1.Please use 11 font Arial and 1.5 spacing

2.Add a header with your name and student number and title of assessment.

3.Add a footer with page number

4.Use appropriate sub-headings – use the task brief to guide on this. You do not need to present it as an experimental report.

5.Use a reference list and use correct in-text citation in either Vancouver or Harvard: 

6.Demonstrate independent research and Master’s level reading with peer-review articles (avoid websites) that help critique the effectiveness of risk management of the diagnostic pathway in the context of your workplace.

7.Correctly label any figures and tables (if needed) and make reference to them in your text. Springer has useful tips.

8.Add your word-count. Only use (1800 – 2200) words. Count does not include references, flow chart, appendices, titles, document identifiers. It is likely your risk assessment table along with existing controls / additional controls suggested will be a large proportion of your work so it will count if included in the main text. Or we also talked about if you want to add your extensive table as an appendix to show your workings, but provide a condensed version to help support your discussion by making reference to the table in the text, then depending on how many words in the table, you could exclude this from the word count. Think quality not quantity. 

9.Cover all the points in the assignment brief.

Your flowchart should be only be detailed enough to identify the key steps within the diagnostic pathway -from specimen collection to when the clinician receives the report. You could then cover these essential steps of the flowchart and expand on each in the risk table by identifying the risks associated with each step and quantifying the risks. Powerpoint maybe an easier tool to create the flowchart. You could add a Risk Matrix to the appendix.

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