The overall impact of different regulatory requirements and quality considerations in pharmaceutical drug development.
Your Capstone Paper must include the following: Title Page Abstract Page – to include your key terms. Abstracts are NOT the same as an Introduction. If you need assistance with your abstract, reach out to a Walden Writing Tutor. Here is a resource about how to approach writing your abstract: https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/assignments/abstracts Introduction – to include your thesis / problem statement. Here is a resource about how to approach writing your introduction: https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/introductions Discussion/Main Body of your Paper – from your Outline, the Major Points you identified will become your Main sections of your paper. YOU MUST include section headers for these sections in your paper (appropriate APA section headers, Level 1, 2, 3, etc). The minor points of your outline should also have appropriate APA level section headers. (See Thesis Template under Doc Sharing and use this for your Final Paper). This is where you discuss the problem, include an analysis of the issues, draw connections between topics/ideas, and demonstrate your synthesis of the information and program concepts (all supported by the literature). Conclusion: You will have a concluding section where you re-state the thesis/problem statement, summarize the findings from your research, and state your concluding comments / recommendations. Reference Page: This page MUST be per APA format. Recall, you must include a minimum of 20, current (within the past 5-7 years) primary, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles to support your Capstone Project. You should review the Capstone Project Overview document again under Course Information and the associated rubrics so you understand how your final project will be evaluated and what is expected. Note: The page requirement is 15-20 written pages for the main body of your paper (do not include the title page, abstract, TOC, appendices, references, CV, etc. in your page count!).