1.1 [Health Issue]
Clearly identify and state one actual / potential health issue from the case study to discuss.
1.2 [Clinical Significance]
Discuss the background information about the identified health issue – state the clinical significance and the importance of health promotion for the identified health issue.
Outline the content / scope to be discussed in your essay.
Essay has three parts:
The introduction has three main purposes:
It provides background information
It interests your reader in your topic
It presents your thesis statement.
A thesis statement is a short statement, usually one sentence, that summarizes the main point or claim of an essay, research paper, etc., and is developed, supported, and explained in the text by means of examples and evidence.
To focus and discuss on the identified health issue in depth and professionally.
2.1 [Definition, Risk Factors, Clinical Manifestations, Complications]
State the definition, risk factors, signs & symptoms, and complications of the identified health issue.
2.2 [Health Promotion Strategies]
Discuss practical health promotion and disease prevention strategies to tackle the identified health issue. To elaborate and provide examples where appropriate.
2.3 [Community Resources]
Identify and introduce community resources (e.g., centres, facilities, programmes, classes, workshops, support groups, services, initiatives, campaigns, schemes, packages, guidelines, smart phone applications) to help promote / maintain health.
2.4 [Role of the Nurse]
Critically discuss and cite examples on how the nurse can participate, facilitate, promote, and maintain health of the client, family, and community.
Each paragraph has 3 parts:
Supporting details (e.g., facts and examples, that back up the claim made in that sentence)
A topic sentence is a sentence that captures the meaning of the entire paragraph or group of sentences. It tells what the passage is mainly about.
Restate the thesis and summarize the essay’s body,
The conclusion has three main purposes:
re-emphasises the thesis statement
draws the essay to a close
summarises the key points discussed
It’s NOT about introducing new ideas but summing up the writing.
A conclusion provides closure and drives the main points of your essay one last time.
It’s the chance to impress and give readers an understanding of why your paper matters.
Provide evidence-based discussion and resources in your essay.
Utilise and indicate a minimum reference of FIVE (5) scholarly literatures (books, journals, and reliable e-resources).