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Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
HHSM 302: Writing in the Health Professions
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What is your topic? What is your personal connection to the topic? What problem needs to be solved/what challenge needs to be met? What are you trying to find out about your topic? What is your research question?
First Subtopic Heading
Synthesize i nformation from the literature in order to reach an original conclusion. Based on the literature you read, what can you conclude about the topic and share with your readers? The headings of the literature review reflect the subtopics of your main topic. Subtopic headings are Level 2 headings, like this:
Second Subtopic Heading
As an example of topical headings, pretend you are writing a paper about the best way to secure electronic data in a clinical setting. When you read the literature, you learned that there are three aspects of data security in a clinical setting: staff training, application software, and data input. These would be first, second, and third subtopics.
If one of your subtopic sections (like staff training, for example) becomes long enough to divide into smaller subheadings, use Level 3 headings for these subsections, as follows:
First Level Three Heading
Begin text here.
Second Level Three Heading
You must have at least two headings at each level (because you cannot divide a section “into 1”). You may not need to use Level 3 headings at all.
In the final section of your paper, your “voice” comes out front and center. Here is where you tell readers what you learned in terms of your original purpose. For example, to what extent was your research question answered by the literature you read? [For example, “The literature read for this paper suggests that . . . (answer)”]. To what extent was it not answered? [For example, “The literature did not address . . .”] Why? [For example, “None of the literature reviewed included . . .”] If your question was not completely answered, what further steps do you (or someone else) need to take? [For example, “To understand . . . , one would need to . . .”]. If you were trying to solve a problem or meet a challenge, did you find a satisfactory solution or guideline?
In this section, also discuss the application of your findings. How could your findings be applied in your field? Under what circumstances might they be useful and to whom? What changes might occur? How would those changes be beneficial?
Briefly, in just a few sentences, restate (a) what you were trying to find out or solve, (b) what the literature said about it, (c) what you concluded from the literature, and (d) how your conclusions will be beneficial to your field.
American Academic of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. (n.d.). Code of ethics. http://www.aafprs.org/Code_Of_Ethics.pdf
Ce nters for Disease Control and Prevention. (2011, August 31). Keep food and water safe after a disaster or emergency [Blog post]. http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/foodwater/facts.asp
Fu ng, I. H., & Cairncross, S. (2007). How often do you wash your hands? A review of studies of hand-washing practices in the community during and after the SARS outbreak in 2003. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 17(3), 161-183. https://doi.org/10.1080/09603120701254276
He alth Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-191; § 1173 et seq. http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/administrative/statute/index.html#1175
W alz, B. J. (2010). Foundations of EMS systems (2nd ed.). Delmar Cengage Learning.
In your introduction, and in your discussion section later in the paper, you may use first-person.
When you report on the literature, use third-person point of view (e.g., The authors).
Web document. Organization is the author. No publication date given.
Blog from recognized professional or government website.
Article in journal with doi number.
Federal law retrieved from Internet.
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