Description/Instructions: Paper 1. Study summary Relevance This task requires you to demonstrate your skills in sourcing a relevant article from the scientific literature and preparing a summary of the article content, including your own views on the strengths and limitations. On successful completion of this assessment task you will have demonstrated your ability to locate appropriate scientific literature and summarise a study through extracting key information. In Module 2, you are introduced to some of the key studies undertaken in recent years and still being analysed to explore diet-disease relationships in the 21st century. Your task is to select one of these key studies and source an article that has subsequently reported on a relationship between a dietary exposure and (e.g. fat intake) and disease (e.g. heart disease) using data from the selected key study. You must then prepare a written report (maximum 750 words) describing the methodology you have used to source the article from the scientific literature, prepare a summary of the article content and provide your views on the strengths and limitations of the article. You need to: Provide full bibliographical details in APA format and submit a pdf of the article that you have selected for this assessment task. Describe the search strategy used to identify the article you will report on. List the databases used, any filters you may have applied and how you obtained the online version of the article. Describe the content, the main aim of the study, the central hypothesis, the subjects/population and methods used (including study design) and the relevant exposures and outcomes and conclusions. It is important to give size and direction of effects and measures of statistical significance. For example do not just say the participants consuming larger amounts of the food/nutrient had a higher occurrence of the outcome, say how much higher and provide details of the level of confidence around this estimate. Consider and report on the strengths and limitations of the evidence presented. Describe the concerns of the authors and whether you agree with these or believe there are additional issues with the quality of the study. Consider and report on whether you believe the conclusions drawn by the authors are appropriate. Ensure academic integrity is maintained in all aspects of the assessment task. Attend to all aspects of academic writing to ensure submission of a coherent and succinct report. Submit your work to the ‘Assessment’ area in our FLO sure called Paper1. Study summary. Assessment criteria Your paper will be marked against the following criteria: Sourcing literature (15 marks) Identifies relevant article, directly linked to one of the key studies summarised in Module 1. Describes search terms and filters used to identify the article. Reports on the database/s used to identify the article. Describes how the full text version of the article was obtained. Summary of study content (50 marks) Aims, objectives, hypotheses clearly presented or comments made to highlight lack of these as appropriate. Defines sampling of participants for the study and relates back to original key study sampling methodology. Relevant focus on and accurate presentation of the measures of dietary exposure and outcomes. Provides sufficient data to demonstrate key findings, including size and direction of effect. Clear conclusions, consistent with evidence presented. Considers broder nutrition implications. Strengths and limitations (20 marks) Identifies clear and relevant strengths. Identifies clear and relevant limitations. Provides rationale for strengths and limitations in terms of potential impact on overall findings. Acknowledges any controversy. Presentation and referencing (15 marks) Well organised, logical sequence, flows well, easy to follow. Appropriate scope. References cited according to APA format. Well written according to normal academic standards.