General Rules For Creating An Interesting Nursing Dissertation Introduction 

If you write a dissertation on nursing, it will definitely be a useful work. There are lots of questions that need further research as well as many problems that should be solved in this field. To do a good nursing thesis, pay close attention to all chapters of your paper. They should be equally strong and well-developed. An introduction deserves your special attention as well. In this section of your paper, you should effectively introduce your topic, provide the background, explain why this research is significant, and tell what to expect from the following chapters. However, the key purpose of the introductory section is to sell the product, i.e. to engage the reader and make them read your paper. If you don’t know how to create an interesting introduction for your nursing dissertation, the following rules will guide you in the process:

  • Show the big picture.
  • In the very first sentences, define what information will be covered in the subsequent chapters of your paper. If need be, you will be able to refer to these data in your introduction.

  • Start broad, go to specific, and end broad.
  • Follow this pattern to introduce your nursing subject. Namely, start with general explanations why your research question is important for the world, follow these general observations with more specific details that are relevant to your nursing topic, and connect specific information to the wider world again.

  • Weave in unexpected details.
  • Add unexpected details to make your dissertation stand out from the papers on a similar nursing topic. For example, look at the topic at a new angle or set unusual objectives.

  • Review only the best works in your field.
  • Focus only on quality and reputable sources when analyzing existing knowledge in the field. By doing so, you set standards and suggest that your nursing thesis is credible as well. In your literature review, explain why all these works are important for exploring your topic.

  • Mention what gaps in the knowledge exist.
  • Your thesis will fill in these gaps. Therefore, it is scientifically valuable and worth attention.

  • Wrap it up efficiently.
  • Summarize all main points from your introduction, state your research question, and allude to how you are going to answer this question in the following chapters. With a good allusion, your reader will want to read your paper and see how you managed to answer the question or solve the problem.

If you are passionate about the research question of your nursing dissertation, it won’t be difficult to follow these rules and pass your interest over to your reader.

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