Word limit: 1500 words

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Topic of interest is Breast Cancer
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The links in the references should open, for example: Bond, L., Simmons, E., & Sabbath, E. L. (2022). Measurement and assessment of fidelity and competence in no specialist-delivered, evidence-based behavioral and Mental Health Interventions: A systematic review. SSM – Population Health, 19, 101249. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmph.2022.101249
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Gillespie, C., Murphy, M., Kells, M., & Flynn, D. (2022). Individuals who report having benefitted from dialectical behavior therapy (DBT): A qualitative exploration of processes and experiences at long-term follow-up. Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40479-022-00179-9
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NUR369 Assessment 1: Literature Review (Part B)

Assessment type: Literature Review

Word count: 1500 words +/- 10%

Value of total mark: 30%

Related learning outcomes: 1,4

Due date: Week 5 Thursday 10th August 2023 22:00hrs ACST

Submission point: Via Turnitin

Learning outcomes

1 – Critically analyse chosen topic of interest and justify the professional responsibility of chosen topic in
healthcare
4 – Demonstrate knowledge and skills of a registered nurse in the chosen topic of interest

Assessment requirements

Relevance: As a nursing student, it is crucial to develop the skills necessary to review and critically analyse the
existing literature on a chosen area of professional practice or a topic of interest within the field of nursing. This
task requires you to conduct a literature review and demonstrate your ability to summarise and analyse the
current body of knowledge related to your chosen area.

Task Instructions: Write a literature review on your chosen area of professional practice or topic of interest in
healthcare using the following structure:

Part B (1500 words)

1. Introduction (Approximately 150 words):

Provide background information about your chosen area of professional practice or topic of interest in
healthcare. Include a thesis statement or aim and outline the key points that you will be discussing.

2. Background and Search Strategy (Approximately 200 words):

Introduce the chosen topic and its relevance to healthcare practice.
Present the significance of registered nurses’ professional responsibility in addressing the chosen topic.
Provide an overview of the databases searched, and the key terms used.

3. Critical Analysis of the Chosen Topic (Approximately 1000 words):

Use well-structured paragraphs to present your critical analysis.

Each body paragraph should deal with a different theme that is relevant to your topic. You will need to
synthesise several of your reviewed readings into each paragraph so that there is a clear connection between
the various sources. You will need to critically analyse each source for how they contribute to the themes you
are researching.

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The body could include paragraphs on:

• historical background
• methodologies
• previous studies on the topic
• different themes identified in the literature.
• principal questions being asked.
• general conclusions that are being drawn.

4. Conclusion (Approximately 150 words):

Summarise the key findings and arguments presented in the literature review.
Emphasise the importance of registered nurses’ professional responsibility and knowledge in the chosen topic
within healthcare practice.
Discuss potential implications and r