Draft Literature Synthesis

Draft Literature Synthesis

Synthesize at least 10 no more than 5 years old (attached) primary research studies and/or systematic reviews; do not include summary articles. This synthesis should focus on the evidence-based peer-reviewed research articles that support your intervention. This section is all about the scientific evidence rather than someone else’s opinion of the evidence. Do not use secondary sources; read the entire article and make your own decision about the level of evidence, quality of the evidence, and applicability to your question. The evidence cited in this section must relate directly to your intervention. This is a synthesis where you address the similarities, differences, and controversies in the body of evidence to support your intervention.

You will submit the Johns Hopkins Individual Evidence Summary Tool.