Introduction - "How to write well: for students of health and social care"
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThe aim of this book is to demystify academic writing for undergraduate students in health and social care education. You are probably required to submit several assignments throughout your programme of study, which may take different formats such as a written essay, a poster or a dissertation. The allocation of marks for your assignments will be primarily dependent upon two factors: content and academic writing. This book focuses on the many aspects that impact on the quality of academic writing and will help you to develop the essential skills required for your undergraduate level study and to achieve success. Academic writing is a skill that develops with practice and therefore the book takes you through a step-by-step guide of how to improve your academic writing, thereby enabling you to improve your own writing skills.
CitationKeeling, J., Williams J., & Chapman, H. M. (2013). Introduction. In J. Keeling, H. M. Chapman, & J. Williams (Eds.), How to write well: A guide for students of health and social care (pp. 1-28). Maidenhead, United Kingdom: McGraw-Hill / Open University Press
PublisherMcGraw-Hill / Open University Press
CollectionsHealth and Social Care
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