What is the best title for research title

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Why are search titles important?

Before looking at how to title a research paper, let’s look at an example of a research title that shows why a good research paper should have a strong title.

Imagine that you are doing research on meditation and nursing and you want to know if studies have shown that meditation makes nurses better communicators. Perform a keyword search using the keywords “nursing,” “communication,” and “reflection.” You get results that have the following titles:


  1. Are children smarter (or more social) because of the Internet?
  2. Should the federal government be allowed to regulate information on the Internet?
  3. How has the Internet and digital downloads affected the music industry?
  4. How does a search engine work?
  1. What are the effects of long-term steroid use on the human body?
  2. What are the benefits and risks of medical marijuana?
  3. How does tobacco affect the human body?
  4. Do the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks?
  5. What are common sleep problems and how are they treated?
  6. What are the dangers of artificial tanning or prolonged exposure to the sun?
  7. Do thin people have to pay Medicare and other health costs for the health problems of obese people? Should obese people have higher prices?
  8. Low carb vs. low fat diet
  9. Benefits of strength training over aerobics
  10. How much weekly exercise is needed to achieve lasting health benefits
  11. Websites provide too much information
  12. Psychological problems, such as cutting and self-harm, eating disorders, autism, Tourette’s syndrome, ADHD, ADD, Asperger’s syndrome
  13. Are we going too far in blaming fast food restaurants for the obesity? When is it individual responsibility and when is it appropriate to blame?
  14. Should companies allow employees to exercise while working?
  15. Steroids, antibiotics, aerosols; Are Food Manufacturers Killing Us?
  16. Alternative medicine
  17. Alzheimer’s disease
  18. Anorexia
  19. Causes of eating disorders, society portrait of women
  20. ) y physical condition
  21. ) Fad diets
  22. Fast food
  23. Heart disease
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  25. Attention deficit disorder
  26. Investigate the history and origin of ADHD and ADD.
  27. Organic food
  28. Prescription drugs
  29. Smoking
  30. Vegetables
  31. Learning difficulties
  32. (learning difficulties)

    – Eat recovery: methods, successes, new strategies.

  33. What are the main types of cancer and how are they related?
  34. Study the success rate of non-medical, holistic treatment of cancer.
  35. Is Alzheimer’s disease inevitable? Explore theories of prevention.
  36. What types of physical deterioration are associated with age?
  37. Explore the links between emotional stability and physical well-being, and provide evidence of how both links can exist.
  38. Explore differences in rates of wound healing and overcoming illness across cultural boundaries.
  39. Explore the modern history of viral diseases by examining what is known about the emergence of deadly viruses.
  40. Find out how congenital heart disease can be treated and how it is different from other types of heart disease.
  41. Is it a natural condition from time to time, and is society too willing to treat it as a disorder?
  42. Explore sociopathy, discover biological and psychological roots, habitual patterns and treatment possibilities.
  43. How is compulsive behavior determined? Find examples of anal retention and vomiting, OCD, etc., as accepted criteria.
  44. Investigate and explore the nature of codependency as both a normal and extremely unhealthy relationship condition.
  45. Explore the history and use of electroshock, looking at how and why this extreme treatment became widely used.
  46. Collection: Symptoms and Treatments, Causes, Types of Accounts
  47. Limit Incredible and Expensive Treatments vs. Do It All
  48. Nutrition/Other Medicine vs. Traditional Medicine Coverage Insurance care for other treatment?
  49. Government grants for research into alternative treatments?
  50. Better health thanks to alternative treatments?
  51. Assisted suicide vs. ?
  52. Should parents avoid vaccinating their children?

Step 3: Write the research title: use these keywords

20-50 years to assess waiting list size affects transplant patient outcomes of liver; the results show a positive correlation between an increase in the number of waiting lists and a negative prognosis after the transplant procedure.

The previous sentence is clearly too long for the title of a research paper. That’s why you’ll be cutting and polishing your title in the next two steps.

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