Identify and critically evaluate a technology system for patient care and/or nursing. Secondly, this could include any of the following: Patient assessment e.g. online self-assessment tools and telehealth, Patient consultation & reviews – e.g. telehealth, Patient surveillance & monitoring – e.g. pulse oximetry and blood pressure recording at home, fitness tracking devices, Patients’ records – e.g. online records accessible to patients (NHS APP) and other professionals across different areas of practice, The administration of drugs and various treatments – e.g. surgery involving robotic devices, Health living and maintenance e.g. health apps and tracking devices
Your submission should be 1,500 words in length (+/- 10%). Also you must use your critical thinking and writing skills, and a variety of sources (journal articles, books etc) in writing this assessment. Citation and referencing must be done using the Harvard method.
Additionally, Please use the following formatting. Whereby double line spacing, Font: Arial size 12, Left alignment of main text. Also no indentation of paragraphs or of the reference list, Reference list should be formatte-d with single line spaces. Your paper should be set out in a format using headings/subheadings:
Introduce the paper and topic, briefly explain what you will be discussing. Then you might want to state here the tool you will be discussing. Also In the body of your critical review, you might want to consider: (approximately 1200 words). Therefore, Justify and critically analyse the selection of your chosen tool as it relates to nursing or a care pathway, How would you critically evaluate the device?
Conclusion: Summarise your content and findings, Do not include any new facts/information/discussion, Keep it short and concise
Does not contribute to your word count, A reference should be include-d for all in-text citations, a reference list should be. include-d at the end in Harvard referencing style, Use single line spacing and begin on a new page, Use Cite them Rite and contact library for support if necessary.