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SOURCE ANALYSIS1Introduction:Throughout this Analysis we will be introduced to many scholarly articles and worldknown authors along with their views and possible solutions that can attribute to the successof college and university students. We will explore many theories along with possiblesolutions that can be implemented to assit with high retention rates. Overall each author hasprepared dynamic reading material that will promote change and will change our mindset andcritical thinking.Scholarly Source: {Scholarly Concentration programs and medicalassistant researchproductivity, a systematic review.}Author Greenburg (Published, 2017), has been generous enough to share with itsviewers and faculty of prestigious universities, many strategic techniques that can promoteeducational growth within their medical Institution. The purpose of the systematic review is toanalyze if this program is successful with contributing positively towards students’ researchtechniques. The author’s main intent for writing this article is to reassure that students wereequipped with researching independently within the medical program. The author alsosuggested that students have a strong support system, i.e. parents, friends, faculty, because ofthe intensity of the program, there is little room for error and students have to be focusedwhile researching independently.“The authors carried out aliterature search to find articles related to scholarlyconcentration program research productivity outcomes. The inclusion criterion was amethodof rigorously evaluating program scholarly productivity” (Greenburg, 2017). The retentionsuccess theory the author referenced was: Eltwood, et al. 1986, Nottingham Medical School;
SOURCE ANALYSIS2Honors Year Program in Community Health. Methology (n+98%; 80% response rate). Theproportion of publications resulting from a required research program increased from 13% to53% from the first through the fifth, and tenth through thirteen graduating classes followingprogram implementation”. (Greenburg, 2017). The content of this article should berecommended to help institutions increase student success.The author was extremelyinformative with the requirements that were mandated from each student which contributed totheir success or failure. Students were informed from the beginning of their expectations, andindividual performance, and were aware that they were expected to research independentlywithin the medical program.

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