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Research & Innovation Detail

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Conducting research that advances knowledge and contributes to scientific and technological advancements.

Hypothesis Research & Literature Review

JaeTech Research team creates an excellent review that can be an invaluable tool for practitioners, providing a concise summary and analysis of the relevant information in a given area. JaeTech conducts hypothesis research & literature reviews in a variety of ways, depending on the nature of the research question and the resources available.

We define the research question, issue, or opportunity to find the solution or investigation involves attempting to comprehend a specific phenomenon or trend.

We conduct a comprehensive literature review after identifying the research question to understand what is already known about the topic.

We develop a specific, testable, and grounded existing knowledge hypothesis based on the research question and the insights gleaned from the literature review.

We design a research study to test the hypothesis by conducting surveys, running experiments, or analyzing data to determine the relationship between variables.

After designing the research study, we collect data from respondents or customers, analyze the collected data, or run experiments to test the hypothesis.

Once the data has been analyzed, we interpret the results and draw conclusions based on the trends or patterns in the data, as well as any potential limitations or confounding factors.

JaeTech Global: Research and Innovation – Data Collection and Analysis
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Data collection
and Analysis

JaeTech offers a full suite of outsourcing data collection services to collect qualitative and quantitative data within a stipulated time frame. JaeTech's dedicated team of analysts helps you out with scientific analysis dilemmas.

Epidemic investigation &

Epidemic investigation and management involve a complex process of identifying the cause of an outbreak, tracking its spread, implementing measures to control and contain it, and developing strategies to prevent future occurrences. JaeTech plays a crucial role in this process by providing scientific expertise and conducting studies that inform public health policies and interventions.

JaeTech Global: Research and Innovation – Epidemic Investigation
JaeTech Global: Research and Innovation – Epidemic Investigation

JaeTech establish surveillance systems to monitor the spread of the epidemic and identify new cases by collecting data from hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities, as well as from community-based sources such as schools and workplaces.

JaeTech evaluates the effectiveness of interventions through randomized controlled trials, observational studies, and other research methods.

JaeTech conduct epidemiological studies to identify risk factors for the disease and map the spread of the epidemic by analyzing data on the demographic and clinical characteristics of affected individuals, as well as conducting surveys and interviews with affected communities.

JaeTech conduct laboratory tests to identify the causative agent of the epidemic and determine its characteristics, such as its genetic makeup, mode of transmission, and virulence.

Based on the results of investigations, JaeTech develops interventions to control and contain the epidemic, such as vaccines, drugs, or public health messaging campaigns.

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Manuscript writing & publication

The process of manuscript writing and publication can be time-consuming and complex, requiring careful planning and attention to detail. However, it is an essential part of the research process, allowing to share of findings with a broader audience and contributing to the scientific community's knowledge base.

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Once the initial draft is completed, the manuscript were reviewed and edited by a team of experts in the field through multiple rounds of revisions to ensure the manuscript is accurate and meets the standards of the intended publication.

Once the manuscript has been reviewed and edited, it was submitted to a suitable journal or conference for publication. JaeTech has a list of preferred journals or conferences based on the topic of the manuscript and the target audience.

The submitted manuscript will undergo a rigorous peer-review process which will be evaluated by experts in the field. The reviewers will provide feedback and suggest revisions to improve the manuscript's quality.

Based on the feedback received from the peer-review process, the manuscript may need to be revised and resubmitted. JaeTech researchers make significant changes to the manuscript or address specific concerns raised by the reviewers.

If the manuscript is accepted, JaeTech work with the publisher to finalize the publication by formatting, proofreading, and finalizing any supplementary materials, such as figures or data tables.

Systematic review & meta-analysis

JaeTech has extensive experience with meta-analysis, which is a quantitative, formal, epidemiological study design used to systematically assess the results of previous research in order to draw conclusions about that body of research. Performing a systematic review and meta-analysis involves a rigorous and structured approach that requires a team of researchers with expertise in the relevant subject matter.

JaeTech conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis by using a clearly defined research question or objective. It will guide the search strategy and the inclusion and exclusion criteria for studies.

JaeTech develops a comprehensive search strategy to identify relevant studies by searching multiple databases, such as PubMed, Embase, and Cochrane Library, using a combination of keywords and search terms. The search strategy was documented and reported transparently.

After the search is conducted, the identified studies are screened for inclusion and exclusion criteria. The screening process is carried out by two or more reviewers independently screening the studies and resolving any discrepancies through discussion and consensus.

Once the studies are selected, data is extracted from the studies using a standardized data extraction form. The data was extracted by study characteristics, participant characteristics, interventions, outcomes, and measures of effect size.

JaeTech ensures the quality of the included studies by assessing using standardized tools, such as the Cochrane Risk of Bias tool or the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale. The quality assessment helps to determine the strength of evidence and the risk of bias in the studies.

The data from the included studies are synthesized using statistical methods to estimate the overall effect size and the level of heterogeneity between the studies. Meta-analysis was performed if the studies are sufficiently homogenous.

The results are interpreted in light of the research question and the overall quality of the evidence. The results were presented in a narrative summary, tables, and/or forest plots.


Disease surveillance
& response

Disease surveillance and response are complex and ongoing process that requires ongoing monitoring, analysis, and response activities to control disease outbreaks. JaeTech plays a critical role in this process by developing and implementing effective surveillance and response systems.

JaeTech establish a surveillance system to monitor the spread of diseases in different populations by collecting data from various sources, such as healthcare facilities, laboratories, and public health agencies.

The data collected from the surveillance systems need to be analyzed to identify potential disease outbreaks by using statistical models and machine learning algorithms to identify patterns and trends in the data.

Once a disease outbreak has been identified, JaeTech researchers investigate the outbreak to determine the cause and extent of the outbreak by conducting epidemiological studies, analyzing clinical data, and collecting samples for laboratory testing.

Based on the findings from the investigation, JaeTech researchers develop response plans to control the spread of the disease. These plans were implementing public health interventions, such as vaccination campaigns or quarantine measures.

JaeTech ensures the quality of the included studies by assessing using standardized tools, such as the Cochrane Risk of Bias tool or the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale. The quality assessment helps to determine the strength of evidence and the risk of bias in the studies.

JaeTech researchers monitor the implementation of response activities to ensure the effectiveness in controlling the outbreak by ongoing data collection and analysis to assess the impact of the response activities.

Finally, JaeTech researchers evaluate the outcomes of disease surveillance and response activities by assessing the effectiveness of the response activities in controlling the outbreak and identifying areas for improvement in future outbreaks.