How would i rewrite this sentence.
In this paper, I will explain the role of nurse when combating microbial to drugs.
I think you left out “resistance.”
This paper explains the nurse’s role in combating microbial resistance to drugs.
Although it is not wrong to use “nursing,” it may get your paper passed over by other researchers. If I saw “the role of nursing in combating microbial resistance to drugs” I might assume it is about the transmission of antibodies in breast milk and move on.
|link comment||answered Jun 09 '13 at 05:04 PsyGuy New member|
Within this paper, the role of nursing vs. microbial will be explained.
In this paper, I will explain the role of nursing combatting microbial.
(but microbial WHAT? another word might be needed there, such as damage?)
In your version, combatting is mis-spelled, a double consonant makes short a vowel, a single consonant makes a long vowel , yours would sound like "combaaating".
|link comment||answered Jun 06 '13 at 11:48 RaChelle New member|
You should say "nursing" instead of "nurse." You are misusing the word "combat" here. "Combating...to drugs" makes no sense. Also, "microbial" is an adjective, yet there is no noun present for it to modify. Try this:
In this paper, I will explain the role of nursing when combating microbial infections with drugs.
|link comment||answered Jun 06 '13 at 14:35 Booker New member|
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