This week, you will receive feedback from your instructor on your rough draft assignment. (Find feedback on the bottom of the page)You will edit, revise, and add any additional information to your literature review based on your instructor feedback and additional research and reading. This submission should be more polished than your previous version. As you continue to read about your chosen research topic,(Importance of breast cancer screening) feel free to add to your literature review and make it even more meaningful for your research proposal.
The following requirements should be met in your literature review:
- Include a minimum of six scholarly sources
- Organize in logical sections
- Include an overview of the literature
- Be unbiased in your presentation of information
- Include sources and content relevant to your research questions and hypothesis; state the relevance in your literature review
- Include a critical assessment of the sources. Do not simply include a summary of what you have read
- A strong introduction and conclusion, including further questions for research
- Proper APA formatting, citations, and references
Thank you for your literature review rough draft submission. A literature review is a critical analysis of published sources, or literature, on your selected topic. It is an assessment of the literature and provides a summary, classification, comparison and evaluation. A literature demonstrates a clear connection between the various literature sources. In your paper due this week:
1. Do not simply include a summary of what you have read – provide your critical analysis of the articles you included on breast cancer screening and show connections between articles.
2. Did you look at breast cancer screening recommendations/screen guidelines?
3. Identify study limitations identified by the author(s); and any limitations YOU identified based that is/are not mentioned by the author(s).
4. Your conclusion should give a summary of the main agreements and disagreements in the literature, any gaps or areas for further research, and your overall perspective on the topic.