|Identifying Research Activity on mental health disorders||Why the distinction between basic and applied research is important in the field of science||Observations (Similarities/Differences)|
This translational research requires the researcher to identify mental health disorders and their impact. This will be done through the project, which aims to develop a multi-faceted view of mental health disorder research across several countries (Galsworthy, 2014). The current state of mental health disorders is vital given the growing burden to institutions with limited resources.
|The methodologies that were used in the traditional research for data collection included innuendo and guesswork, which often resulted in misdiagnosis in the early years. The modern data collection will be explored by the use of bibliometric analyses of clinical guidelines, newspaper reports, and scientific publications (Packer, 2015).||Mental Health Disorders create a particular challenge regarding the mapping of the research area and this is because of the high co-morbidity, varying diagnostic criteria, and the complex nature. There are different challenges across different landscapes such as healthcare systems, cultural and socioeconomic diversity, data collection, and reimbursement rates.|
|Goals||The ultimate goal of the research should aim to improve the health care of the population (Parks, 2014). The project should aim to demystify the pathway from research investments to measurable impacts (Parks, 2014). ||This will only be achieved through the production of knowledge using the publication of scientific papers (Kinge, 2014). Through identification of the mental health disorder reviews and articles, there will be conclusive evidence, which will help the study significantly through the bibliometric analyses of research (Kinge, 2014).||There will be research that will be conducted on individuals from different landscapes. This will have different challenges but it will help to identify, which disease should be given the most attention than the others. This does not mean that the other ailments will be ignored.|
|Data Collection||The analysis of the papers can assist to indicate how health practice can be informed by research (Penfield, 2014). It could also help to indicate the lag time between potential health benefits and research expenditure and also the attribution of the benefits of the research in certain country’s research.||This papers will be cited using the Mental Health Disorder guidelines in the landscape areas using a macro that often generates search statements to find publications in the WoS database (Baker, 2014). The analysis will be done using the leading country, mean 5-year citation score, timeframe, systematic reviews, and research type.||Medical stories often target the general public and the impact on their health. Their behavior cannot be assumed because it may be positive or negative. The stories in the media could also influence decision-makers and healthcare professionals, which affects the policy agenda.|
Galsworthy, M, Irwin R, Charlesworth, K, Ernst K, Hristovski D, Wismar M, et al. (2014) An analysis of subject areas and country participation for all health-related projects in the EU’s FP5 and FP6 programmes. Eur J Pub Health.24:514–20
Kinge, J, Roxrud, I, Vollset, S, Skirbekk, V, Røttingen, J-A. (2014) are the Norwegian health research investments in line with the disease burden? Health Res Policy Syst. 12:64
Packer, C., Simpson, S., de Almeida R. T. (2015) EUROSCAN International Network Member Agencies: their structure, processes, and outputs. Int J Technol Assess Health Care.31:78–85.
Parks, R. (2014) the rise, critique and persistence of the DALY in global health. J Glob Health. http://www.ghjournal.org/the-rise-critique-and-persistence-of-the-daly-in-global-health/. Accessed 23rd July 2019.Penfield, T, Baker, M.J, Scoble, R, Wykes, M.C. (2014) Assessment, evaluations, and definitions of research impact: a review. Res Eval. 23:21–32.
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