- Review your research proposal. While doing so, consider one thing you learned that would be helpful to your social work colleagues. This could relate to the literature you read on your topic, how you approached the research proposal, or a concept or process you found particularly enlightening.
- Think critically about your proposed research and how, if the study were conducted, it might inform social work practice. Consider any limitations
Share a key takeaway from your research proposal with your colleagues. Then, explain how your proposed research would inform social work practice. Finally, identify what you perceive as the potential limitations of your proposed study and how you might address those if you were to conduct the study.
Please support your response with external sources (i.e., cite and reference)..