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In research, you should select research articles that are peer-reviewed and, in most instances, are not more than five years old. When searching you can limit the results by publication date and peer-reviewed journals so that you get the most recent, credible research on the topic. You can then look for those results that allow you to access the full text. 1. Select one of the following topics: Antibiotic use in healthcare Artificial Intelligence (AI) Big data analytics in healthcare Chronic diseases Clinical practice guidelines Communicable diseases Diabetic foot disease Ethical decision-making in healthcare Mental health Non-communicable diseases Patient safety culture Vaccines 2. Find 10 peer-reviewed articles addressing the topic. At least five articles should be empirical studies. Look for the theory that the study uses to identify the hypothesis that is formulated. See the following article on theory in healthcare: Aldahmash, A. M., Ahmed, Z., Qadri, F. R., Thapa, S., & AlMuammar, A. M. (2019). Implementing a connected health intervention for remote patient monitoring in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan: Explaining ‘the what’ and ‘the how’. Globalization and Health, 15(1), 20–20. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-019-0462-1 3. Write a two-page overview of your topic and the reasons for selecting each of the references. Be aware that you may find research articles that could be subtopics that may add interest to the main topic. 4. Create a References list of all 10 articles. 5. Submit your document with the two-page overview and 10 citations following APA writing standards.