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Discusses the importance of providing age appropriate palliative care reflecting a palliative approach for a person and their family.

Overview

The aim of this assessment is to provide students with an opportunity to (1) gain a deeper understanding of and culturally competent nursing care and the nurse’s role surrounding death and dying; (2) further develop research and written communication skills.

Details

Weight: Student needs to achieve a mark of 27.5 (50%) to pass this supplementary assessment. Note: On successful passing of the assessment task, the student will only be eligible to be awarded a final grade of P: 50 in this unit.

Length: 1500 word essay.

Criteria: Provided below.

Student Direction: The following readings are a starting point that students may find useful to gain an understanding of this topic area.

Haley, C., & Daley, J. (2014). Palliation in chronic illness. In E. Chang & A. Johnson (Eds.), Chronic illness and disability. Principles for nursing practice (2nd ed). (pp. 232-248). Chatswood: Elsevier.

Bhatnagar, S,. & Joshi, Saurabh,. (2011). Palliative care in young adults: an issue which needs higher and better awareness. Indian Journal of Palliative Care. 13 (3). 173-174 doi:10.4103/0973-1075.92332

Task: Essay

Word count: 1500 words

Submission details: Students are required to submit an electronic copy only. Students are to use a word document; no PDF versions will be accepted.

Aim of Assessment

The aim of this assessment is to provide students with an opportunity to (1) gain a deeper understanding of age appropriate nursing care for a patient receiving palliation, their family and carers and the nurse’s role surrounding death and dying; (2) further develop research and written communication skills.

Details

Essay Question:

Australia’s population is becoming increasingly diverse. Therefore, meeting the palliative care needs in a range of settings poses many challenges. To demonstrate your understanding of a palliative care approach in a diverse environment, select a patient within one of the following lifespan categories:

• Young Adult

Write an essay that:

a) Discusses the importance of providing age appropriate palliative care reflecting a palliative approach for a person and their family.

b) Illustrate your understanding of nursing care using a palliative approach when applied to your chosen life span category.

• Use current and relevant literature to adequately support your discussion throughout the essay.

References must be in APA style, adequately and coherently given, both in text and in the final reference list, and in strict accordance with the University of Western Sydney (2011) American Psychological Association referencing style guide. Available from

http://library.uws.edu.au/FILES/cite_APA.pdf.

• The essay must be typed. Typing must be legible, at least 12 font, double spaced.

Marking Criteria and Standards: Supplementary Assessment – Essay

Criteria Mark High Distinction

5 – 4.5

Distinction

4

Credit

3.5 Pass

3 – 2.5 Fail

=2

Introduction

/5

Introduction is exceptional, well- constructed and provides a clear thesis statement which clearly outlines the main points for discussion

Introduction provides very good or superior and clear thesis statement which lists the main points for discussion.

The introduction provides a good thesis statement which is mostly clear and lists the main points for discussion and reflection.

The Introduction adequately lists the main points for discussion and reflection. The introduction may not be clear or well constructed.

Poor or inappropriate introduction with a thesis statement that is unclear or absent, and has inadequate or absent outline of main points for discussion..

The issues to be addressed in the body of the work may be absent or poorly addressed.

Criteria Mark High Distinction

15 – 13

Distinction

12.5 – 11.5 Credit

11- 10

Pass

9.5 – 7.5 Fail

= 7

Discusses the importance of providing age appropriate palliative care reflecting a palliative approach for a person and their family receiving palliation.

/15

Discussion conveys consistent evidence of synthesis in understanding the importance of age appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation.

Discussion conveys consistent evidence of critical analysis in understanding the importance of age appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation.

Discussion conveys a

degree of analysis in understanding the importance of age appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation.

Discussion conveys

minimal evidence of understanding of the importance of age appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation

Discussion fails to show

adequate understanding of the importance of age appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation

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