Introduction – 200 words
*Aim of the assignment
*What is an annotated bibliography?
*Key words you used for search strategy and how you refined/chose the articles
(include 1-2 references about annotated bibliographies)
Body - 5 Annotated bibliographies -300 words each. (References do not include in the word count.
*This is where you will present your annotated bibliographies.
*Start each on a new page, with the Harvard reference for the piece – not included in the word count
*5 annotated bibliographies around 300 words each.
*Follow this with the annotated bibliography
Conclusion 200 words.
You do not need to summarise the main points from your assignment, instead use this section to reflect upon how you are going to use your learning from this activity.
Not the subject, but how will the literature searching and this academic writing style support your further studying
Croucher, R., & Rahman Choudhury, S. (2007). Tobacco control policy initiatives and UK resident Bangladeshi male smokers: community-based, qualitative study. Ethnicity and Health, 12(4), 321-337.
Farrand, P., Rowe, R. M., Johnston, A., & Murdoch, H. (2001). Community dentistry: prevalence, age of onset and demographic relationships of different areca nut habits amongst children in Tower Hamlets, London. British dental journal, 190(3), 150-154.
Fong, G. T., Hyland, A., Borland, R., Hammond, D., Hastings, G., McNeill, A., ... & Howell, F. (2006). Reductions in tobacco smoke pollution and increases in support for smoke-free public places following the implementation of comprehensive smoke-free workplace legislation in the Republic of Ireland: findings from the ITC Ireland/UK Survey. Tobacco control, 15(suppl 3), iii51-iii58.
Gilliland, F. D., Li, Y. F., & Peters, J. M. (2001). Effects of maternal smoking during pregnancy and environmental tobacco smoke on asthma and wheezing in children. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 163(2), 429-436.
Greig, G., Garthwaite, K., & Bambra, C. (2014). Addressing health inequalities: five practical approaches for local authorities. Perspectives in public health, 134(3), 132-134.
Longman, J. M., Pritchard, C., McNeill, A., Csikar, J., & Croucher, R. E. (2010). Accessibility of chewing tobacco products in England. Journal of Public Health, 32(3), 372-378.
Marks, L., Weatherly, H., & Mason, A. (2013). Prioritizing investment in public health and health equity: what can commissioners do?. Public health, 127(5), 410-418.
McEwen, A., West, R., & McRobbie, H. (2006). Effectiveness of specialist group treatment for smoking cessation vs. one-to-one treatment in primary care. Addictive behaviors, 31(9), 1650-1660.
Milton, B., Woods, S. E., Dugdill, L., Porcellato, L., & Springett, R. J. (2008). Starting young? Children`s experiences of trying smoking during pre-adolescence. Health Education Research, 23(2), 298-309.
Nicholas, J. M., Burgess, C., Dodhia, H., Miller, J., Fuller, F., Cajeat, E., & Gulliford, M. C. (2013). Variations in the organization and delivery of the ‘NHS health check’in primary care. Journal of Public Health, 35(1), 85-91.
Pearson, N., Croucher, R., Marcenes, W., & O`Farrell, M. (2001). Prevalence of oral lesions among a sample of Bangladeshi medical users aged 40 years and over living in Tower Hamlets, UK. International dental journal, 51(1), 30-34.
Phillipson, C., Ahmed, N. R., & Latimer, J. (2003). Women in transition: A study of the experiences of Bangladeshi women living in Tower Hamlets. Policy Press.
Shickle, D., & Farragher, T. M. (2014). Geographical inequalities in uptake of NHS-funded eye examinations: small area analysis of Leeds, UK. Journal of Public Health, fdu039.
Team, C. B., Williams, J., Hosking, G., Osborne, D., Kritah, A., Dalgleish, D., ... & Steppien, D. (2013). Croydon Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.