(side note) i will upload 2 documents of previous 2 assignments and also documetns on how to do the paper and how it will be marked so please consider all information before starting to write. Please make sure the order is completed in a timly manner
ALLH12006 Evidence-Based Practice for Allied Health
Term 1, 2016
Assessment Task 3: Perspective Piece
Due: Online submission due Wednesday 1st June 2016, 2.00pm AEST (Week 12)
Word limit: 1000 maximum
This assignment aligns with course outcomes 1, 2 ,3 and 4.
The AIMs of this assignment task are to:
1. Present a synthesised and critical review of your findings and
conclusions from research undertaken in assessment tasks 1 and 2 this
2. Write a perspective piece suitable for publication in the Australian
Health Review Journal.
Assessment Task 1: Formatting/Layout Requirements
Title page should be plain and non-distracting (no need for colours or fancy boarders), and should
present only the necessary information as per usual including: name, student ID, course code and
Assessment Task name. Use standard font (Times New Roman, Arial) and this should be 12pt. You
should use 1.5 line spacing, with page margins no smaller than 2.5cm. Ensure that all tables are
appropriately titled. Ensure that you save and submit your assessment as a word document in the
following format: Your surname, your first name, course code, assessment 1. (Eg: HaymanMel.
Task: Perspective Piece for the Australian Health Review Journal
You are required to write, in accordance with the authorship guidelines of the Australian Health
Review Journal, a perspective piece. This perspective piece should draw on work you have previously
performed in assessments tasks 1 and 2 earlier this semester, and should be focused on your clinical
1. Authorship guidelines are available at: https://www.publish.csiro.au/nid/272/aid/13686.htm
How to Write a Perspective Piece?
Perspective articles present a novel view on a topical issue of broad interest, explore significant
questions, examine the validity of current views in the field, and recommend directions for future
research. The author, usually a recognised authority in the field, is welcome to take a controversial
standpoint, but overall, the article should provide a clear and balanced discussion to inform nonspecialist
readers. The author can make specific and practical proposals, either setting an agenda or
proposing better options.
You are not required to submit an abstract for this assessment task, only the perspective piece itself.
AIDitionally, you are not required to use the Vancouver referencing style. Please keep your
referencing consistent, and use APA Harvard as you have previously. You are required to provide a
full bibliography, in accordance with APA Harvard style, for this assessment task.