Synopses & Reviews
Writing for the Health Profession is designed for the advanced learner in the healthcare industry. The book includes legal issues associated with miscommunication; documentation, and writing for research purposes, grant and proposal writing. This book teaches writing skills appropriate to the health care market. It uses the five phase approach to instruction: The Rough Draft; Developing Precise Sentences; Using Precise Words and Developing a Professional Style; Creating Essays that Flow; and Proofreading. This book differs from other publications because of its advanced approach, which eliminates appropriate grammer information.
Writing for the Health Professions teaches the principles of writing, writing for academic purposes and writing to help healthcare professionals in practice. Designed for those with a firm grasp of basic grammar, it leads the reader through the fundamentals of writing papers, documentation and writing research grants. This book can be used in a writing class for health care students, a reference for the student to use during their academic years or as reference for the practicing professional.
About the Author
Daemen College, Amherst, NY
Table of Contents
Section 1: The Writing Process. Chapter 1: Phase One of the Writing Process; From Idea to Draft. Chapter 2: Phase Two of the Writing Process; Developing Precise Sentences. Chapter 3: Phase Three of the Writing Process; Using Precise Words and Developing a Professional Style. Chapter 4: Phase Four of the Writing Process: Creating Essays that Flow. Chapter 5: Phase V and VI of the Writing Process. Section 2: Writing for Academic Purposes. Chapter 6: Expository Writing. Chapter 7: Writing the Argument. Chapter 8: Research Writing. Chapter 9: Writing the Thesis. Chapter 10 Writing for Publication Section 3: Writing for Administrative Purposes Chapter 11: Documentation. Chapter 12: The Business of Writing.