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The Impact of an Online Health Service or Mobile Application on the Child Health of Australia

Table of content

 

Literature review.. 3

Justification of proposed method. 4

The quantitative method of justification. 4

Justification of sample technique. 5

Justification of data collection method. 5

Justification of descriptive and inferential statistical analysis. 5

Justification of human ethics committee. 6

References. 7

 

Title: the impact of an online health service or mobile application on the child health of Australia

Literature review

The online health service and mobile application have the drastic effect on the population of Australia. It has both the positive and negative impact, as people can effectively take self-care by using the online health service. The research topic is based on the impact of online health care service and mobile application on the child health.  The research will be executed focusing on the qualitative data and the child health ageing from 10-17 years.  The online health services have a significant advantage as it saves time as well as money. Still, the children remain unaware of using the online healthcare service and mobile application, and as a result,   it often causes the negative impact on the health of the child. The online healthcare service is very useful for the disabled children facing problem to travel the long distance to visit the doctor.  The mobile application can be used to interact and consult the physician. The research will be carried by focusing on both the male and female children to maintain equality. The research will be conducted by focusing the posi ........

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Justification of data collection method. 5

Justification of descriptive and inferential statistical analysis. 5

Justification of human ethics committee. 6

References. 7

 

Title: the impact of an online health service or mobile application on the child health of Australia

Literature review

The online health service and mobile application have the drastic effect on the population of Australia. It has both the positive and negative impact, as people can effectively take self-care by using the online health service. The research topic is based on the impact of online health care service and mobile application on the child health.  The research will be executed focusing on the qualitative data and the child health ageing from 10-17 years.  The online health services have a significant advantage as it saves time as well as money. Still, the children remain unaware of using the online healthcare service and mobile application, and as a result,   it often causes the negative impact on the health of the child. The online healthcare service is very useful for the disabled children facing problem to travel the long distance to visit the doctor.  The mobile application can be used to interact and consult the physician. The research will be carried by focusing on both the male and female children to maintain equality. The research will be conducted by focusing the positive and negative impact of online health service and mobile application over the health of a child.  In the modern time, technology and internet advantage are touching the sky. Apart from the adult, children are the effective population that uses the internet and mobile application. Often children opt for the health service that is not suitable for them and hence causes risk. The main aim of the study is to deliver the current overview about the impact of mobile application and online health service upon child health. Children are the one that spends the often time surfing the internet and sometimes approaches the thing that is not appropriate for the age range. The online health service must be implemented by consulting the expert, either by child or parent under effective guidance to avoid risk and issues (Creswell & Poth, 2017).

According to Beins, (2017), the major issue with the research is it is limited only to the child health. The research does not focus on the entire population, and as a result, the research lacks significant justification. According to the research, it is important for the parent as well as the mobile application owner to monitor the user. Often, in the busy time the parents are not always present for constant monitoring. Hence children opt for ineffective online health service. The applicant must have drastic security so that it becomes quite complex for the child below 18 years to operate.  The parent must keep the track and monitor the child actors at regular intervals. The child must be given the instruction not to use an online health service without consulting elders.  Using the wrong health care service which is not suitable may cause harm and risk to the health of the child.  The child age range from 10- 17 are immature and are dependent upon other to meet and fulfil the requirement.  Often person searches for the online health information in order to cure the issue.  The vast amount of information is present and becomes quite a confusion for the significant selection. The research is carried out in school, hospital. The research supports to understand that how many people especially the parents are concerned about the activity of the children. It is very clear that online health services are beneficial for the adult but risky for the children.  The effect of a mobile application regarding health care is enormous. Moreover, according to DiSaia et al. (2017) the secondary data does not provide with the sufficient information in order to satisfy the research objective. Hence, the quantitative method will be used to gather the information.

The gaps in the research were no particular age group was determined. In addition to it, no significant step was taken in order to create awareness prior to child health by using the mobile application or online health service.  The population was left to choose according to wills. Hence, the research gap is required to be filled by using the current research.  The specific age group need to be focused where finding can be executed in order to create the awareness on the basis of the impact of online health service. It must provide the guidance to bring the change and create awareness.  The opinion of the population need to be gathered, and the survey questionnaires will be filed by the participants as the point in the current research.  In addition to it, the research works according to the consumer's perception, experience and attributes towards the health and safety measures.  The study was executed to understand the consumers' behaviour and perception towards the effect of online health service.  It is important for the research to create the awareness regarding the impact of online health service to minimise the risk.  A qualitative research was conducted in order to determine the perception and behavioural perception.  The online health services are present according to the symptoms, condition and treatment but implementing it on the child might have the adverse effect. The child health is sensitive and implementing any of the online health tips might harm the health or might cause some side-effect. The online health service must be implemented on the children only by consulting the health physician. 

