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Public Health Analysis - Literature Review Outline Once you know what you're writing about, have an effective thesis statement, and a solid...

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HLSC 3150 Fall 2015 Public Health Analysis - Literature Review Outline Once you know what you’re writing about, have an effective thesis statement, and a solid collection of work to reference, it’s time to begin outlining your literature review. I – INTRODUCTION a. Summary of topic. Give a brief overview of your chosen area in community health, and introduce the topic you’ve decided to discuss within that area. b. Thesis statement. Here, you will offer up your thesis statement, wrapping up your summary of the topic and identifying the problem you’re going to examine. II – FIRST THEME Here, you’ll provide an overview of your first theme, discuss the way it emerges in your chosen area of community health, and discuss relevant texts as reference. a. Sub-theme. You need to break your theme up into parts, to make it easily comprehensible. Here, you’ll discuss a facet of your public health problem, and talk about how that one part helps make up the whole. b. Sub-theme. Continue citing facets of your primary public health problem. c. Sub-theme. Have as many body paragraphs as you need to discuss your point.
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HLSC 3150 Fall 2015 III – SECOND THEME Have as many main body paragraphs as you need to cover all aspects of your public health problem. IV – CONCLUSION. You want your conclusion to be a couple paragraphs long, in which you wrap up your discussion, and also point out some of the strengths and weaknesses of the literature you’ve chosen to examine.
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The study was conducted at Kakamega county general hospital. The hospital is located in
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