Good writing skills are essential for all students, but many students struggle to master good writing skills until later in their course. This book will help students doing health and social care subjects to better understand what good writing looks like, and how to do it themselves. The book shows students how to: *Plan pieces of writing *Execute good writing basics *Edit and refine their work *Write to a brief This essential guide includes multiple examples of good and bad writing to help students unpick the nuts and bolts of writing and writing skills. Taking an accessible approach, the authors include quotes and stories from real life students to help embolden students to tackle their writing fears - and become confident writers.Conclusion 57 References 58 4 Advancing your writing skills 60 Introduction 60 What is different about writing at university? ... reflectively 98 Critical reflective writing 101 How to structure a reflective essay 102 Conclusion 104 References 105 6 ... 1 12 How should the information be recorded? 1 14 Confidentiality, access and disclosure 122 What role do records have in complaints and legal claims?
|Title||:||How To Write Well: A Guide For Health And Social Care Students|
|Author||:||Keeling, June, Chapman, Hazel M, Williams, Julie|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2013-10-01|