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Current Business Research Project Paper
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Current Business Research Project Paper

This paper will summaries the research of Aligning Community Engagement With Traditional Authority Structures in Global Health Research: A Case Study From Northern Ghana (Tindana, Rozmovits, Boulanger, Bandewar, Aborigo, Hodgson, & Lavery, 2011). By answering the following questions: define the business research and its purpose, explain the business problems under investigation, describing the data collection methods used in the research project and what did the researchers conclude because of their research.

Business research is defined “as a systematic and organized effort to investigate a specific problem encountered in a work setting that needs a solution” (Sekaran, 2003, p. 5). The purpose of business research in any area is to find ways to improve the problem at hand and according to Sekaran, 2003 “research provides the needed information that guides managers to make informed decisions to successfully deal with problems”

The business problem under investigation by the researchers was to find why the Navrongo Health Research Centre in northern Ghana was so successful within the community as well as to study the Community Engagement (CE) in an African location. The goal of the researchers was to identify the CE used to accept researchers to conduct studies within the villages. The research project lasted over a year. Several methods used for data collection included, in-depth interviews, focus groups, qualitative data software, and special meeting with only women. However, getting nformation from the entire community was to attend a durbar a formal gathering. The durbar was a way to listen to the people and their concerns such as pregnancy among teens, venereal diseases (VD), and deaths during childbirth.

The researchers conclude if the right channels CE were not followed...
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