Module 4 - SLP
DEVELOPING AND FINALIZING YOUR REVIEW/PLAN/PAPER/PROPOSAL
Finalize your annotated bibliography, editing as necessary and adding 5–8 additional annotations (at least 5 of which should be associated with peer-reviewed sources). By now you should have at least 20 scholarly sources (at least 15 of which should be peer-reviewed) and annotations for each. Upload your updated bibliography to the SLP 4 Dropbox by the conclusion of this module.
SLP Assignment Expectations
You are expected to consult the scholarly literature in preparing your paper; you are also expected to incorporate relevant background readings.
Your paper should be written in your own words. This will enable me to assess your level of understanding.
Proofread your paper to ensure that grammar and punctuation are correct, that reference citations conform to APA guidelines, and that each part of the assignment has been addressed clearly and completely.
Your assignment will not be graded until you have submitted an Originality Report with a Similarity Index (SI) score <20% (excluding direct quotes, quoted assignment instructions, and references). Papers not meeting this requirement by the end of the session will receive a score of 0 (grade of F). Do keep in mind that papers with a lower SI score may be returned for revisions. For example, if one paragraph accounting for only 10% of a paper is cut and pasted, the paper could be returned for revision, despite the low SI score. Please use the report and your SI score as a guide to improve the originality of your work.
Length: 8–12 double-spaced pages.
Continue with all the annotations you added in the last three papers as you have to adds those annotations also. I MIGHT HAVE NOT ADDED THE PREVIOUS WRITER. ARE YOU THE SAME WRITER? Previous papers had the same instructions
Finalized Annotated Bibliography Adolescent and school health: Program evaluation.
Al-Riyami, Asya (2008). How to prepare a research proposal. Oman Medical Journal, 23 (2), 66–69. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3282423/pdf/OMJ-D-08-00005.pdf
The American University, Writing Center (n.d.) Tips for writing a policy analysis paper. Retrieved from https://www.american.edu/cas/writing/pdf/upload/Writing-a-Policy-Analysis.pdf
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014). Adolescent and school health: Program evaluation. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/evaluation/index.htm
The Community Guide (n.d.) Program planning resource. Retrieved from http://www.thecommunityguide.org/uses/program_planning.html
University of California, Santa Cruz-University Library (n. d.). Write a literature review. Retrieved from http://guides.library.ucsc.edu/write-a-literature-review
MHS599 MSHS Integrative Project Annotated Bibliography Huey Watson TUI University August 29, 2016 American Diabetes Association. (2008). Nutrition recommendations and interventions for diabetes. Diabetes Care, 31(Supplement 1), S61-S78. The article explores some of the nutrition interventions and its benefits in managing and preventing diabetes. The study emphasizes the benefits medical nutrition therapy at all levels of diabetes management and prevention. The article also recommends intervention strategies and plans for the treatment of diabetes. These recommendations are aimed at decreasing the risks of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases (CVD) by promoting a healthy lifestyle. The article provides diabetic patients, caregivers, and health professional with strategies which they can use to address patient needs and designing self-care management approaches. The study also provides those who have not contracted the disease with healthy lifestyle techniques that they can use to prevent the disease. This is essential to the youths who are ready to practice unhealthy lifestyles that are risky to their health. With these recommendations, diabetic patients will be able to meet the nutritional needs of the cycle that they are in. Blackwell, M., Tomlinson, P. A., Rayns, J., Hunter, J., Sjoeholm, A., & Wheeler, B. J. (2016). Exploring the motivations behind misreporting self-measured blood glucose in adolescents with type 1 diabetesâ&e...