Hi,

Requirements:

Please do fallow the instructions carefully and find the attached documents and go as per request zero palagarsim needed.

write this assignment as a literature review.Headings and subheadings are the preferred format for this type of written assignment.

provide a word count (excluding footnotes, end notes and references)

use an acknowledge referencingstyle(e.g.Vancouver/numbered,Harvard/author-date .APA) and reference list

2000 words  

on Diabetic mellitus in specific group like aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people 

1 describe the size of the issue and the population group most at risk or most affected 

2. Examine the empirical evidence and describe what is known about your chosen health issue in relation to its origins and determinants and what the cost to society is.

3identify an existing health promotion programme aiming to address this health issue. Critically appraise the programme for their evidence base as well as their efficacy and effectiveness in addressing the issue.

 The assignment is to to be written as a literature review which is formal and scientific style of writing) and reference list

2000 words 

on Diabetic mellitus in specific group like aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people 

1 describe the size of the issue and the population group most at risk or most affected 

2. Examine the empirical evidence and describe what is known about your chosen health issue in relation to its origins and determinants and what the cost to society is.

3identify an existing health promotion programme aiming to address this health issue. Critically appraise the programme for their evidence base as well as their efficacy and effectiveness in addressing the issue.

 The assignment is to to be written as a literature review which is formal and scientific style of writing

Please go through the requirements and find the attached files

Thanks!

Avinash

Promoting Health in Individuals and Populations Assignment 1: Literature review

Promoting Health in Individuals and Populations Assignment 1: Marking criteria

Facets of Inquiry Fail
If you were ticked here, this
facet of research needs
work

Pass
If you were ticked here, this
facet of research was OK but
could be improved

Credit
If you were ticked here, this
facet of research is good

Distinction
If you were ticked here, this
facet of research is well
done

High Distinction
If you were ticked here, this
facet of research is excellent

Weighting

A. Embark on
inquiry & clarify
the knowledge
that is needed

□ The description of the
public health issue is very
poor. The size and scale of
the issue are poorly
described and there is
limited discussion of the
population group most
affected.

□ The public health issue is
partly described. The size
and scale of the issue are
briefly described and there
is some discussion of the
population group most
affected.

□ The description of the
public health issue is good
with some details included.
The size and scale of the
issue are well described and
there is good discussion of
the population group most
affected.

□ The public health issue is
described in detail. The size
and scale of the issue are
very well described and
there is very good
discussion of the population
group most affected.

□ The description of the
public health issue is
excellent with lots of detail.
The description of the size
and scale of there is also
excellent and there in as in-
depth discussion of the
population group most
affected.

20%

B. Find needed
information &
generate needed
data

□ There was very limited
evidence presented about
the health issue and the
origins, determinants and
cost to society were very
poorly described.

□ There was some evidence
presented about the health
issue, and a superficial
discussion of the origins,
determinants and cost to
society of the health issue.

□ There was good evidence
presented about the health
issue, and a considered
discussion of the origins,
determinants and cost to
society of the health issue.

□ There was excellent
evidence presented about
the health issue, and an in-
depth discussion of the
origins, determinants and
cost to society of the health
issue.

□ The evidence presented
about the health issue was
extremely well researched
and described and there
was an excellent and
detailed discussion of the
origins, determinants and
cost to society of the health
issue.

30%

C. Evaluate
information/
critical appraisal

□ The health promotion
program identified was very
poorly described and there
was little evidence of critical
appra

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Writing a Literature Review
Writing Centre Learning Guide

At some point in your university study, you may be asked to review the literature on

a certain subject or in a particular area. Such a review involves comparing different

writers’ ideas or perspectives on a topic and evaluating these ideas, all in relation to

your own work. A literature review differs from an article review in that it involves

writing about several writers’ ideas, rather than evaluating a single article. It is also

different to an annotated bibliography, which is usually a series of short reflections

on individual pieces of writing.

Introduction

The literature review enables you and your reader to get an overview of a certain subject, so that it
is clear who the main writers are in the field, and which main points need to be addressed. It
should be an evaluative piece of writing, rather than just a description. This means that you need to
weigh up arguments and critique ideas, rather than just providing a list of what different writers
have said. It is up to you to decide what the reader needs to know on the topic, but you should only
include the main pieces of writing in this area; a literature review does not need to include
everything ever written on the topic. The most important thing is to show how the literature relates
to your own work.

You may be writing a literature review as part of a thesis, or as an exercise in itself. Whatever the
reason, there are many benefits to writing a literature review. It provides an opportunity to:

 identify a gap in previous research

 outline the main arguments in your field

 show that you are familiar with the literature on your topic

 indicate who the main writers are in a particular area

 evaluate previous studies

 position your work in relation to other writers

 identify areas of controversy

 support your own work by citing other authors

 highlight current literature and use older sources where relevant

 see what previous methodologies have been used and to avoid making the same mistakes
as previous researchers

 demonstrate that you can do research

 avoid plagiarism and demonstrate your referencing skills

 provide a clear theoretical framework

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 demonstrate your understanding of the key ideas and concepts in your topic

 define your terms, drawing on