We proposed the project explore Cerenkov imaging equipment performance and characteristics using various common PET
and therapy nuclides (Lu177,
etc) with phantoms under clinical like
I already done the first section about the introduction and I’m looking for the Body section
* Structure of a literature review
Your introduction should give an outline of
â¢ why you are writing a review, and why the topic is important ( Aim and justification )
â¢ the scope of the review â what aspects of the topic will be discussed
â¢ the criteria used for your literature selection (e.g.. type of sources used, date range)
â¢ the organisational pattern of the review.
Each body paragraph should deal with a different theme that is relevant to your topic. You will need to synthesise several of
your reviewed readings into each paragraph, so that there is a clear connection between the various sources. You will need to
critically analyse each source for how they contribute to the themes you are researching.
The body could include paragraphs on:
â¢ historical background
â¢ previous studies on the topic
â¢ mainstream versus alternative viewpoints
â¢ principal questions being asked
â¢ general conclusions that are being drawn.
Your conclusion should give a summary of:
â¢ the main agreements and disagreements in the literature
â¢ any gaps or areas for further research
â¢ your overall perspective on the topic.
Checklist for a literature review
â¢ outlined the purpose and scope?
â¢ identified appropriate and credible (academic/scholarly) literature?
â¢ recorded the bibliographical details of the sources?
â¢ analysed and critiqued your readings?
â¢ identified gaps in the literature and research?
â¢ explored methodologies / theories / hypotheses / models?
â¢ discussed the varying viewpoints?
â¢ written an introduction, body and conclusion?
â¢ checked punctuation and spelling?
Try to use:
Integration what other say.
Argument , conjunctive , etc
Moving from a general claim to a specific example.
Using pointing words.
Ongoing debates within the topic.
Summarizing a debate that present opposing views.
Drawing conclusion from concepts found in the literature.
Opining a gap for further research
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