Write a scholarly book review on Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the


Write a scholarly book review on Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande. The review should present a critique of the book
in the context of current and emerging trends in the care of gerontological
patients. Identify a question or issue of importance as a Nurse Practitioner
student, with implications for your current and future practice and/or for
your professional goals. Relate the identified
question or issue to a patient you have seen in clinical practice.
Utilize the following outline:
1. Introduction to the paper (Include the citation for the book and discuss what will be presented in your paper (1-2 paragraphs)
2. Identify the author’s main point, and whether he achieves the stated purpose of the book (1-2 paragraphs)
3. Critically reflect on and discuss the book (this is not just a summary of
the book- it is reflecting on the main themes of the book (1 page)
4. Identify one issue that was discussed in the book that has implications or
importance to a soon to be Nurse Practitioner. Relate it to a patient seen in
practice. Use different sources to substantiate the topic’s importance (2
pages)
5. Summary and Further Implications (2 paragraphs)
This book can be found online for free. 10 References and MUST BE APA format 7th edition
This assignment should be approximately 6 pages in length.


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