discuss the differences between summarizing and synthesizing research.P.S.

Locating and Critically Analyzing Primary Research ArticlesDeveloping the proficiency to locate read and evaluate research articles is essential to your success in this doctoral program and your career. With this Assignment you have the opportunity to become familiar with the Walden Library by searching the databases reviewing resources and downloading full-text articles. You are asked to think critically as you do this keeping in mind that as a doctoral candidate you must be able to enhance your professions body of knowledge by synthesizing what you have learned into new insights and applying them in meaningful ways within the practice environment (as a DNP-prepared nurse) or engaging in original research (as a PhD-prepared nurse).To prepare:By Day 7To complete:By Wednesday 6/21/17 write a 4-paragraph APA-formatted paper with 4 references from the list below addressing the following:1) Write a 1-paragraph summary of each of the articles you have selected (a total of 2 paragraphs). See Attached PDF for Articles2) Write 1 paragraph thatsynthesizesthe two articles using a scholarly voice.3) Write a final paragraph in which you discuss the differences between summarizing and synthesizing research.P.S. Include an Introduction ending with a purpose statement (e.g. the purpose of this paper is) and a conclusion.Required ReadingsWalden Library. (2014). Publication Comparison Chart. Retrieved from: http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/peerreviewvsscholarlyThis guide discusses three main publication types that you will encounter in the Walden Library: scholarly journals trade publications and popular magazines. It contains information about these publication types and a chart comparing their purpose content audience etc.Eaton S. E. (2010). Reading strategies: Differences between summarizing and synthesizing [Blog post]. Literacy Languages and Leadership. Retrieved from http://drsaraheaton.wordpress.com/2010/09/29/reading-strategies-differneces-between-summarizing-and-synthesizing/The author proposes that critical reading must include using critical thinking to create new information and insights from this information.Institutional Review Board for Ethical Standards in Research: IRB Office Hours and meetings. Retrieved January 15 2014 from http://researchcenter.waldenu.edu/Institutional-Review-Board-for-Ethical-Standards-in-Research.htmThis the Walden online tutorial at the bottom of this page provides information on Waldens Institutional Review Boards (IRBs). These boards are responsible for ensuring that all Walden research studies meet specific ethical and legal criteria.Walden University Library. (2014). Webinar archives. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/library/webinararchivesIntroduction to the Walden LibraryEvaluating Online ResourcesAn Introduction to Evidence-Based SearchingThe Walden Library webinars provide relevant information on accessing and evaluating scholarly sources. The information on retrieving evidence-based practice sources is especially pertinent to the DNP student.Walden University. (2011). Student publications: Code of conduct. Retrieved from http://catalog.waldenu.edu/Select the current version of the Walden University Student Handbook from the drop-down menu.In the left navigation bar click University Policies and Code of Conduct.Then click Student Conduct and Responsibilities.This link provides you with Student Conduct and Responsibility guidelines to help you develop a better understanding of Walden Universitys expectations.Document: Stages in Critical Reading of Research Articles (PDF) (See attached file)This chart describes the purpose of and questions for six stages of critically reading research articles.