Read each introduction and identify the three parts:
The situation or problem â€“ highlight in red
- The specific information that must be explored, or questions that must be answered â€“ highlight in yellow
- The purpose (to explain, to inform, to recommend, to propose, to request) â€“ highlight in green
Approximately 1 percent of the Canadian population will experience bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression, in their lifetime (â€œFast Facts about Mental Illnessâ€). This translates to approximately 355,404 people (Statistics Canada). Although manic-depression is incurable, there are several ways to reduce the risk of relapse. This report investigates three possible treatment options for bipolar disorder. The purpose of this report is to analyze, evaluate, and recommend the best treatment method. In this report, the cost, accessibility, and effectiveness of medication, therapy, and preventative measures will be discussed.