Contents of the Review article Title Gather all research information published i

Contents of the Review article Title
Gather all research information published in last 5-20 years regarding your TOPIC and write a Review on THE TOPIC THAT WAS APPROVED for you. By design, the assignments that you submit for this course will be based on scientific publications, so the risk of plagiarism is extremely high. PLAGIARISM WILL NOT BE TOLERATED, AND CAN RESULT IN FAILURE OF THE COURSE. Simply put, write in your own words a review on whatever has been published on your Topic. Choose appropriate sections/headings, sub-headings for your topic. Figures or tables are to be numbered sequentially in order of their appearance. The figures or tables (with legends) to be placed along with the text (embedded in the text). References (including websites and images captured from websites) are to be cited according to the “Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Sample reference styles are available at You must use the Numbered format for Bibliography, which is commonly used in biomedical journals. (Review articles should be 10 pages long (excluding bibliography) (no more, no less) that include running text and 1 figure. Each page should have ~30-33 lines/page formatted one and half space on 8.5 x 11 inch paper with 1-inch margins Left and Right, and both margins justified. It is mandatory to have one figure, which should be embedded inside the text leaving no blank space around the figure. Figure cannot fill more than 1/3rd of the page.
The bibliography must be formatted using Endnote, and the Endnote library may be submitted along with the review article via email. If you fail to submit your Review via Turnitin on time, the Review will NOT be accepted (loss of 30% of grades).
some of the suggested sited
Some famous and good Journals with high impact factor that can be used to search for JA-1 and JA-2:
• Cell, Molecular Cell, Cancer Cell, Cell metabolism, Neuron and all other Cell Press associated Journals
• Nature and all other Nature Press journals
• Science
• Genes and Development
• Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB)
• Journal of Cell Biology
• Journal of Immunology
• Neuroscience
• Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC)
• Immunity
• Immunity and Infection
• Journal of virology
• Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI)
• Lancet (only good for Case Reports)
• New England Journal of Medicine
• Journal of Experimental Biology
• Journal of Experimental Medicine
• Journal of Molecular Biology (JMB)
• Molecular Biology of Cell
• Generally all Cancer Society Journals are good enough
Review may include number of other sections, however, sections labeled * are must, therefore to be included. For each section of your topic, you should choose your headings, subheading carefully reflecting the research described for each section.
References (Bibliography or Citation) – must use numbering system and for formatting, follow PNAS journal pattern• Figure legend: 9 and regular, also incorporate the reference for the figure in the legend.
• Incorporate figures into the body of the document
• Margins: 1 inch each left and right sides – both margins should be justified.
• Each page should have 30-33 lines.
• 1.5 spacing between lines,
• Review should be 10 pages only (not including Face page and Bibliography).
• 5-10 points/page will be deducted for short reviews or papers with undue blank spaces (all blank spaces will be added to deduct points as per guidelines.
References are bibliographic material, all peer review published research papers on your topic that you referred to in your topic. To format references, you must use Endnote software. For in-text citations follow The Vancouver System/Numbering System. References are numbered in the text within brackets, in the order in which they appear. A reference which is cited more than once is given the same number. Format references using PNAS journal pattern. Do NOT cite or refer to Wiki or Linkedin or Google.
PS attached Articles should be used and also present how the review paper should look like.

Assignment question Select a setting you’re familiar with. Refer to Module 1 and

Assignment question
Select a setting you’re familiar with. Refer to Module 1 and Module 7 regarding the concept of a setting.
In your reflective piece:
• PART A: Describe one change that would further promote health and wellbeing within your chosen setting and explain why this change is important based on the best available scientific evidence (20 marks);
• PART B: Provide a plan of how this change could be enacted using the principles of health promotion introduced in Module 1 and examples provided in the other modules (15 marks).
• Writing and referencing (5 marks).
In your response, you are required to reference a minimum of two of the resources provided in this unit, which may include videos, articles, or podcasts. These resources can include the core resources as well as additional resources listed at the end of each module. It is anticipated you go beyond what is here to generate your evidence.
We want you to think critically and creatively.
Word limit
The word limit is 500 words of text (+/- 10%), excluding your reference list. Label PART A and PART B. We ask to keep your submissions to two pages – no title page; and please write your SID on the top header of your assignment.
Style guide
Please use Vancouver referencing styleLinks to an external site..
It is your responsibility to check and make sure you have submitted the correct assignment and that the assignment has successfully been uploaded.
Marking criteria
You will be marked on how well you have demonstrated achievement of these learning outcomes:
• Describe the principles of health promotion and their application to the broader context – healthy people, healthy communities, healthy environments;
• Apply critical thinking about health information and evidence as they relate to personal, community and environment health.
In applying the Grade Descriptors to your final assignment (in addition to the usual grading for grammar, cohesion of writing, appropriate use of reference material), careful consideration will be given to:
1. the complexity of the ‘setting’ as described,
2. the calibre of the evidence used (with primary sources of evidence weighted favourably),
3. the level of sophistication in proposed solution, and
4. the alignment of this solution to the 3 pillars of health promotion.