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TOPIC IS VACCINES
A literature review summarizes the published research on any given topic. Here, you need to summarize the published research on your research topic. After reviewing the sample literature review (Links to an external site.) from the Writing Center, use the scholarly resources (Links to an external site.) from the University of Arizona Global Campus Library and complete a literature review for your Research study proposal. Include in your review relevant published studies on your health related topic.
The primary goal of this literature review is to integrate concepts from biomedical research related to your topic and that explores the literature encompassing your proposed research question/hypothesis. In this section of the proposal, you will review the findings in the individual empirical articles, organize the research in a meaningful way, evaluate the reliability, validity, and generalizability of the research findings, and present an integrated synthesis of the research that sheds new light on the topic you have selected.
A successful integrative literature review may result in a significant contribution to a particular body of knowledge and, consequently, to research and practice. Therefore, before writing this literature review, substantive new research must be conducted via scholarly and peer-reviewed resources (Links to an external site.) from within the University of Arizona Global Campus Library. Address methods of analysis commonly used in the applicable research to your topic, contrasting results, and any surrounding cultural considerations. Address any evidence of health disparities related to the selected topic. A minimum of eight peer-reviewed sources must be included.
The literature review should include the following sections:
- A clear introduction that provides a general review and organizes the research in a meaningful way;
- A discussion in which the evidence is presented through analysis, critique, and synthesis;
- Evidence of health disparities related to the selected topic.
- A conclusion in which the discussion is drawn together in a meaningful way where the claims of the introduction are brought to a logical closure, and new research is proposed.