If you are studying the social sciences, a more appropriate system may be SPICE:
- Setting (Where? in what context?)
- Population or Perspective (For whom?)
- Intervention (What?)
- Comparison (What else?)
- Evaluation (How well? What result?)
Here is an example of how it works:
- Setting: Scotland
- Population or perspective: Teenagers
- Intervention: Provision of Quit Kits to support smoking cessation
- Comparison: No support or "cold turkey"
- Evaluation: Number of successful attempts to give up smoking with Quit Kits compared to number of successful attempts with no support.
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