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The PICOT question format is a consistent “formula” for developing answerable, researchable questions.
- P: Population/patient – age, gender, ethnicity, individuals with a certain disorder
- I: Intervention/indicator (Variable of Interest) – exposure to a disease, risk behavior, prognostic factor
- C: Comparison/control – could be a placebo or “business as usual” as in no disease, absence of risk factor, Prognostic factor B
- O: Outcome – risk of disease, accuracy of a diagnosis, rate of occurrence of adverse outcome
- T: Time – the time it takes for the intervention to achieve an outcome or how long participants are observed
A protocol is a detailed summary of the investigational plan. Investigators conducting independent studies (those that are not sponsored by pharmaceutical companies or research cooperative groups) must develop their own protocols.
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