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    Exploratory, Formalized, and Causal Research Design

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    Of the exploratory, formalized, and causal research design types, which would you use to assess the effectiveness of an aspect of an healthcare job? Explain.

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    Research Design
    Research Design is a basic framework for conducting any research project. There are three key types of Research Design: Exploratory, Descriptive / Formalized and Causal Research Design. These Research Designs are used based on the type of research problem that is being addressed.

    Exploratory Research Design: is used when the objective of the research is to explore ideas and insights with respect to a specific business problem. For example: What are the challenges Healthcare professionals have in their jobs? How do these challenges differ based on their role / level in the Healthcare services process?

    Descriptive / Formalized Research Design: is used when the objective of the research is to describe the characteristics of a specific ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution provides an overview of the exploratory, formalized and causal research design types, and explains which of these research designs would be useful to asses the effectiveness of a healthcare job. Additionally, the solution outlines how the chosen design types would be used to perform the given assessment and explains why they would be useful.