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Literature Review Rubric
Original Work, NO PLAGIARISM, Cite, References, APA format
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- No meta-analysis or systematic review articles for research paper
- 4 articles total must be peer-reviewed only write a summary for each article you find
- -Pub med or CINAHL Database Cochrane Database etc you will have to describe your search methods (ex: the words you used to search for your topic). The teacher should be able to recreate your search
- -The article must be published in the last 5 years and only article in the USA
- -Full-text articles only a high level of evidence articles
- -Including opposing and supporting views so your paper is not bias
- Must be written In third–person point of view
· Background of the clinical question (the purpose of this review is to?)
· Why the clinical question exists
· Why they choose to ask this specific question
· Identified its relevance to the nursing practice.
|The student thoroughly discussed the clinical question and all elements of the Introduction section with strong supporting detail.
Introduction was formatted in correct APA format.
Points may be deducted if minor details, examples or reasoning are missing.
|Theory or Conceptual Framework
Literature Review discusses a major theory/framework
|Student provided an in-depth, thorough discussion on a major theory/framework as a basis for their review that included a critical examination of the theory/framework that moved well beyond recitation of facts.|
· Databases searched
· Search terms used
· Year range of articles
· Inclusion and exclusion criteria for articles selected for the review
· Identified the type of research studies included in the review
· Used only research studies
|Student thoroughly addressed all requirements of the Literature Review, including a comprehensive discussion on the inclusion/exclusion criteria, main points, findings, and the level of evidence for each research study.