Spend some time thinking about your topic before you start. Do some background reading on the topic to decide what aspects of the research you might want to include in your draft review. Textbooks can provide a broad overview of a topic and are great to establish the context of your review.
For Assessment 4, you are asked to write a clinically appraised scientific article on the topic that was allocated to you in the first week of session.
An appraised article is an article that summarizes the current state of understanding on a topic with the purpose of evaluating all, or part of, the topic. It critically discusses or critically analyses research published on the topic and should offer a balanced point of view or summation. This assessment requires 4 (min.) to 8 (max.) references from authoritative sources.
When writing a review article you should:
In Veterinary Science these perspectives, depending on the question, could include the standard subject areas of the discipline such as
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences (nd) Review article guidelines for students on rotation https://www.atsu.edu/research/pdfs/how_to_write_a_review_article.pdf
Sydney University (2014) What is the difference between descriptive, analytical, persuasive and critical writing? http://sydney.edu.au/stuserv/learning_centre/help/analysing/an_distinguishTypes.shtml
Sydney Unversity (2015) I need some help with writing a critical review http://sydney.edu.au/stuserv/learning_centre/help/writing/wr_reviewHelp.shtml
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