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Why do a literature review? What literature is relevant? How do I appraise my findings? How do I present my literature review? This step-by-step guide simplifies the process of reviewing published literature, provides a guide to searching, appraising and comparing literature, and offers practical tips on writing up.
1. Why do a literature review in health and social care? -- 2. How do I develop a question for my literature review? -- 3. Which literature will be relevant to my literature review? -- 4. How do I search for literature? -- 5. How do I critically appraise the literature? -- 6. How do I analyse my findings? -- 7. How do I discuss my findings and make recommendations? -- 8. Frequently asked questions.
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