Published Feb 22, 2014
i have a nursing paper to write please and i need help someone...
Please someone i am struggling with my nursing paper, am in first year and its so difficult for me, i need help
What problem are you having?
finding the right articles and short of words to put into my paper
TheCommuter, BSN, RN
What exactly do you need help with? Can you please be more specific? :)
Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN
We are as always happy to help.....but what specifically do you need help with?
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edmia, BSN, RN
' finding the right articles and short of words to put into my paper
If you need help researching your topic, the best place to get help is your school's librarian. Searching databases is a skill you need to master and can be very frustrating if you don't learn the right way to search.
Finding words is something I can't help you with. Once you have researched and read many sources on your topic, you should be able to apply that to the paper rubric. If you can't, then I don't know what to tell you. Nursing school is full of papers and you need to know how to write.
Also, when asking for help you need to be specific. A general outcry for assistance is not going to he fruitful if you don't say what you need. If you were hoping someone would stand up and offer to write the paper for you then you are in trouble. Good luck!
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SHGR, MSN, RN, CNS
Yes, definitely the school librarian, then the writing center if your school has one.
For a topic like "the flu" you could start with either the CDC (general info and stats on the illness and the immunization).
But definitely, writing will be an important part of your schooling. It shows your professors that you have learned and assimilated the content that will be important in your career as a nurse.
Definitely utilize your library and other school resources. You'll be doing a lot of this during nursing school, so you need to figure out your game plan asap. What are your resources? Where will you find quality articles? How will you tease out the ones that are of good quality and pertain to your topic? Have you chosen your topic? What are the guidelines?
Your post thus far is EXTREMELY vague, and while we won't do your homework for you, we can help guide you if you provide more specifics.
nurseprnRN, BSN, RN
Your college may very well have a student study help department. They can show you how to think about a topic, develop an outline to explain it, and then find resources to support your outline.
You might also find it helpful to thumb through your med/surg textbook and see how the chapters are set up to get an idea of how to set up an idea and present it. They always taught me, "Say what you are going to say, say it, and then say what you said." :)
What ideas do you have?
Some schools also have a writing center. They can help you with conceptualization and brainstorming through proofreading a rough draft. Ours won't do the work for us, but they do help us put our ideas to paper and guide us through the process. I highly recommend going to the librarians for help with research, they know all the places to search and can show you how to do it.
I think the OP has left the building, not having gotten the answer s/he wanted.
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