uestion 1: Provide a 2,000-word literature review for one of the following toPics:
- Choice A: The obesity paradox – BtMl, body composition, and health status
- Choice B: Evidence-based weight-loss interventions for adults
- Choice C: Plant-based diets and cardiovascular health
- Choice D: The fat type and quantity controversy, should dietary fat guidelines
for CVD prevention change?
Question 2: Critically discuss the rationale and evidence for your chosen topic within the context of preventive cardiology Practice.
Title and abstract
- provide a succinct title that accurately reflects the content of the review.
- provide a short abstract summarizing the relevance of the topic to preventive cardiology, the review methodology used, the main findings, conclusions, future recommendations, and keywords.
- introduced your topic area, outlining the specific objectives (or research question) that your literature review will scope out, within the context of preventive cardiology
- The objectives of your literature review should be clearly stated’
- Briefly outline why you chose your topic, possible reasons may include gaps in the resejrch; conflicts in evidence; or new perspective of immediate interest.
Critically analyze the Literature for your chosen topic
- Describe the search methodology used, the findings, and selection process.
- Demonstrate the ability to identify unbiased and valid studies that are relevant to the topic, taking into consideration the word count.
- Demonstrate evidence of organizing the literature, using themes and concepts, making comparisons and discussing strengths and weaknesses’
- Synthesize and evaluate the evidence for your chosen topic into a summary of what is known and not known.
Discuss why your literature review is relevant, appropriate and useful
- Demonstrate originality in your own perspective of the literature.
- identify areas of controversy in the literature’
- Formulate questions that need further research’
- provide a balanced conclusion that summarizes the main points made. The conclusion should not include any new material.
- implications for preventive cardiology practice and/or future research recommendations that have been clearly identified within the review should be summarised.