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Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care: A Practical Guide
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review for students in all areas of health and social care. It is vital
reading for all those doing their undergraduate dissertation or any
study that involves doing a literature review.
This book provides a practical guide to doing a literature review
from start to finish. This fourth edition includes:
A broad range of real life examples of how to overcome
challenges in the process
How to get your question right
Updated guidance on following a clear search strategy for
relevant literature using the appropriate technology
Expanded guide to using a range of critical appraisal tools
Increased emphasis on presenting your findings or using them
Tips and coverage on how to write up your review
Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care is essential
reading for anyone new to reviewing and presenting evidence in
This essential guide demystifies the literature review process...
The fourth edition has retained its accessible and user friendly
style for which the text has become known. A useful glossary and
the questioning style are just some of the pedagogical features of
this text. I will continue to recommend this book to my students.
Debra Jackson, RN PhD FACN, Professor of Nursing, University of
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Dr Helen Aveyard is a Principal Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Helen is the co-author of three other text books: A Postgraduate's Guide to Doing a Literature Review with Sheila Payne and Nancy Preston, A Beginner's Guide to Evidence Based Practice with Pam Sharp, and A Beginner's Guide to Critical Thinking and Writing with Pam Sharp and Mary Woolliams, all published by Open University Press.
Why do a literature review in health and social care?
How do I develop a question for my literature review?
Which literature will be relevant to my literature review?
How do I search for literature?
How do I critically appraise the literature?
How do I analyse my findings?
How do I discuss my findings and make recommendations?
Writing up my review and frequently asked questions