Choose a discussed topic on “Robotic Nurse to address the challenges faced in the Intermediate And Long-Term Care (ILTC) or the hospital setting. For example on OT setting. However, the MAIN FOCUS should be on nursing roles rather than surgical procedures. Critically evaluate at least 3 references (do not need original articles. The y could be AV media, newspapers, books, online sources, conferences papers). Craft the outline of the write-up with Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. INTRODUCTION: – Should not make up more than 10% of the write-up. – It should contain one paragraph with 3 MAIN STAGES:
1. It begins with the most general information, like the background and/or Definitions, Statistics of the clinical challenge (e.g. Medication error, fall, miscommunication etc).
2. The middle is the core of the introduction, where you show the purpose of the write-up.
3. Finally, the introduction ends with the most specific information: a guide to the scope and structure of your paper. E.g. The write up will explore the issues relating to….
Note: If the main body of your paper follows a predictable template, like the Method, Results and Discussion stages of a report in the sciences, you often do not need to include a guide to the structure in the introduction. BODY: – Discuss on HOW the robotic nurse can assist to address this challenge e.g. falls, medication errors and miscommunication etc. – Identify the FEW KEY areas/sub headings for discussion based on your selected articles pertaining to the robotic nurse. You can COMPARE and CONTRAST the findings or elaborate using acronyms Mr. How and his 5 Wives ( How, What, Where, When, Why, Whom). – Should be systematic, logical and transparent to the reader. – Every paragraph is linked to the one before and after. There should be the main point is separate paragrapgh. The main point is elaborated and supported by evidence and arguments.
CONCLUSION: – Conclude and summarize what you have discussed in the introduction and the body, -If often begins by summarizing (briefly) the main structure or scope of the paper. (This is not necessary if the paper follows a very predictable structure) – The conclusion confirms the topic which was given in the introduction. This may take the form of the aims of the paper. – The conclusion usually ends with a more general statement about how this topic relates to its context. This may take the form of an evaluation of the importance of the topic, implications for future research or a recommendation about theory or practice. – No new material is allowed in the conclusion. – It should not make up more than 10% of the write-up. ** Plagiarism is not more than 20%. Get Nursing Homework For You Today