Article Review On Malnutrition/Obesity And Improving Outcomes Research Journal Article

Choose a research article from a nursing/nutritional journal that explores the issue of strategies to improve health related outcomes regarding obesity/malnutrition in our society today. Below are a few suggestions you might consider.

This can include:

1. What are barriers to a healthy nutritional status?

2. Rates of obesity/malnutrition in Virginia.

3. Why do people have difficulty in maintaining a healthy lifestyle?

4. What impact can nurses have effecting changes in the health care system?

5. Does preventive care make a difference?

Follow the posted rubric specific to this assignment.

 

ARTICLE REVIEW

I.  Organization & Structure: 55 Points

a.  Paragraphs are coherent and transition smoothly. (20 Pts)

b.  Structure of article review includes an introduction, research, reflection and conclusion (35 Pts)

II. Article Assessment: 15 Points

a. Article review is no more than 2 pages excluding the cover, reference page. (5 Pts)

b. Article is researched regarding the issue of health care delivery, outcomes and vulnerable populations.  (10 Pts)

III. Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling: 20 Points

a. Article review has no more than 3 errors in grammar, punctuation and or spelling (10 Pts)

b. Clear statements, well organized, smooth transitions and sequencing (10 Pts)

IV. APA Formatting & References: 20 Points

a. APA format, citing, title page, references if used other than article, page numbers (5 Pts)

b. Selections not older than 5 years (5 Pts)

c. Must be a research/journal article  (10 Pts)

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