WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO HEALTH LITERACY AND HEALTHCARE ACCESS IN IMPLEMENTING SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CLINICS AMONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN THE U.S.?
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What are the benefits to health literacy and healthcare access in implementing school-based health clinics among elementary schools in the U.S.? Academic Level : Bachelor Paper details Assignment: You have a topic, you’ve developed a research question, you’ve explored the literature, you know where to find the best information to answer your questions – now it’s time to start putting it all together. The literature review is the next step in writing /revising your research paper. This assignment should be 4-6 double spaced pages (not including the title and reference pages). It should cover: An introduction to the topic, including your research question. You would reuse your assignment 1 with revisions for this portion of the research proposal. Summary of the existing literature on the topic – you must draw from your five original research article summaries in assignment 2 (you can use more than five) to answer your research question. Focus on summarizing the study design, purpose, sample, measures, results, and conclusions for each study. You must tie the five articles together by drawing upon similarities and differences (or strengths and weaknesses) between the information in the articles. Your paper should include in-text citations (in the body of the document) and in a reference list at the end of the document, in correct APA format. No abstract is necessary. Following articles could be used: Barnet, B., Duggan, A., & Devoe, M. (2003). Reduced low birth weight for teenagers receiving prenatal care at a school-based health center: Effect of access and comprehensive care. Journal of Adolescent Health,33(5), 349-358. doi:10.1016/s1054-139x(03)00211-8 Wade, T. J., & Guo, J. J. (2010). Linking Improvements in Health-Related Quality of Life to Reductions in Medicaid Costs Among Students Who Use School-Based Health Centers. American Journal of Public Health,100(9), 1611-1616. doi:10.2105/ajph.2009.185355 Mcnall, M. A., Lichty, L. F., & Mavis, B. (2012). Chapter 3The Impact of School-Based Health Centers on the Health Outcomes of Middle School and High School Students. School-Based Health Care: Advancing Educational Success and Public Health. doi:10.2105/9780875530062ch03 Ijadi-Maghsoodi, R., Bonnet, K., Feller, S., Nagaran, K., Puffer, M., & Kataoka, S. (2018). Voices from Minority Youth on Help-Seeking and Barriers to Mental Health Services: Partnering with School-Based Health Centers. Ethnicity & Disease,28(Supp), 437-444. doi:10.18865/ed.28.s2.437