Turn the draft into the Final semester project.
Topic is explained at all levels.
Sentence structure is a mixture of sentence types, not predominately simple.
Start the body of the paper (5-8 pages, not including the title page or references) on a new page after the title page. Review research on your chosen topic that either:
- increases your understanding of the topic, and/or
- investigates efficacy of existing medication and technologies to treat your chosen disease.
- Use what you find out to propose areas of future research on your topic.
The paper must include an additional minimum of 2 unique references that were not used in the draft.
Do not just summarize each article; tie the information from all of them together. Demonstrate that you understand the subject.
Your conclusion (2-3 paragraphs) should very briefly summarize the entire project and give a direction of the field in the immediate future. In other words, what’s next in the field regarding your chosen topic?
A minimum of peer-reviewed 7 references are required for the final paper (i.e., 5 from the draft and two new and unique references for the final paper). Your paper should be in APA 6th Edition Format complete with an APA-style cover page and reference page. All sources must be correctly cited and your paper must be written in Times New Roman 12-point font, be double spaced, and have 1 inch margins. Finally, you may not use any direct quotations; paraphrase what you read as this shows understanding.