The current research effectively based upon healthy awareness and healthy measure derived from the research. The research carries the effective discussion and explanation regarding the advantage and risk of using the online health service on the child health. In addition to it, the research gap will be effectively filled using the current research.  The research will help the people in order to understand the health awareness norms and influence to implement it (LoBiondo-Wood & Haber, 2017)

According to Nan & Sansavini, (2017) the research tries to establish the measure to create awareness among the people to reduce the use of online health service in children. The research effectively states the disadvantage of using the online health service.  In addition to it, the studies also highlight some of the advantages of online health service implementation under the expert guidance. The study also states the impact of online health service focusing over the specific age range to make it more clear and transparent. In addition to it, the research also focuses overt ethical norms to proceed with research.

Justification of proposed method

The quantitative method of justification

For the broad qualitative research, Field research can be considered or as the method of qualitative information collected method.  The important idea is that the researcher gets into the field in order to observe the phenomenon in the suit or natural state. The field research help to gain firsthand knowledge and experience about people, process and event. Moreover, field research is one of the excellent methods for understanding the role of the social context. It yields very detailed data, and it also focuses on the relevance and role of the social context. In case of the impact of online health service, it is vital for the research to research in depth to enhance the excellent data collection.  The field research method has been selected as it deals with the issue related to social context. The field research supports the research to gather the information from an entire population on the impact of online health service (Gevaert et al. 2017).

 

Justification of sample technique

Often, the population is too vast for the research in order to conduct the effective research, The small and careful selections of the sample play the vital role and support the research to gather the effective information. The research can use the effective sample in order to represent the entire pollution.  This type of research is also said as census research as data is collected focusing on every member of the population. The sampling method is classified as probability or no probability. In case of probability sample method, each member of the population has known the nonzero probability of being chosen in addition to it the sample advantage is that the errors can be calculated. In addition to it, the no probability method selected the member from the population in some non-random way.  In order to accumulate the necessary and important data, the random survey method has been selected. The participation will be provided with the questionnaires where they can fill their viewpoint about the research topic (Liu et al. 2017).  Moreover, the cluster sampling method will put the participants in the group, and the information is collected considering the entire group. The people or participants within the group are only considered to gather the data. The systematic sampling is often used rather than random sampling method. 

 

Justification of data collection method

For the effective research, the questionnaires and survey method are implemented to collect the effective data.  The questionnaires are the form that is filled by the respondent and returned to the researcher.  The survey method is quite affordable as well as effective; people can efficiently give their view about the topic.  The survey method used to collect the data was face to face communication or interview. The question and answer session between the research and the respondent supports a lot to collect the significant data. Compare to survey, questionnaires are quite complex and expensive. In addition to it, the survey deal with some complex question which the respondent might face trouble or problem to respond. The questionnaires are the method that contains straightforward question and response can easily fill the form and return without hesitation. Australia has the effective rate of literacy. Hence the survey method play the vital role to collect the information necessary for the research. Hence, the for the collection of data, survey method is going to be implemented (Perri, Rueda García & Cobo Rodríguez, 2017).  

Justification of descriptive and inferential statistical analysis

The descriptive statistical analysis provides the information that effectively describes the data is some of the other ways.  In addition to it, the graphical data presentation is another method of descriptive statistics. Descriptive statistical analysis organized and presented the data in a meaningful manner. It is used to describe the situation effectively and also describes the significant characteristics of the dataset.  It uses the measure of mean, median, mode, central tendency and so on.

The inferential statistical analysis is all about drawing the conclusion about the population on the basis of observation and sample analysis. It is used in order to explain the change of the occurrence of the event. The method used for inferential statistical analysis is testing of hypotheses and estimating of the parameter (Cha, Kim, Moon, & Hong, 2017).

Justification of human ethics committee

There is the requirement of the human ethics committee in order to ensure the research and the associated tasks are carried according to ethics.  The human ethics committees will be monitoring and ensure that the entire task and research is carried by maintaining transparency.  In addition to it, the absence of ethics committee there might be the possibility of misuse of data.  This ethical practice might harm the reputation of the institute as well as of the research of the project. 

The Human Resource Ethics Committee plays the key role in the Australian system of the ethical overview of research that includes humans.  The HREC has been selected as it has been working with the Australian health department since ages.  The HREC ensures that the respondent is not forced to take part in the research method and also maintain the privacy.  It is vital to ensure that the data collected are kept securely under the Data Protection Act, 1998. In some situation, the data collection might be manipulated, and as a result, an unwanted method might be applied. In addition to it, the research is related to health and therefore there is the requirement of the expert body to overview the research process. Hence, human resource ethics committee has been selected to ensure that the research is executed ethically (Rinderknecht et al. 2017).

 

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Creswell, J. W., & Poth, C. N. (2017). Qualitative inquiry and research design: Choosing among five approaches. Sage publications.

DiSaia, P. J., Creasman, W. T., Mannel, R. S., McMeekin, D. S., & Mutch, D. G. (2017). Clinical Gynecologic Oncology E-Book. Elsevier Health Sciences.

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