Using as references:
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- Cook, D. A., & Bordage, G. (2016). Twelve tips on writing abstracts and titles: How to get people to use and cite your work. Medical Teacher, 38(11), 1100-1104.
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Responde as follow:
- Discuss how a systematic literature review differs from primary research.
- What are the benefits of pursuing publication with a systematic literature review?
In two diferent paragraph give your personal opinion to Felita Daniel-sacagiu and Jordan Paltani
- Identifying Opioid Overdose Deaths Using Vital Statistics Data – Editorial & Opinion
- Journal of Pharmaceutical Healthcare and Sciences – Academic Journal
- Changes in Opioid-Involved Overdose Deaths – Periodical
- Evaluated using a blind peer review process
- You can ask the editor to review a sample or summary of your work and ask if they are interested
- Submission of the same paper to more than one journal at the same time is not allowed. This is commonly known as simultaneous or current submission. It is considered unethical
Potential for submitting to this source
There is potential for submitting to the sources listed above. I could submit my work and ask them to review and let me know if they are interested.
How a systematic literature review differs from primary research
A systematic review is a high-level overview of research on a question that systematically identifies, selects, evaluates, and focuses on evidence-based research to answer the research question(s). It provides analysis and reports of research conducted by others and not necessarily the author’s personal findings or primary research.
Primary research reports on details and results of a research study. The research articles
report details of findings based on the author’s personal study research. It is written by a subject matter expert(s) who has extensive knowledge of the research topic.
What are the benefits of pursuing publication with a systematic literature review? To achieve acknowledgment as an expert on a specific topic. Articles from an author whose work has been cited many times by others are often viewed as an expert in a specific field of study and can be used as a key resource for consultation.
Contributors. (2006). American Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography, 16(1), 122-122. doi:10.1353/amp.2006.0001
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Literature Review vs Systematic Review: Literature Review vs. Systematic Review. (n.d.). Retrieved September 02, 2020, from https://libguides.sjsu.edu/LitRevVSSysRev/definitions
Systematic reviews help users keep up with expanding volume of research evidence. (2005). The
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Altruism Exchanges and the Kidney Shortage
- 77 Law & Contemp. Probs. 289 (2014) / Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 77, Issue 3 (2014), pp. 289-322
- Law article
- 35 pages, altruistic kidney donors
- Very good potential
A moral dilemma argument against clinical trials of incentives for kidney donation
- Transplantation Research
- Research article
- 4 pages, incentives for kidney donation
- Moderate potential
Addressing a Dire Situation: A Multi-Faceted Approach to the Kidney Shortage
- 27 U. Pa. J. Int’l Econ. L. 205 (2006) / University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 27, Issue 1 (Spring 2006), pp. 205-272
- Academic article
- 67 pages, approaches to kidney shortage
- Good potential
- Systemic literature review focuses on the research question while primary research does not.
- Benefits of pursuing publication with a systematic literature review can include assessment, identification, and determination.
Hasa. (2017, January 23). Difference Between Literature Review and Systematic Review: Comparison of Definition, Features, Characteristics. Retrieved September 02, 2020, from https://pediaa.com/difference-between-literature-review-and-systematic-review/
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