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HSC III (formerly EBM I) Literature Review Requirements: Introduction

This guide has information about the literature review assignment for the Evidence Based Medicine I course at NEOMED.

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  • COM Students: The literature review assignment will become an assessment for the Health Systems and Community III course in the new curriculum.

College of Medicine Curriculum Mapper, Asst. Professor of Family & Community Medicine

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Heather McEwen, MLIS, MS
Contact:
Office: G-142 (within the Department of Family and Community Medicine)
330-325-6605
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Acknowledgements

Thank you to Chad Statler, MLIS for his work transferring this assignment guide from a print document to a library guide. His help on the guide was greatly appreciated.

Introduction to the Guide

This guide is an assignment guide for the HSC III literature review assignment. You must receive a passing grade (80% or higher) on the assignment to pass the HSC III course.

 

Assignment Learning Objectives

At the completion of this assignment, students will be able to:

  • Answer a clinical question by providing relevant evidence more than one resource.  
  • Discuss the importance of a research article in the context of medicine and pharmacy.
  • Discuss the importance of a research article in the context of medicine and pharmacy.
  • Show competence in scientific writing to answer a clinical question. 
  • Cite references within the text of a paper and in the literature cited section of the paper.

Questions about the Assignment

Please refer questions about the assignment to Heather McEwen, MLIS, MS.

Office: G-142 (within the Department of Family and Community Medicine)
Phone: 330-325-6605
E:mail: hm2@neomed.edu

 

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