1. Your review of the selected film should be concise, thoughtful discussion of the main features of the study described in the film.
2. The primary goal of your review is not to judge whether the film was good or bad but to examine it carefully in order to understand better the importance of the topics and its practical application to healthcare practice. 3. Your written review should be 1000 to 1500 words (4 to 6 pages excluding reference page).
4. Your writing need not be technical or overly formal, but keep in mind that this is an academic assignment that should follow the general conventions of academic writing. 5. Your writing should be clear, accurate and relatively error-free in APA format style 6. References must be within the last 5 years. Rubric: – Demonstrate a conscious and thorough understanding of the subject matter. This reflection can be used as an example for other students – Use specific and convincing examples from the texts studied to support claims in your own writing, making insightful and applicable connections between texts. – Use language that is precise and engaging, with notable sense of voice, awareness of audience and purpose, and varied sentence structure. – Demonstrate control of the conventions with essentially no errors, even with sophisticated language. here is the link to the video: http://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=103077&xtid=52851 If unable to access link to the video, here is the transcript of the video which will help with referencing the video.
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