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Utilize your understanding of broad-to-narrow introductions by completing the development of two introductions.

Include the following aspects in the assignment:

·Choose your two favorite thesis statements created in Week 1 Assignment 2.

·Create a broad-to-narrow introduction of at least 5 sentences for each.


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ao 64° 4GE L 36% 1:36 Х 0 Written Assignment https://content.grantham.edu : Written Assignment Scholarly Writing for Healthcare Professionals - Week 2 Assignment 2 Introductions: Off to a Great Start Good relationships are usually begun with an introduction to someone you don't know. If the first impression is a good one, usually that relationship has the opportunity to grow and be beneficial to both parties. Relationships are much harder to establish with a stranger without having first entered into an introduction and provided some indication that you are interesting and worth taking time to get to know. When introducing yourself, it would be expected that you would smile, show an interest in the other person, and clarify your reason for your introduction (I get to be your nurse today, I am here for the interview, for examples). 1 O QO 64° 4G Loull 36% 1:36 So too, a well-written introduction sets the tone, creates an air of interest, and opens the literary door to a potential relationship between the writer and reader throughout the document. A great introduction provides an interesting reason for the reader to establish a 'relationship.' While there are many ways to construct an introduction, to start, let's explore the broad-to-narrow construction of an introduction. An introduction should contain five to seven sentences. In this type of introduction, the thesis statement is the last sentence of the introduction. Remember when we looked at constructing the thesis statement? We looked at the topic, elder healthcare, and had to narrow it down from a broad and nearly impossible topic to cover in a short essay. So we narrowed the focus to something manageable (see below]. Quality healthcare for Medicare patients (the topic] [focused more narrowly for a simple paper] is reduced (the claim] due to inadequate coverage of service expenses, decreased ability to pay for medications, and inconsistent healthcare delivery for 00 64° 4G: Call 36% 1:36 In our example above, the introduction might look something like this. The health of our nation's citizens makes a dramatic difference in the ability to be productive and live a fulfilled life. Working Americans, in general, have some of the best healthcare in the world in terms of technology and professional knowledge. Most patients can benefit from positive outcomes thanks to insurance policies that cover the majority of the expense of healthcare services. People with jobs, often have adequate income to choose sufficient insurance coverage and can more easily cover out- of-pocket expenses. However, quality healthcare for Medicare patients is reduced due to inadequate coverage of service expenses, decreased ability to pay for medications, and inconsistent healthcare delivery for all populations. Did you see that introduction sneak up on the thesis statement? The first sentences began to set the stage but did not reveal the destination' until the last sentence. Sentence 1 = introduced the concept of health – A QO * 64° HGH Call 36% 1:36 Sentence 1 = introduced the concept of health – very broad Sentence 2 = introduced the concept of working people – broad but added the idea of working [contrast to retirees] Sentence 3 = introduced the concept of quality for most people – more focused to thesis statement Sentence 4 = Introduced the concept of income and choice of plans for working individuals focused and contrasted with retirees Sentence 5 = introduced the topic - health quality reduced for aged population = thesis statement Let's give this a try. All of us in this course might come out with a different introduction if we each wrote an intro from this same thesis statement. Introductions do not have to be alike, but must contain the same important components. Watch the assigned video Lecture 4 before attempting this assignment. QO 64° * 4GE Cool 36% 1:36 Quality healthcare for Medicare patients (the topic] [focused more narrowly for a simple paper] is reduced (the claim] due to inadequate coverage of service expenses, decreased ability to pay for medications, and inconsistent healthcare delivery for all populations (three supporting facts). We have the thesis statement that is the last entry for your paragraph. Now, we will broaden up the ideas in the introduction so that it resembles a funnel. General Information - 2+ sentences Background information - 2+ sentences Thesis statement – 1 sentence
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Running head: THESIS STATEMENT INTRODUCTIONS

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Thesis statement 1: Opioid Crisis
The opioid crisis is a major challenge in the United States since it has caused many
deaths. The United States has been facing several challenges ranging from unnecessary deaths
from the opioid crisis hence the need for interventions at the national level. Having been declared
a crisis, opioid crisis has been mitigated in various levels although the level of risk is still higher
which calls for a need of action to reduce the challenges and ensu...


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