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Topic: Suppression of data by Canadian pharmaceutical companies and its effects

Please read all instructions before writing this essay and ensure to follow the instruction.

Essay topic: Suppression of data by Canadian pharmaceutical companies and its effects
Links for material:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joel_Lexchin/publication/233331228_Sponsorship_bias_in_clinical_research/links/02e7e53c2ab29bae5e000000/Sponsorship-bias-in-clinical-research.pdf

https://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.0050230

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joel_Lexchin/publication/23191363_Clinical_Trials_in_Canada_Whose_Interests_are_Paramount/links/5444ef890cf2e6f0c0fbf5d0/Clinical-Trials-in-Canada-Whose-Interests-are-Paramount.pdf

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joel_Lexchin/publication/8165511_Implications_of_Pharmaceutical_Industry_Funding_on_Clinical_Research/links/545255370cf2bccc4908a41f.pdf

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3190547/

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marc_Andre_Gagnon/publication/263010694_Gagnon_Marc-Andre_2012_Corporate_influence_over_clinical_research_Considering_the_alternatives/links/550b4db60cf28556409706fb/Gagnon-Marc-Andre-2012-Corporate-influence-over-clinical-research-Considering-the-alternatives.pdf

Assignment 2 Steps (satisfy the formatting, APA, and rubric handouts, on Moodle and reviewed in class, as well):
1. Using your approved or revised essay topic, clearly refine your critical analysis of your pharmaceutical policy challenge within the scope of the course.
2. Compile your required 8-10 peer-reviewed sources, optional grey literature, and other optional sources.
3. Before you start to write your paper, write your notes on how you will contextualize your policy challenge by discussing its background with reasonable scope and definition. Compile your notes on the present status of the policy challenge. Review your literature with a critical lens.
4. Prepare your introduction, thesis statement, and subheadings for your paper.
5. Prepare at least your first subheading body paragraphs. If you have space for the start of your second subheading of body paragraphs, begin writing these paragraphs.
6. On your sixth and final page of this assignment, draft your plan for the remainder of your paper’s subheadings, arguments, and sources, as well as your planned conclusion and future directions based on your research.
7. See rubric and handouts to ensure that you have met all requirements
ASSIGNMENT 2 COMPONENTS:
1. Title page (does not count toward page count): Project title, student name, student #, course name/code, professor’s name, , and the due date of the assignment.
2. Introduction (1/2 page): In a single paragraph of approximately 10 sentences, follow the rubric to draft your introduction.
3. Subheadings and body paragraphs (4.5 pages): Provide at least your first subheading, along with arguments and critical analyses of your chosen policy challenge.
4. Proposed continuation of paper (1 page): Provide your planned continuation and development of your paper’s second half and conclusion/future directions. Ensure that your proposed arguments are supported by peer-reviewed literature. Be sure that your planned continuation of your paper is well thought out and flows smoothly from your first subheading. This must be completed in paragraph form.
5. References (does not count toward page limit): APA format, per OWL Purdue APA website, online.
4. Assignment Form from syllabus

SAMPLE
First Nations Health in Canada:
A Program Evaluation of the Environmental Threats to Health by the X Institution

Student’s First and Last Names
Student Number
Course Code: Course Full Name
Course Director’s Name
Due Date

Introduction
This is the introduction to my paper. Your first sentence will introduce your topic in a concise, yet clear manner. Your second and third sentences will describe the context of your topic. Your third, fourth, and fifth sentences will narrow your introduction to the issues that you have identified as most poignant to discuss in this paper and their significance. Your sixth sentence will be your thesis statement – a clear roadmap to the structure of your paper. Here is an example you may modify for your use: In this paper, I will be analyzing the issue of ______ by considering the themes of ______ and _______. Your introduction is to be no more than half a page, as with every other paragraph in your paper.
[Use Subheadings for Each Theme or Topic Addressed]
Subheading 1: Brief, yet clear, description
In these sections, you will critically analyze your chosen question within the context of this particular theme. You can write as many body paragraphs as you need, within page limit, to effectively convey youanalysis.No paragraph shall be longer than approximately half a page.
Subheading 2: Brief, yet clear, description
In these sections, you will critically analyze your chosen question within the context of this particular theme. You can write as many body paragraphs as you need, within page limit, to effectively convey you analysis.No paragraph shall be longer than approximately half a page.
(Above, pages 1-5)
Proposed continuation of paper (page 6)
In this section, you will provide a clear and organized summary of how you propose to continue your paper in your final essay. This section will include any arguments that you plan to proceed with, as well as the sources that you will use to back them up. This, as with the rest of the paper, must be cited using APA.
This paper should be no less than 5 pages, and no more than 6 pages.

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