What is the topic for the annotated bibliography? You can choose your own topic for the annotated bibliography, but it must be medically related (such as a human disease or condition) and be useful to an audience (for example a nurse, doctor, patient, carer). I’ve excluded the topics of diabetes and cancer primary care because these are covered in the lab project and the example I gave for the annotated bibliography. You may start off with a topic or disease in mind but refine that topic as you add additional filters to your search terms to reduce the number of papers received by that search. Is an abstract required No, an abstract is not required. – Please still write a background section. Are separate sections need? Yes, there should be theses sections in this order: Background, Methods, Results, Conclusion and References
Choose a medically related research topic and preform a detailed literature search for recent articles. • The topic can be of the students’ choosing, however, to reduce overlap with other coursework and the example given, the topic should not include diabetes or cancer primary care. • When choosing the topic, care must be taken to identify a target audience and a purpose for the final annotated bibliography. • The literature search should be filtered to narrow down the subject matter and a variety of 5-8 articles specifically chosen for detailed analysis in the annotated bibliography. • When selecting the articles; no two papers should be from the same author or research group to provide a wider scope for the bibliography. The articles chosen must be open access or accessible through the UCLan set of journal licences. • I short background section should be written in the annotated bibliography to introduce the topic. This background should highlight the purpose of the annotated bibliography and its target audience. The background section can contain separate references if needed. • A methods section should include the details of how the literature search was performed and how the final articles were chosen. • The 5-8 articles chosen should be presented with annotations in alphabetical order, sorted by the first author’s last name. • Each annotation should include: 1) The full APA 7th Edition format of the reference as a title in bold. 2) Underneath this title should follow a short description of the article, it’s findings, target audience and methods. 3) Critical analysis of the article and how it adds to the chosen topic. Each of the annotations should be 150-200 words long (Excluding the reference in the title) and written in full sentences. • Following the annotations of the 5-8 articles, a short conclusion section should summarise the findings from the references chosen and provided recommendations from these discoveries. • All references should be presented at the end of the document in a separate references section. • Information in the annotations for each reference should be well researched and the appropriate references given in the APA 7th Edition format. • The marking criteria for this assessment can be found on the XY1110 Blackboard annotated bibliography page (Module Materials > XY1110 Assessments) • Learning outcomes for the annotated bibliography are; Be able to perform detailed and accurate literature searches. Read and critically analyse literature. Identify and summaries the current views on a topic. Provide references in the APA 7th Edition format. • Include a word count that excludes the text from the references in the annotations and excludes the text from final references section.
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