It’s often said that good writing requires ‘writing skills’. Compared to other forms of academic writing, writing nursing essays is not so hard a task. The days of writing essays in 40 to 50 minutes have long gone.
Whether an essay discusses renal medicine, mentoring in midwifery or critical injury, nurses have to take a rationalist view of different sources of information, express their own opinions, and reach appropriate conclusions of normal and pathological healthcare processes.
Nursing essays will often require a literature review, which is a summary and explanation of the current thinking and knowledge of a topic. This information is derived from books, journals, and websites such as PubMed and CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature), one of the world’s largest sources of nursing journals.
When your essay has been completed, you may wonder if it needs a ‘once-over’ before you submit it to your college or university. Apollo Communication's editing & proofreading plan will ensure that the sentences in your essays are clear and understandable.