A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in by Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary

By Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary

It is a beginner's advisor to the talents of severe considering, serious writing and demanding appraisal in health and wellbeing and social care, and talks you thru each level of changing into a severe philosopher. each one bankruptcy tackles a distinct element of the method and utilizing examples and easy language exhibits you ways it really is done.

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Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. THINK MORE CRITICALLY ABOUT READILY AVAILABLE INFORMATION CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE for sharing ideas and making connections. You should think critically about how you use social media yourself as a professional but also if you use it to access sources of information. twitter. com/]. Many other sites are also available. Grajales et al. (2014) carried out a review of the applications of social media in health care and found ten different categories of social media, some of which we now discuss.

WHO), professional journals tweet about their latest papers, and professional organizations also use Twitter and other social media sites to share information quickly and concisely. g. #critical thinking, #evidence-based practice). Patients or clients may tweet about their experiences of health and social care; for example, under the username @patientopinion you may find patients/ carers tweeting about individual topics, and you can search Twitter for a specific topic using a hashtag. A site that organizes weekly and fortnightly Twitter chats is http://www.

Information leaflets by patient or client organizations. It is important to note that wherever you live in the world, patients/clients may also be exposed to such ‘readily available information’ and they often use the internet for additional sources of information and a second opinion about their health or social care issues. There are some well-advertised and readily available sources where the public can seek information, including leaflets produced by professional organizations and via the internet – for example, in the UK: • The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for health news [http://www.

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