Assessment task 3: Written report – annotated bibliography Weight: 50% Length: 2500 words Due date: Week 12, Sunday 7th of November 2021, 23:59 hrs. Learning outcomes: 1., 2., 3., 4. Assessment description: Assessment three builds on your work in the themed discussion boards (Assessment 2). For this assessment, you will be evaluating four recent journal articles related to your clinical question. You will do this by summarising and evaluating the articles in an annotated bibliography. Assessment instructions: Using what you have learned from modules 1-6 create a report on an annotated bibliography based on the topic selected in assignment 2. The report needs to contain: Introduction/backgroundAnnotated bibliography (4 x relevant and current research articles)literature evaluation (based on the four articles)Conclusion In your annotated bibliography you will need to address the following elements: APA 7th referenceWas the article qualitative or quantitative?What was the aim of the research?How was the study conducted?What were the results of the study and do they answer the study question/aim?What are the strengths and limitations of the study?Overall statement on applicability of research to clinical practice Please note: •[References list are not included in the word count] •[1st person is NOT acceptable in the annotated bibliography assessment] An example of an annotated bibliography has been provided to guide your submission format. Criteria: Knowledge of the underpinning principles and theories of researchDemonstrate an ability to locate and select appropriate literature to answer a healthcare questionShow critical thinking concerning the selected articles and develop a coherent argument for how they address the specified research questionApply academic convention to develop a clear and logical argument within the word limit (+/-10%) My Chosen research articles utilization of telehealth for outpatient diabetes management during covid19 pandemic : how did the patients fare? ((2021) internal medicine journal, https://doi.org/10.1111/imj.15441Practical telehealth to improve control and engagement for patients with clinic-refractory diabetes mellitus.A telehealth – supported, integrated care with CHWs, and Medication-access (TIME) program for diabetes improves HbA1c:a randomized clinical trial.Overcoming clinical inertia: a randomised clinical trial of a telehealth remote monitoring intervention using paired glucose testing in adults with type 2 diabetes.
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