Assessment 3 – Journal Article Assessment 3 Length: 3000 words This assessment requires you to conduct a literature review on ONE of the following settings: •Schools •Workplaces •Prisons •Hospitals •Sporting Clubs •Internet Imagine that for the last few years you have been focusing your health promotion work on this particular setting. During this time you have collected a large number of articles to support your work but have noticed that there is no single review article available that consolidates this information for practitioners. You decide to conduct a rigorous literature review on your chosen setting to be submitted to the Health Promotion Journal of Australia to contribute to the evidence base in health promotion. Your article should involve a discussion of the opportunities and challenges of using your chosen setting for health promotion intervention. Focus on describing the setting and the opportunities and barriers that exist in this setting for comprehensive health promotion. You may refer to a variety of health promotion interventions that have been implemented in your setting as examples of evidence but you should not focus the paper on one of them alone. The article should aim to explore how we can do a comprehensive settings-based approach (as opposed to just doing an HP intervention in a setting – revisit week 2 content if unsure of the difference). A 200 word structured abstract should also be presented under five headings: •Issue addressed/Background (why you conducted the literature review); •Methods (what you did i.e. reviewed literature through which databases and using which keywords); •Results (a summary of what you found); •Conclusions (what the implications for health promotion practice are); •So what? (The relevance of your findings to health promotion) The article should follow similar headings to your abstract (the first four only) though you may have additional subheadings specific to your topic. It is not expected that you report statistical data in this article. You can however provide a critical analysis of results of evaluation described elsewhere. Think of an interesting title for your article. It is expected that your article will have up to a maximum of 40 peer-reviewed articles (or published reports from reputable organisations and health promotion authorities). Use as many references as are necessary to justify the statements that you make. The word limit of 3000 must be strictly adhered to (the abstract word count is not included in this).