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Use current and relevant literature to adequately support your discussion throughout the essay. Getting started with the literature

Assessment 3: Essay
Weighting: 55%
Word count: 1500
Due Date: Week 10 Monday 28 April 2014 by 1700hrs
Submission details: Students are required to submit an electronic copy only. Your essay must be submitted in .doc, docx. or.rtf – Do not submit in pdf versions for this assessment. This assessment is marked online, no paper copy will be accepted. Marks, comments and the marking criteria will be released online.
Marking Criteria and Standards: See pp. 19-21
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.
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 from one of the following lifespan categories:
• Child
• Young Adult
• Older adult (65+)
Write an essay that:
a) Discusses the importance of providing age appropriate 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.
Getting started with the literature
To commence this process the following reading may initiate further understanding in relation to age appropriate in nursing care for a patient receiving palliation and their family and carers.
Haley, C., & Daley, J. (2014). Palliation in chronic illness. In E. Chang & A. Johnson (Eds.), Chronic illness and disability. Principles of nursing practice (2nd ed.). (pp. 232-248). Chatswood: Elsevier.
Monterosso, L., Kristjanson, L., Aoun, S., & Phillips, M. (2007). Support and palliative care needs of families of children with life-threatening illnesses in Western Australia: evidence to guide the development of a palliative care service. Palliative Medicine 21 (8), 689-696 DOI: 10.1177/0269216307083032
Bhatnagar, S,. & Joshi, S. (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
Brereton, L., Gardiner, C., Gott, M., Ingleton, C., Barnes, S., & Carroll, C. (2011). The hospital environment for end of life care of older adults and their families: an integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(5), 981-993.
400763 – FHC: Chronicity and Palliative Care Nursing
Learning Guide – Autumn 2014
©School of Nursing and Midwifery Page 18 of 29
University of Western Sydney
Student’s written response that exceeds more than 10% of word limit will not be assessed following that point in the response.
?Note: Resubmission of assessment items will not normally be considered.
• Essay exemplars are available on the vUWS

Criteria 1. Introduction is
exceptional, well-
constructed and provides
a clear thesis statement
which clearly outlines the
main points for discussion

Criteria 2.Illustrates
understanding of
the importance of
providing age
appropriate
palliative care
reflecting a
palliative approach
for a person and
their family
receiving
palliation.
Marks for this section /15

Criteria for High Distinction for this section :_Discussion conveys
consistent evidence of
synthesis in illustrating
understanding of age
appropriate nursing care
for a person and their
family receiving palliation.

Criteria 3:- Discuss how the
nurse supports the
needs of a
person receiving
palliation, in your
chosen lifespan
category group
reflecting a
palliative
approach.

Marks for this section /20

Criteria for High Distinction for this section:- Discussion conveys
consistent evidence of
synthesis being applied
to how the nurse would
support the needs of a
person receiving
palliation, in your
chosen lifespan
category reflecting a
palliative approach.

Discussion is expertly
supported by current
academic research, with
superior grasp of current
knowledge related to
topic evidenced
Criteria 4 :-Conclusion

Mark/5

High Distinction
Provides an
exceptional, clear,
concise, well organized
conclusion which
expertly and succinctly
summarises all the main
points raised in the
discussion paper and
draws these together in
an outstanding manner.

Criteria 5:-Technical Skills
Uses correct
grammar,
spelling and
punctuation

Correctly applies
conventions of in text-citation for specified
referencing style.
Includes a
complete reference list
correctly formatted
according to
specified
referencing style

Mark
10 –

Criteria for High Distinction :- Your essay contains no
errors in grammar,
spelling and punctuation.
You apply all conventions
of APA correctly, use
direct quotation sparingly
and always paraphrase
effectively.
You use the correct
bibliographical format for
all sources and sequence
them alphabetically.

* I would like you to look at pages 17-18 of the learning guide in the attachment for the essay details.
* I would like you to write the essay following High Distinction column of the criteria sheet in pages 19-21 of the attached learning guide.
* The essay should select one of the patient from one of the life span (Child or Young Adult or Older Adult).
* The essay should be referenced using current (from 2009) 6 journals and 4 literature in APA style. All together more than 12 references needed.
* Include the following references in it:

– 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.

– Monterosso, L., Kristjanson, L., Aoun, S., & Phillips, M. (2007). Support and palliative care needs of families of children with life-threatening illnesses in Western Australia: evidence to guide the development of a palliative care service. Palliative Medicine 21 (8), 689-696 DOI: 10.1177/0269216307083032

– Bhatnagar, S,. & Joshi, S. (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

– Brererton, L., Gardiner, C., Gott, M., Ingleton, C., Barnes, S., & Carroll, C. (2011). The hospital environment for end of life care of older adults and their families: an integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(5), 981-993.
* The essay should have intext citation for most sentences in APA style
* The essay should be written in Times New Roman with font size 12.

Please also see Lewis’s medical- surgical nursing: assessment and management of clinical Problems-Diane Brown, Helen Edwards. 2012 3rd Ed Chapter 9 which has material about palliative care.Please put the reference in APA style.

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