Medical Terminology SEEI Final Project Instructions
You will write a paper using medical terminology. You will choose one of the following subjects to write on:
- How does the Healthy People 2020 project support our individual health?
- Choose one bill related to healthcare that is currently in the legislature for Texas. How is this bill meant to help the target population?
- Choose a leadership style. Using the SEEI format write explain this leadership style.
You will be using the SEEI format. This is explained below. Each section needs to be addressed.
The SEE-I is an acronym; it stands for the steps or concepts listed below.
|State it (State your subject (This section should have a minimum of 200 words and 7 Highlighted Medical terms)|
|Elaborate (This section should have a minimum of 350 words and 9 Highlighted Medical terms)|
|Example (This section should have a minimum of 350 words and 9 Highlighted Medical terms)|
|Illustrate (This section should have a minimum of 350 words and 9 Highlighted Medical terms)|
SEE-I is an easy-to-use and methodical critical thinking technique that helps writers clarify their ideas.
STATE IT: Example: What is Critical Thinking?
- Critical thinking is a self-directed process by which we take deliberate steps to think at the highest level of quality.
- Critical thinking is skillful, responsible thinking that is conducive to good judgment because it is sensitive to context, relies on criteria, and is self-correcting.
Elaborate: IN OTHER WORDS…… In other words critical thinking is“ thinking about thinking in order to make it better.”
EXAMPLE: Critical Thinking is… Analysis of thinking by focusing on the parts (“the Elements”) Evaluation of thinking by focusing on the quality (“the Standards”) Improvement of thinking by using what you have learned/
ILLUSTRATE: In other words…. Illustrate with a with a metaphor, analogy, or comparison In other words all reasoning . . .
- has a purpose
- is an attempt to figure something out, to settle some question, solve
- is based on assumptions
- is done from some point of view
- is based on data, information & evidence
- is expressed through and shaped by concepts and ideas
- contains inferences or interpretations by which we draw conclusions and give meaning to data
- leads somewhere or has implications and consequences.
Clarity Could you elaborate further?
Could you give me an example?
Accuracy How could we check on that?
How could we find out if that is true?
Precision Could you be more specific?
Could you give me more details?
Relevance How does that relate to the problem?
How does that bear on the question?
Depth What factors make this a difficult problem?
What are some of the complexities of this question?
Breadth Do we need to look at this from another perspective?
Do we need to consider another point of view?
Logic Does all this make sense together?
Does what you say follow from the evidence?
Significance Is this the most important problem to consider?
Is this the central idea to focus on?
Fairness Do I have any vested interest in this issue?
How to Apply the SEE-I Method