TERM PAPER WRITING – ‘Healthcare Innovations’
|Term Paper Report||300 Points||Each student writes minimum 1200 words and no more than 2400 words|
Format and guideline:
Chapter 1 Introduction
- Give background on your topic and the impact of this study to the society or industry.
- What are the current problem(s)/issue(s) to be tackled in research and market (i.e. hospitals/government)?
Chapter 2 Literature review (Summary of the literature review findings and group them into different sub-topic/theme/main points)
2.1 Sub-topic 1
2.2 Sub-topic 2
- What researchers, market, and/or company have done to solve the problem(s)/issue(s) you mentioned? And how? Why they solve the problem(s)/issue(s) in this way?
Chapter 3 The strengths and limitations (based on the findings from literature review to summarize the strengths and limitation/weakness of current development, and your suggestions of further research or development)
- What are the strengths and limitations of these approach on solving those problem(s)/issue(s)?
- What are the research/solution gaps?
- What will you recommend to fill the gaps/overcome the limitations?
Chapter 4 References
- List the journal paper, conference paper, textbook, internet URL and quote all the references in the report content.
- Use APA to cite your reference.
- Minimum 10 references and no more than 20 references per student.
One example although it is in different topic:
|Report Writing Rubric Category Unsatisfactory (0) Developing (1) Proficient (2) Knowledge in the area Not able to identify the issues/problems Identifies and demonstrates an accomplished understanding of most of the issues/problems Identifies and demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the main issues/problems. Comment on review and your suggestion No action suggested, and/or inappropriate solutions proposed to the issues Supports diagnosis and opinions; presents a somewhat one-sided argument; demonstrates little engagement with ideas presented. Supports diagnosis and opinions; presents a balanced and critical view; interpretation is both reasonable and objective. Critical thinking and argumentation skill Presents no analysis of the identified issues; no reasoning and evidence Presents a thorough analysis of most of the issues identified; with limited reasoning and evidence Presents an insightful and thorough analysis of all identified issues/problems; with strong arguments and well documented evidence fir the analysis and comment Clarity of presentation Writing is unfocused, rambling, and contains serious grammar errors; poorly organized and does not follow specified guidelines. Occasional grammar or spelling errors, but still a clear presentation of ideas; lacks organization and does not follow specified guidelines. Demonstrates clarity, conciseness and correctness; formatting is appropriate, and writing is free of grammar and spelling errors.|