GESTATIONAL DIABETES

*MATERNAL INFANT NURSING – ISSUE PAPER

 

Students will select a relevant Maternal-Infant Nursing Care/ health-related topic they wish to explore in depth. The topic should relate to the Maternal-Infant Nursing clinical experience and needs to be amenable to the following four analysis steps, each of which will involve writing a paper (4 to 6) pages double-spaced and containing a minimum of 6 references). NOTE: Students will not be penalized if they exceed the recommended number of pages.

 

The student should present what is currently known about the chosen topic including:

  1. a definition and description of a Maternal-Infant Nursing Care problem and/or issue;
  1. a description of the scope and consequences of the Maternal-Infant Nursing Care problem/issue and who it affects most;
  2. a description of data sources available to study the scope of this problem and the gaps in available information;
  3. a critical assessment of the current knowledge/information based on this topic (for example, is information current or “dated”, plentiful or sparse, available in peer-reviewed literature or only in lay resources)

  Rubric for Issue Paper
Maternal /Newborn nursing

 

 Students will select a relevant Maternal-Infant Nursing Care/ health-related topic they wish to explore in depth. The topic should relate to the Maternal-Infant Nursing clinical experience and needs to be amenable to the following four analysis steps

Format:

            Be typed (using a standard 12-point font, such as Times New Roman) and double spaced.

            Be in APA format

Containing a minimum of 4 references and documented them as citations

Be 4-6 pages in length, not including title page, references or illustrations

 

 

The student should present what is currently known about the chosen topic including:

  1. a definition and description of a Maternal-Infant Nursing Care problem and/or issue;
  1. a description of the scope and consequences of the Maternal-Infant Nursing Care problem/issue and who it affects most;
  2. a description of data sources available to study the scope of this problem and the gaps in available information;
  3. a critical assessment of the current knowledge/information based on this topic (for example, is information current or “dated”, plentiful or sparse, available in peer-reviewed literature or only in lay resources)

 

 

 

 

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