Method: Narrative literature review
Abstract: this brief paragraph should contain a brief statement about the purpose, methods, results, conclusions, and clinical relevance. Note the journal's word limit for the abstract.
Introduction: this section should inform the reader what the review is about and why it is important.
Body: this may be broken into sections including the method (eg. search terms and databases searched), results, and discussion. Subheadings may incorporate into these sections. The body will inform the reader of the literature review methodology, summarise the results of the included studies and expand upon the information outlined in the introduction. This should be referenced (without the use of quotes). Technical writing is objective, concise, and accurate. Avoid long and complex sentences, single-sentence paragraphs, and excessively long paragraphs. Remember that the first sentence of each paragraph usually states the main idea or topic being discussed. It is expected that the paragraph then goes onto expanding and develop the idea. Make sure that the sentences flow.
Conclusion: this section summarizes what you have reviewed. There should be no “new” information. This section should reinforce the statements made in the discussion, real-world implications (or why is it important), or even future development/research.
References: should be completed in accordance with the journals referencing guidelines.
You may use a referencing tool such as Endnote.
Students must utilize and incorporate at least 20 refereed journal articles.
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