practical life demonstrations
From what you have already learned about Practical Life create an original of your choice. Submit your ideas to me before creating it. Type up a 1-2 page evaluation on how it turned out, include any changes you would make for future demonstrations. Please include pictures. ( my original project is show children how to make a bracelet use these materials) photos are in the files.
Clinical Impacts of Additive Use of Olmesartan in Hypertensive Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Write no more than 500 words, describe and critically discuss the following primary research. Can be accessed through:
Also, another paper given for instruction
Write no more than 500 words, describe and critically discuss the following primary research.
(Clinical Impacts of Additive Use of Olmesartan in Hypertensive Patients with Chronic Heart Failure)
Structure of paper:
You should briefly describe the purpose and aims of the study you are describing.
? Description of methods
Think carefully about including the most important details in the methods, because you will not be able to include all the details. You should include details of the experimental protocol, but do not forgot to mention what was measured (and how) and what the primary end point of the study was (or which value was compared between groups.). As your critical analysis is largely dependent on the methods, it is important to make clear how the experiment was conducted.
? Description of results
It is important to discuss the most important results quantitatively and to consider the most important information to include in a short summary. Don’t be tempted to write too much about statistical significance, without commenting on the size of the effect measured. Many papers will include lots of measurements, you need to consider which are the most important, as you won’t have room to discuss them all.
? Critical analysis
This is the most important thing and should contain the major word count of the paper. Essentially, you should aim to consider the work critically, rather than simply accepting the authors’ conclusion. You can approach this task by asking questions such as: Were the methods (and endpoints) appropriate? What do the results mean? Is the authors’ interpretation of the results supported by the data?
•A reference in Harvard or Vancouver.