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NRSG372: Chronic Illness and DisabilityNRSG372 _ Assessment 2: Health Education Narrated PowerPoint _ © Australian Catholic University 2021 _ Page 1 of 3 ASSESSMENT INFORMATIONAssessment TitleHealth Education Narrated PowerPointPurposeThis assessment task will allow students to demonstrate an understanding andempathy towards the complexity of modifiable risk factor behaviour alteration forpatient with chronic illness and or disability. This assignment will developstudents’ ability to identify factors which inhibit independence and diminishquality of life, require consideration of issues that inform behaviour, andadvocate practical strategies for modification. Students will have theopportunity to demonstrate critical thinking, clinical reasoning and the principlesof caring for people with a chronic illness or disability are applied.Stream A Due DateWednesday, 21st April 2021Stream B Due DateWednesday, 2nd June 2021Time Due9amWeighting50%Length8 to 10 minute narration of a PowerPoint presentation. Minimum of 6 slidesincluding introduction and conclusion. Slide/s containing reference list are notcounted in the minimum.Assessment RubricAppendix B of the NRSG unit outlineLEO ResourceHealth Education Narrated PowerPoint Unpacking video, assessment tileLOs AssessedLO3, L04, LO5TaskStudents will choose from one of two case studies that display multiplemodifiable risks. Students can then choose ONE risk factor to focus theirassessment on. Students are required to develop a narrated PowerPoint onbehaviour change for patients with multiple chronic diseases or disabilities. It isexpected that appropriate evidence-based literature will be used to supportanswer the following questions:1. Briefly summarise the case study and define the chosen modifiable riskfactor behaviour.2. Outline factors that may contribute to the behaviour (why the behaviourhappens), and how the behaviour will impact on the chronic illness ordisability.3. Identify a health behaviour theory that may be appropriate to explain thebehaviour, and can be used as the basis for an intervention to modify thatbehaviour4. Outline and justify one (1) innovative and practical strategy that can beimplemented at home by person in the case study to encourage risk factorbehaviour modification, why it is a relevant strategy for the case study, andwhat the RN’s role will be within this strategy.5. Outline and justify one (1) appropriate (real) service/support/group in your NRSG372: Chronic Illness and DisabilityNRSG372 _ Assessment 2: Health Education Narrated PowerPoint _ © Australian Catholic University 2021 _ Page 2 of 3 area able to assist. Include a brief description of the service (relevant to theclinician, not the consumer), why this service will assist, how will it befunded, and what the RN’s role will be within this strategy. Please includecontact details for the service (a website or phone number) on the PPTslide.Instructions on how to record a slide show with narration and slide timings inPowerPoint are available on the LEO assessment tile.Case Study 1Alan, 75 years old, retired from the public service four years ago. He lives alonein a second storey apartment on a busy main road. Alan no longer drives due tovision issues, has a BMI of 34.9, and is diagnosed with osteoarthritis,hypertension, hepatitis C, skin cancer and polycystic kidney disease. He hasrecently had a fall getting out of the shower but did not sustain any injuries. Alanspends his time watching Netflix or playing games on his Ipad. Alan leaves hishouse only to see his GP every two months to renew his multiple prescriptionsand walks next door to the petrol station to purchase food supplies every fewdays. Alan has current referrals from the GP to a physiotherapist, dietician,occupational therapist and has appointments for all within the next 6 weeks.Case Study 2Parker is a 19-year-old full time student, studying marketing. Parker has ahistory of asthma, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, depression.Parker’s mother coordinated schedules, diet, medications, doctors’appointments; however, she passed away four months ago, and Parker nowlives alone. Parker now often runs out of prescribed medications, schedules butfails to attend for appointments, relies on take-out food, and isn’t sure where hisrepeat prescriptions are. Parker was recently fired from his job at McDonald’sdue to poor attendance from increasing anxiety, and failed three units at uni lastsemester. Parker has current referrals from the GP to a physiotherapist,dietician, occupational therapist and has appointments for all within the next 6weeks.SubmissionVia the assessment dropbox in the NRSG372 LEO site on your campus tile.Please ensure you submit to the dropbox assigned to your stream.FORMATTINGFile formatPowerPoint Show (.ppsx)StructureIntroduction slide, content slides, conclusion slide, reference slide/s.Minimum of 6 slides, excluding reference slides.Direct quotesAlways require page number. No more than 10% of WC in direct quotesFooterName – Student Number – Ax2 – NRG372 – 2021 (in 9 point Calibri or Arial) NRSG372: Chronic Illness and DisabilityNRSG372 _ Assessment 2: Health Education Narrated PowerPoint _ © Australian Catholic University 2021 _ Page 3 of 3 REFRENCINGReferencing StyleAPA 7thMinimum ReferencesA minimum of 14 high quality resources are to be used.Age of ReferencesPublished in the last 5 years as this area of knowledge is rapidly developingList Heading“References” is centered, bold, on a new slide (14 point Calibri or Arial)Alphabetical OrderReferences are arranged alphabetically by author family nameHanging IndentSecond and subsequent lines of a reference have a hanging indentDOIPresented as functional hyperlinkSpacingDouble spacing the entire reference list, both within and between entriesADMINISTRATIONLate PenaltiesLate penalties will be applied from 9:01am on the due date, incurring 5% penaltyof the maximum marks available up to a maximum of 15%. Assessment tasksreceived more than three calendar days after the due or extended date willreceive feedback but will not not be allocated a mark.Penalty TimeframePenaltyMarks Deducted09:01am Wednesday to 9am Thursday5% penalty5 marks09:01am Thursday to 9am Friday10% penalty10 marks09:01am Friday to 9am Saturday15% penalty15 marksReceived after 09:01 SaturdayNo mark allocatedExample:An assignment is submitted 12 hours late and is initially marked at 60 out of100. A 5% penalty is applied (5% of 100 is 5 marks). Therefore, the studentreceives 55 out of 100 as a final mark.Return of MarksMarks will be generally returned in three weeks; if this is not achievable, you willbe notified via your campus LEO forum.Final AssignmentMarks for the final assessment (assessment three) of this unit will be withhelduntil after grade ratification and grade release.Assessment template project informed by ACU student forums, ACU Librarians and the Academic Skills Unit.


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