Background information helps you:
Use an encyclopedia source to do general background research. Use quality, professionally produced sources to familiarize yourself with the topic (not just Google and Wikipedia).
Try some of these:
Formulating a research question:
The basic formula for research question is: How does x relate/impact/cause y?
For a good research question you’ll usually have one more component, something to make it a bit more specific, like a place, time, group of people, etc.
PICOT is a mnemonic device used to describe the four elements of a good clinical foreground question:
PICO is a mnemonic used to describe the four elements of a good clinical foreground question:
P = Population/Patient/Problem
I = Intervention of Interest
C = Comparison intervention or issue of Interest
O = Outcome(s) of Interest
T = Time of Interest