In this unit, students will be required to undertake the data analysis of the systematic review project, interpret and discuss the data analysis results, identify study limitations, and conclude crucial implications and strategies to utilize the systematic review evidence in practice. Upon completion of this unit, students will be required to complete the entire systematic review project as an Honours Thesis and orally defend their theses before the College of Nursing and Midwifery thesis examination panel. This unit is the third in a sequence of three systematic review project units in which students undertaking the Bachelor of Nursing Honours or Bachelor of Midwifery Honours must enroll to complete their Honours research project. The Honours research project consists of 60 credit points, with each of the three units accounting for 20 credit points. In this unit, students will continue to work with their allocated academic supervisor to complete the systematic review project following the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Method for Systematic Review Research.
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