My perspective has changed regarding these possible publication opportunities as now I know my topic and feel good about my paper so far. I was worried at first but since I feel so strong about my topic, I put a lot of research and time into this paper.
Elements commonly found in a systematic literature review include systematic and extensive searches, study selection, assessment of the risk of bias, presentation of the findings, and discussion of the limitations.
I can amend my capstone content into a systematic literature review for possible publication by using a specific study selection.
Possible publication sources exist for my systematic literature review submissions would include the PubMed.gov, EbscoHost, or HeinOnline.
Systematic Review Resources: Systematic Review Overview. (2020, September 23). Retrieved October 13, 2020, from https://libguides.sph.uth.tmc.edu/systematic-review-guidance
Regarding the publications I listed for unit 2, or for any publication opportunity for my paper, I believe I am still not confident enough to submit my work to a publisher. I am a bit skeptical and don’t find myself as a strong writer. I would love to come back to this research I did at a later date because I do believe in my research and the importance of my topic. I just don’t think with the requirements for publication and the time this research will need to move further to publish I can do.
Elements commonly found in a systematic literature review consists of a pre specific eligibly principles, systematic search strategy, assessment of the validity of findings, interpretation and presentation of results, and a references list (Kysh, 2013).
Depending on the publication of my choosing depends on the content or requirements that will need to be changed to be able to submit for publication. I could possibly conduct an even broader knowledge of my topic and possibly expand searches from different databases.
A publication source for a systematic literature reviews is PubMed Center (PMC), or NCBI, National Center for Biotechnology Info. There are a few different ways to submit for review and over 2,400 articles to submit too.
Kysh, L. (2013). Difference between a systematic review and a literature review. figshare. Poster. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.766364.v1
National Library of Medicine (2020). Submission Portal https://submit.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/