Where are the hypotheses rejected or accepted?

Go to the MDC database CINAHL (exercise your knowledge of searching) and search the following article (A copy is also provided below):Jaun, F., Boesing, M., Lüthi-Corridori, G., Abig, K., Makhdoomi, A., Bloch, N., Lins, C., Raess, A., Grillmayr, V., Haas, P., Schuetz, P., Gabutti, L., Muser, J., Leuppi-Taegtmeyer, A. B., Giezendanner, S., Brändle, M., & Leuppi, J. D. (2022). High-dose vitamin D substitution in patients with COVID-19: study protocol for a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multi-center study-VitCov Trial. (Links to an external site.) Trials, 23(1), 1–11.
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Remember, there are Original research articles that are based on an experiment or study. Often they follow the IMRAD format: introduction, methods, results, and discussion, and Review articles (literature reviews) are written to bring together and summarize the results/conclusions from multiple original research articles/studies. This analysis will be performed in a research study, you may copy and paste the responses.
Find the Research Problem/Hypotheses: Often authors will refer to the purpose of the study. This is often articulated in the abstract, introduction, or background.
Find the purpose statement?
Find the study design?
Identify the participants. How were these chosen?
Identify the control group.
Identify the intervention?
outcomes (what was measured).
What were the results?
Where are the hypotheses rejected or accepted?

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