introduction and literature review. Developing the first two chapters of the written capstone document by writing an introduction and literature review. The topic is prevention of pressure ulcers in hip fracture patients.
Chapter 1: Introduction
A. Provide an introduction (suggested length of 4â€“6 pages) that explains the rationale for your project by doing the following:
1. Explain the background of the gap identified in Task 1, part C1.
Note: You may use and expand on your submission from Task 1, part C3.
2. Provide your problem statement.
Note: You may use and expand on your submission from Task 1, part C1.
3. Summarize the scope of your proposed course by doing the following:
a. Describe the course you will develop to address the gap identified in Task 1, part C1.
Note: You may use and expand on your submission from Task 1, parts D, E, and H1.
b. Provide a rationale for the solution you proposed in Task 1, part D.
Chapter 2: Literature Review
B. Provide a thorough and well-organized literature review (suggested length of 3-5 paragraphs) on your topic by doing the following:
1. Include a minimum of 10 scholarly, peer-reviewed sources in APA format that were published within the last five years.
Note: These sources must be cited within your Chapter 2 Literature Review.
2. Synthesize the literature relevant to the gap you identified and your proposed solution.
Note: Whereas a literature summary or annotated bibliography is a rote description of the literature, a synthesis integrates the literature in a coherent narrative. Be sure to use in-text citations wherever necessary.
3. Identify best practices for your proposal, based on the review of literature.
Note: Be sure to use in-text citations wherever necessary.
C. Propose a solution to the gap identified in Task 1, part C1, based on the findings of your literature review from part B of this task.
D. Acknowledge sources, using APA-formatted in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
E. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission