Atrial Fibrillation.

Atrial Fibrillation.

The primary theme of the paper is Atrial Fibrillation. in which you are required to emphasize its aspects in detail. The cost of the paper starts from $79 and it has been purchased and rated 4.9 points on the scale of 5 points by the students. To gain deeper insights into the paper and achieve fresh information, kindly contact our support.

The essay should be based on Atrial Fibrillation.

Search for primary research and indicative policies and guidelines e.g. Department of Health, NICE, British societies,

European societies etc. Analyse your chosen aspects from the topic alongside recommendations.

Make sure to use appropriate research and evidence. Try to be critical when you consider the research and literature.

The assignment will be marked against the HAS Descriptors.

Remember to use the UWE Harvard referencing system and keep to primary papers (unless historical or seminal)

less than 10 years old.


Introduction (100 words)

Set the scene of the topic and introduce your essay, "In this essay I will be exploring the xxxxx of xxxx and offer

some recommendations for my future practice". Keep it brief though.

Body (1800 words)

The first part (Approximately 900 words) should critically explore the acute nursing considerations around

managing patients presenting with your chosen condition. 

The second part (Approximately 900 words) should pick ONE aspect focusing on the ongoing nursing

considerations of your chosen condition and critically explore the relevant literature in relation to this.

Conclusion (100 words) 

Briefly summarise what you have considered and how this knowledge will impact your future practice.

Try to be critical when you consider the research and literature (Remember Evidence Based Practice),

For example, 

The majority of studies examining the incidence of green M&Ms in a retail packet only used

small samples (n less than 30) (Patel, 2014; Ferguson, 2014; & White, 2013). While it is

difficult to obtain large sample sizes in the under 5 age range due to the ethical implications

Black (2012) accessed parents to undertake questionnaires and achieved a sample of 120

participants. It must be acknowledge that parents likely to volunteer may have different

characteristics to the parent population as whole. Blacks work does however contradict more

recent studies (Patel, 2014; Ferguson, 2014; & White, 2013) and so leaves a further questions

regarding incidence unanswered.

In this paragraph you have shown an understanding of the issue of sampling within the context

of your setting, ethical issues, contradictory findings, population constraints and mentioned

data collection methods.

Remember to use the UWE Harvard referencing system; on the library website and keep to primary papers (unless historical or seminal) less than 10 years old.

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