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ANALYTICAL paper: Health care law

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Please see attachments I need to first do the Thesis plus expansion assignment which is basically the Thesis statement of paper. I need that immediately by deadline.
8 substantive pages
in length EXCLUDING cover page, abstract and works cited. APA FORMAT
Papers should be double-spaced, 12pt font and traditional margins.
This means, you MUSThave a cover page, abstract and works cited

Guidelines for Topic
The student shall have broad discretion in choosing a topic to PERSUASIVELY, or
ANALYTICALLY write about. Persuasive writing is also known as an argument essay. It
utilizes, evidence, logic and reason to show that one idea is more legitimate than another
It attempts to persuade a reader to adopt a certain point of view or to take a particular action.
The topic should be health care related; however, this can be interpreted on many fronts.

It can be based upon a health care law, policy, regulation, guideline, protocol etc. It does not have to necessarily be a controversial topic, however, there must be some controversy
surrounding the argument. To further explain this—you cannot persuade a topic that is
already settled law.

Alternatively, you may choose to write an analysis about a specific health care policy or
policies in action. This ANALYTICAL paper should break down an issue or idea into its
component parts, evaluates the issue or idea, and presents this breakdown and evaluation to theaudience. In essence, if you are demonstrating a problem, you must provide a solution.

You may find that when you are writing your paper, that it may become a hybrid
persuasive/analytical framework, this is fine
Key areas throughout your paper you should be focusing on:
Thesis: At the conclusion of the introduction of your paper, it should end with a clear, specific
thesis statement, which will tell the reader exactly what your paper will be arguing. Each Body
Paragraph will directly support your thesis.
Body Paragraphs: These are the core of your paper where the reader will find your
arguments, evidence, data, etc. that support your thesis

Topic Sentences: Each body paragraph will begin with a topic sentence which introduces its topic.
ALL of the information in that paragraph will be clearly and logically related to the topic sentence
Support: This is where you get to use arguments, data, facts, analysis, examples, laws, regulations,
etc., AT MINIMUM you should have at LEAST three points to support each topic sentence.
Transitions: A well-thought and effective essay will show the connection between paragraphs
with transitions. These can be the final sentence of each body paragraph or can be integrated
into the next topic sentence with transition words

Conclusion: A conclusion tells your reader that this is where you are going to wrap-up your essay.
IT SHOULD NOT introduce new information or arguments. Sometime these can begin with a
sentence that looks very similar to your thesis to summarize the general points of the paper as a
whole, and draw your paper NEATLY to a close.

CITE YOUR WORK! All unoriginal thoughts and examples shall be credited to its
original author. All papers should be in standard APA format, and it MUST remain
consistent throughout the entirety of your paper.
As this is an EVIDENCE based paper, all sources MUST credible/scholarly and
recognized as such.
NOTE: If you are using case law and citing it as relevant and binding
make sure that it actually is (has it been over-turned?).

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