· Summarizing the three pieces of literature.
· Each piece of literature is summarized in a page and a half (the total is 4 pages and a half).
· The one literature is summarized in three paragraphs (depression, anxiety, and stress). Also, relate the results of variables (anxiety, depression, stress) to the impact of Covid-19 on healthcare workers.
· Take a more analytical and evaluative approach by comparing and contrasting.
“Using an evaluative approach: signaled by linguistic markers indicating logical connections (words such as “however,” “moreover”) and phrases such as “substantiates the claim that which indicate supporting evidence.”
For example, “After studying residents and staff from two intermediate care facilities in Calgary, Alberta, Smith (2000) came to the conclusion that except for the amount of personal privacy available to residents, the physical environment of these institutions had minimal if any effect on their perceptions of control (autonomy). However, French (1998) and Haroon (2000) found that the availability of private areas is not the only aspect of the physical environment that determines residents’ autonomy. Haroon interviewed 115 residents from 32 different nursing homes known to have different levels of autonomy (2000). It was found that physical structures, such as standardized furniture, heating that could not be individually regulated, and no possession of a house key for residents limited their feelings of independence. Moreover, Hope (2002), who interviewed 225 residents from various nursing homes, substantiates the claim that characteristics of the institutional environment such as the extent of resources in the facility, as well as its location, are features that residents have indicated as being of great importance to their independence.”