Healthcare Policy Appraisal
Ethical dilemma ResponsesReply to this initial post by 2 students in a form of conversation that will bring out a question, for each response with citations. A PSGE EACH.A few tips and or reminders:Discussion Posts Entries: While the discussion rubric does not outlined number of posts needed, all initial and response posts should be substantive and evidenced based. A response post is providing deeper insight or inquiry into another’s initial post. You will also have reply posts that may or may not be as substantive, but rather may show engagement, clarification, and gratitude. The reply posts are a nice way of closing the discussion in a professional manner. Always check in towards the end of the discussion to ensure that you are closing the loop. A good rule of thumb to follow: 1 Initial, 2 Responses, Reply to all who responded to your post. Discussion Posts Format: Please ensure that all discussion entries are posted directly into the discussion board and not submitted as an attachment. This allows the reader and responder ease in back and forth discussions. I’m not concerned about font size and indention formatting on discussion posts due to blackboard nuances, but rather ensuring that you are giving the author(s) proper credit in proper format for their work. In this course, you are allowed to use either APA 6th or APA 7th edition. However, do pick one and use it throughout the course. I have added the Purdue Owl website link under Start Here which allows you to access both APA version formats. APA cannot be memorized, so keep your APA tools handy throughout the course. Scholarly Writing: All assignments in the course and throughout the program have a scholarly component whereas there is an expectation for professional writing requisite to the English language while providing supporting evidence. Recent peer reviewed journal articles in addition to your texts are great examples of scholarly sources. You may also use classic leadership articles and books, as modern leadership approaches are often steeped in classic theory and practice.