20 page Public Health SPSS(HIV/AIDS in low income communities)

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Due 11/9  7 p.m EST

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Your SPP should contain the following sections (section lengths are approximate):

· Title page HIV/AIDS in low income communities

· Abstract (about 250 words) (1 page)

o Background

o Methods

o Results

o Conclusion

· Introduction (3 pages)

o Background information

o Descriptive epidemiology

  • Methods used      to conduct a systematic literature review (1 pages)
    • Inclusion       and exclusion criteria
    • Key search       terms
  • Results of      the systematic literature review (12 pages)
    • Theories
    • Methods
    • Synthesis of       research findings
  • Discussion (5pages)
    • Brief       summary of main findings
    • Strengths       and limitations of systematic literature review
    • Policy       implications
    • Key       stakeholders
    • Recommendations       for future research
  • Conclusions      (1 pages)
  • References
    • At   least 15 references from within the past 5 years
    • Cite   references using APA style guidelines
  • Appendix
    • Literature       review matrix table (Note: A template of matrix table is available       in the Week 6 Learning Resources.) 

. The final paper should be 20 pages in length (excluding title page, references, and appendices). The formatting should use 12 point-font, be double spaced, and conform to APA style guidelines. 

Reference:

Gulliver, A., Griffiths, K. M., & Christensen, H. (2010). Perceived barriers and facilitators to mental health help-seeking in young people: a systematic review. BMC Psychiatry, 10, 113. 

Roberson, L.L., Aneni, E.C., Maziak, W., Agatston, A., Feldman,T., Rouseff, M., Tran, T., Blaha, M.J., Santos, R.D., Sposito, A., Al-Mallah, M.H., Blankstein, R., Budoff, M.J., & Nasir, K. (2014). Beyond BMI: The "Metabolically healthy obese" phenotype and its association with clinical/subclinical cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality -- a systematic review. BMC Public Health, 14, 14. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-14.

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