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"This book is superb it explains the entire process of writing a literature review very clearly. It covers everything from why literature reviews are important to how to present the review. It is easy to read and very clearly laid out. It is a step by step guide to writing a review which is extremely helpful as the prospect of reviewing literature can be quite daunting. This book has been an extremely useful text whilst studying for my degree and I would have no problems recommending it to anyone ... I would recommend this book to anyone who is about to embark on writing a literature review as it will make the whole process much less daunting.
Vicky Bain, Student Nurse, University of Nottingham, UK
"Many lecturers will be familiar with the concern of students trying to clarify what is meant by a literature review: this book does just that... The book has a logical flow but can also be dipped in and out of, dependent on the style of literature review to be undertaken. It is clearly laid out and easy to follow, and the sections are clearly defined... There is a useful glossary defining common terms. I would recommend this book."
British Journal of Occupational Therapy
"A comprehensive, easy to read guide which will help students to understand how to undertake a literature review, and how to use the resultant information effectively."
Anne-Marie Warnes, University of Central Lancashire
"A very useful little book that answers all the questions that students ask."
"A good step-by-step guide on how to produce a comprehensive piece of work."
Simone Bedford, Swansea University
"This is a very useful, sensible and well organised piece of work and students will benefit from it enormously."
Peter Jones, London South Bank University
Doing a Literature Review is essential reading for all undergraduate students who are writing a literature based dissertation within the health and social care field, or as an introductory text for postgraduate study. It is also a useful text for those who are new to reviewing and appraising literature in the search for answers to questions that arise in practice.
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Helen Aveyard is Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, in the School of Health and Social Care where she is involved in the teaching and development of research education. Prior to this she held a research scholarship in Health Care Ethics at King's College University of London where she undertook a doctoral study examining the ways in which informed consent is addressed by nurses prior to nursing care procedures.
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Book Description Open University Press, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110335222617