of main lessons learned from the study and future research to be carried. Use it to determine the various opportunities to cite any potential limitations.

    Systematic literature reviews

    The aim is to synthesis all the available high quality evidence to answer the research questions.

    Steps of a Systematic Review

    • Identification of research area
    • Prepare research questions
    • Locating and selecting studies
    • Critical assessment of researchers
    • Collecting results
    • Assessing results
    • Answer questions by analysing results
    • Improving an upgrade the knowledge

    Abstract of the Major Project

    1. Summary of the topic known
    2. Research questions
    3. Methods
    4. Summary answer
    5. What knowledge has added in your skills

    Chapter 1 Introduction

    • Research topic segment
    • Consequence of research area
    • Background Literature review
    • Prepare research questions
    • Structure of the project

    Chapter 2- Methods

    Enable reader what you have done to gather and evaluate data.

    1. Search Procedures
    2. Quality Appraisal
    3. Data Analysis

    Example Research question:

    Discuss the major organisational factors leading to motivation of employees in healthcare sector in deprived areas of Kenya.

    Search Procedures

    • Prepare a set of keywords: Background literature review allows keywords to be identified.  (g. Motivation of employees in health sector and financial incentives)


    1. Determine databases e.g. ProQuest, EBSCO, SSCI (social science citation index), Psychinfo, MedLine )
    2. Discuss different researches possible to answer the research question using keywords.
    3. Include qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research papers.
    4. Hand searching - These most commonly take the form of following up references in papers that are identified by previous methods (i.e. Reference chaining)

    Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria related to research questions and topic area.

    Research Question:

    • Discuss the impact of clinical leadership on successful implementation of health information systems ?

    Inclusion and Exclusion criteria

    • The review included studies related to clinical leadership/involvement in health information systems programmes. The review excluded the studies that focus on the involvement of informal clinical leaders such as clinical champions, temporary project leaders.

    Inclusion and Exclusion –Language (Fink 2005, pp. 55-56)

    • Publication language: Reviewers can review studies which can be readable and haave access to scholarly databases(e.g. English)

    Inclusion and Exclusion – Setting, Participants (Fink 2005, pp. 55-56)

    • Setting: Studies will be conducted in certain settings, such as healthcare institutions, or services (e.g. mental health) might be consider.
    • Participants or subjects: Study is restricted to those that study subjects of certain gender, work situation or other pertinent criteria.

    Inclusion and Exclusion –Research Design (Fink 2005, pp. 55-56)

    • Research design or sampling methodology- be excluded based on particular research design.
    • Qualitative -include
    • Quantitative –include
    • Mixed Methods –include
    • Systematic reviews-exclude

    Inclusion and exclusion criteria

    • It is a subjective part of the literature review.
    • It considers what is reasonable and justifiable.
    • The screen should be broad enough to include sufficient number of studies to answer research questions.
    • The review must be practically manageable, considering the reviewers’ constraints of time, money, and personnel
    • To large extent, it is the decisions taken that make difference between a comprehensive and trustworthy literature review, and an unsatisfactory one.

    Paper Selections

    • Initial Screening using databases (e.g. 1,000 citations)
    • Screening of titles and abstracts using inclusion and exclusion criteria (e.g. 43 papers)
    • Full text reading meeting inclusion and quality criteria (e.g. 31 papers)

     Methods-Data Analysis

    • Discuss how you are going to analyse the results generated by reviewing the studies
    • Thematic analysis

    Chapter 3 – RESULTS

    Research Questions (example)

    • Determine the major organisational factors that leads to motivation of employees in healthcare sector in deprivedarea of Kenya?

    Results summary



    • Findings must be elaborated
    • Write paragraphs on findings in each study(e.g. Ojakaa etal 2014)

    Results -Data Analysis

    • Detailed evaluation of key findings related to research questions in the papers, and identify recurring themes.
    • Theme represents a level of patterned response from data related to research questions.
    • Generate initial themes that helps to explain phenomena based study(e.g.  Motivation and retention of employees in healthcare organisation) compare them with theoretical constructs( I.e.. Literature)

    Results -Data Synthesis

    • Convert initial themes into overarching themes that accurately determine the data. It is important in developing themes that the researcher describes exactly what the themes mean,

    Data Synthesis Example


    Interpret data in qualitative terms

    Findings –Data Synthesis


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