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  1. What is Literature Review?

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  1. Nursing: How to Write a Literature Review

    Review articles (secondary sources) Use to identify literature on your topic, the way you would use a bibliography. Then locate and retrieve the original studies discussed in the review article. Review articles are considered secondary sources. Additional search tips. Ancestry searching or backward citation searching.

  2. Reviewing the literature

    Implementing evidence into practice requires nurses to identify, critically appraise and synthesise research. This may require a comprehensive literature review: this article aims to outline the approaches and stages required and provides a working example of a published review. Literature reviews aim to answer focused questions to: inform professionals and patients of the best available ...

  3. The Literature Review: A Foundation for High-Quality Medical Education

    The Literature Review Defined. In medical education, no organization has articulated a formal definition of a literature review for a research paper; thus, a literature review can take a number of forms. Depending on the type of article, target journal, and specific topic, these forms will vary in methodology, rigor, and depth.

  4. Conducting integrative reviews: a guide for novice nursing researchers

    Furthermore, novice nursing researchers may receive little formal training to develop the skills required to generate a comprehensive integrative review ( Boote and Beile, 2005 ). Aveyard and Bradbury-Jones (2019) also emphasised the limited literature providing guidance surrounding integrative reviews. Therefore, novice nursing researchers ...

  5. Writing a literature review

    A formal literature review is an evidence-based, in-depth analysis of a subject. There are many reasons for writing one and these will influence the length and style of your review, but in essence a literature review is a critical appraisal of the current collective knowledge on a subject. Rather than just being an exhaustive list of all that ...

  6. PDF Reviewing the literature

    fi. taken is in uenced by the purpose of the review and. fl. resources available. However, the stages or methods used to undertake a review are similar across approaches and include: Formulating clear inclusion and exclusion criteria, for example, patient groups, ages, conditions/treat-ments, sources of evidence/research designs;

  7. Nursing: Literature Review

    A literature review is a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of published information on a subject area. Conducting a literature review demands a careful examination of a body of literature that has been published that helps answer your research question (See PICO). Literature reviewed includes scholarly journals, scholarly books ...

  8. Nursing Resources : Conducting a Literature Review

    A literature review is an essay that surveys, summarizes, links together, and assesses research in a given field. It surveys the literature by reviewing a large body of work on a subject; it summarizes by noting the main conclusions and findings of the research; it links together works in the literature by showing how the information fits into the overall academic discussion and how the ...

  9. PDF What is a Literature Review?

    Nursing and allied health disciplines contain a vast amount of ever increasing lit-erature and research that is important to the ongoing development of practice. The literature review is an aid to gathering and synthesising that information. The pur-pose of the literature review is to draw on and critique previous studies in an

  10. Carrying out systematic literature reviews: an introduction

    Abstract. Systematic reviews provide a synthesis of evidence for a specific topic of interest, summarising the results of multiple studies to aid in clinical decisions and resource allocation. They remain among the best forms of evidence, and reduce the bias inherent in other methods. A solid understanding of the systematic review process can ...

  11. Literature Reviews

    Literature Review & Systematic Review Steps. Develop a Focused Question; Scope the Literature (Initial Search) Refine & Expand the Search; ... Asking the Clinical Question, AJN The American Journal of Nursing: March 2010 - Volume 110 - Issue 3 - p 58-61 doi: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000368959.11129.79 ...

  12. PDF Undertaking a literature review: a step'by-step approacii

    literature review process. While reference is made to diflFerent types of literature reviews, the focus is on the traditional or narrative review that is undertaken, usually either as an academic assignment or part of the research process. Key words: Aneilysis and synthesis • Literature review • Literature searching • Writing a review T

  13. Systematically Reviewing the Literature: Building the Evidence for

    Systematic reviews that summarize the available information on a topic are an important part of evidence-based health care. There are both research and non-research reasons for undertaking a literature review. It is important to systematically review the literature when one would like to justify the need for a study, to update personal ...

  14. Reviewing the literature: choosing a review design

    The purpose of a review of healthcare literature is primarily to summarise the knowledge around a specific question or topic, or to make recommendations that can support health professionals and organisations make decisions about a specific intervention or care issue. 5 In addition, reviews can highlight gaps in knowledge to guide future research.

  15. Reviews of Literature in Nursing Research: Methodological ...

    Despite the availability of guidelines about the different types of review literature, the identification of the best approach is not always clear for nursing researchers. Therefore, in this article, we provide a comprehensive guide to be used by health care and nursing scholars while choosing among …

  16. Journal of Clinical Nursing

    The findings of this integrative literature review are important in terms of developing research-based strategies for caring across clinical practices. Caring in nursing presupposes professional competence related to the patient group and the ability to build a trusting relationship.

  17. Reviews of Literature in Nursing Research: Methodological

    Therefore, in this article, we provide a comprehensive guide to be used by health care and nursing scholars while choosing among 4 popular types of reviews (narrative, integrative, scoping, and ...

  18. How to Write a Literature Review

    Examples of literature reviews. Step 1 - Search for relevant literature. Step 2 - Evaluate and select sources. Step 3 - Identify themes, debates, and gaps. Step 4 - Outline your literature review's structure. Step 5 - Write your literature review.

  19. Nursing ethical values and definitions: A literature review

    This study is a part of a bigger study conducted in the Isfahan University of Medical Sciences. A literature review was carried out in 2010 to determine ethical values and related definitions in nursing systems of various countries. In this literature review, the York University four-step approach was applied.

  20. Writing a Literature Review

    A literature review is a document or section of a document that collects key sources on a topic and discusses those sources in conversation with each other (also called synthesis ). The lit review is an important genre in many disciplines, not just literature (i.e., the study of works of literature such as novels and plays).

  21. Defining professional nursing accountability: a literature review

    Professional nursing accountability is described by both professional nursing organizations and nursing education credentialing agencies as a core aspect that underpins professional nursing practice. Although accountability is foundational to professional practice, a review of the literature revealed no consistent language or definition ...

  22. Existential Advocacy in Nursing Care: A Concept Analysis

    Considering Gadow's original EA definition along with a thorough literature review, the definition of EA for this concept analysis is the nurses' efforts to support and promote their patients' right to self-determination by helping them discern their holistic health and wellness situation and then clarify their values within that reality.

  23. A scale for measuring nursing digital application skills: a development

    The initial item pool was developed by a research team of five researchers, including a nursing professor, two nursing doctoral students and two nursing students with master's degree. Through an extensive literature review, the team integrated items related to the application of digital technologies from previous instruments and then removed ...

  24. Chapter 9 Methods for Literature Reviews

    Literature reviews play a critical role in scholarship because science remains, first and foremost, a cumulative endeavour (vom Brocke et al., 2009). As in any academic discipline, rigorous knowledge syntheses are becoming indispensable in keeping up with an exponentially growing eHealth literature, assisting practitioners, academics, and graduate students in finding, evaluating, and ...

  25. Infectious Disease Reports

    Background: Pandemic management and preparedness are more needed than ever before and there is widespread governmental interest in learning from the COVID-19 pandemic in order to ensure the availability of evidence-based Infection Prevention and Control measures. Contact tracing is integral to Infection Prevention and Control, facilitating breaks in the chain of transmission in a targeted way ...