Topic: The pharmaceutical industry’s role in the Opiate addiction pandemic Role: medical researcher Main points: 1-Demographics2-Industry bias research 3-Opioids addiction leads to use of heroin4-What is the next addiction after opioids 5-Wining and dining IMPORTANT (APA format Lit review or Executive summary need it asap the latest tuesday ) The purpose of a literature review is to get your reader up to speed on any relevant information so they can understand the purpose of the research. This includes background information on the topic and often background information on techniques used. This particular assignment requires 5-7 pages for full credit. Be aware that if you do only the minimum for each section you will not reach the required 15 for the entire paper. Abstract: 1 page Lit review or Executive Summary: 5-7 pagersMaterial/ Methods 2-5 pagesResults: 2-4 pagesConclusion 3-7 pages Begin by filing in the lit review sub topics with relevant subjects for each to lay the foundation for a comprehensive literature review. You may need to develop your materials and methods section to complete the lit review section. Many times the techniques used in data collection need to be explained as well. Writing Style This is a formal paper which means it needs to be written in the passive voice. It is intended to be read by scholars, not the general public. This is not story time, a blog or a “how to pamphlet.” You will not: Use I, we, your, our, should, anyway, society, anyhow, anyway, us, so in your writing Use the following phrases or wordsAll in allWhen it comes toIn the long runNever the lessWith that being said Of major concern (is cause for intervention)Worrisome Overall health Human beings (it is just humans)On the other handIn today’s society ThingIn the long run (over time)A lot Good People (they are consumers, patients, victims etc.)Huge (large or significant)More and more (increasing amounts)At the end of the dayIt (Name what IT is) Ask the reader questions (this is forbidden) Use “according to” (sometimes this is okay but it annoys me so don’t do it) Use quotations (this also annoys me) Use .coms as a sourceBe vague and unscientific Have incomplete or run on sentencesHave grammar mistakes Make too large of a leap with information and lack evidence to support your claimHave missing or incorrect citations Have incorrect informationLack fluidity and have illogical sequencing of information Use .coms, blogs or Wikipedia as a source Command of topic Using more than one source in a paragraph Using one demonstrates you know how to paraphrase and regurgitate someone else’s workUsing introductory sentence in each paragraphUsing summarizing sentences in each paragraph Using transition sentences that link one concept to anotherAll points that are introduced are elaborated on and concludedUsing examples to support a claimHas substance Citations In a literature review the writer is contributing very little. They are simply reporting on the literature that already exists. That means that the majority of the paper is comprised of information that is not their own and must be cited. In this section of the paper almost every sentence is cited. The only exceptions are Introductory sentences – preview of more detailed information to come and then followed by cited evidenceSummary sentences – a recap of previously introduced information This paper requires a minimum of 12 reliable sources. Fluidity and Logical Sequencing The presentation of the information must be logical in the paper as a whole and within in each paragraph. The most general information is written first in the form of introductory sentences and then followed by more detailed and related evidence. Transitions between paragraphs and within paragraphs must also have fluidity. Using choppy sentence structure and not employing transition sentences makes the paper unpleasant to read and comprehension difficult.