A writer should organize the body into various paragraphs corresponding to the field of nursing, different themes or the time periods in literature to increase readability.
A literature review should have proper referencing in the format the nursing school or faculty requires.
It will be incomplete without a list of references or a bibliography in the needed format after the conclusion.
At some point in your graduate nursing program, you will most likely have to write a literature review about an assigned topic or a self-selected topic (e.g., your thesis, dissertation, or capstone project topic).
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