How to Write a Literature Review
Repository Posting Date2017-09-22T15:13:03Z
Author(s)Rice, Robyn A.
Author DetailsRobin A. Ryce, PhD, RN*, CNE, Associate Professor Graduate Online Division Chamberlain University firstname.lastname@example.org, (*Licensed in Illinois, Nevada, Nebraska, Iowa, Washington, Minnesota, Missouri, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, South Dakota, and Florida)
Lead Author Sigma AffliationPhi Pi
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KeywordsLiterature Review; literature searches; writing for publication; standards for writing for publication; Literature Review; Writing for Publication; Writing; Writing--Standards; Research, Nursing; Research, Nursing--Education
CINAHL HeadingsLiterature Review; Writing for Publication; Writing; Writing--Standards; Research, Nursing; Research, Nursing--Education
A literature review is a critical analysis of the relationships among different research based works that relate to your topic of interest. When you undertake a literature review you identify a research question(s) and then attempt to answer the question by searching for and analyzing the literature.
Date of Publication2017-09-22
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