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DHI401_Assessment_1_Brief_Evaluation Report_Module 6 Page 2 of 2Task SummaryFor Assessment 2, you will be required to evaluate two digital health tools/interventions. You willneed to examine its applicability in a professional context within Australia, considering infrastructural,legal and ethical concerns.ContextThis assessment is set in the Australian context. A set of digital health tools, otherwise known assoftware as a service (SaaS) solutions, are available for your examination. You are expected todemonstrate an understanding of the infrastructure required, as well as the legal and ethicalconcerns in the Australian context. Relevant regulations, privacy laws and guiding principles must beconsulted in this evaluation.Assessment 2 prepares health professionals to better understand the applicability, gaps and ASSESSMENT 1 BRIEFSubject Code and TitleDHI401 Digital Health and InformaticsAssessmentEvaluation ReportIndividual/GroupIndividualLength2,000 words (+/- 10%)Learning OutcomesThe Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successfulcompletion of the task below include:a) Critically analyse digital health and informatics applicationsin an Australian contextb) Classify the innovative use of digital health including ehealth, telehealth, m-health, IoT and social mediatools/techniques for population health and interpretdisease surveillance, risk communication, disastermanagement and emergency responsec) Investigate and compare legal frameworks and globalguidelines for digital health application in Australia withinsights into social equity principles and diversityd) Investigate the effectiveness of a digital health interventionin digital healthSubmissionDue by 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday end of Module 6 (Week 6)Weighting40%Total Marks100 marks DHI401_Assessment_1_Brief_Evaluation Report_Module 6 Page 2 of 2expectations from digital health interventions, such that it informs their professional disciplinerelating to Public Health.Task InstructionsStep 1: Go to this link for Reachout.com: https://au.reachout.com/tools-and-appsYou will find a series of mobile apps and tools for health and well-being in the Australian context.Step 2: Select TWO of the interventions that are active for your evaluation.Step 3: Conduct an evaluation for each tool/intervention using these guiding questions: a. What is the primary objective behind this intervention?b. How long has it been active, and are there any apparent results (For example, userfeedback, public reviews and so on)? What do these say? Review the qualitativefeedback.c. Who is the infrastructure provider/host for the solution? (For example, the solutionmay be hosted on Microsoft or AWS cloud servers. This would indicate the extent towhich the solution is stable and secure.)d. Demographic – Who seems to be using the solution in the past 12 months? Is thesolution catering to the socio-cultural requirements in the Australian context? (Forexample, are the interfaces applicable to indigenous communities, culturally andlinguistically diverse communities and so on?)e. What are the privacy measures apparent from the solution?f. Consider the ethical, legal and regulatory principles, best practices and laws relatedto the solution in the Australian context. From a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being thehighest), evaluate the compliance based on the information available.g. Has the solution been actively taken up by the proposed users? What may be thedeterrents?h. From a wider global research, are there any comparative solutions available that canbe better used instead of this solution? Can these be used in the Australian context?i. From your professional point of view, would the solution help in your work or at apersonal level?i. If yes, explain the applicability of the solution in your professional andpersonal context (if applicable).ii. If no, explain the gaps and provide recommendations on improvement. Structure:1. Introduction (400 Words)Introduce each of the two selected digital tools or interventions and its background information.What is the primary objective of this tool? What are the secondary objectives?2. Evaluative Discussion:DHI401_Assessment_1_Brief_Evaluation Report_Module 6 Page 2 of 2Classify the challenges for each tool/intervention according to the following subheadings:• Infrastructure/environment (200 words per tool – total 400 words)• Legal/Regulatory (200 words per tool – total 400 words)• Ethical/Socio-cultural issues (200 words per tool – total 400 words)3. Conclusion and Recommendations: (400 words)Provide actionable and practical recommendations, with guidelines for implementation.Link your conclusion back to your introduction.4. Reference listAPA 7th edition referencing must be followed.Please refer to the rubric at the end of this document for the assessment criteria.ReferencingIt is essential that you use appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research or images used.Provide a reference list using only academic sources. You will need to list them in alphabetical orderusing the surname of the author, as per the APA format. Please ensure that you list all the resourcesyou have used throughout the report. In-text citations (where applicable) must also be in the correctAPA style.For more information on referencing, go to https://library.torrens.edu.au/academicskills/apa/toolSubmission InstructionsSubmit your Evaluation Report via the Assessment 2 link in the main navigation menu in the DHI401Digital Health and Informatics Blackboard portal. Your Learning Facilitator will provide feedback viathe Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.Academic Integrity Declaration:I declare that, except where I have referenced, the work I am submitting for this assessment task ismy own work. I have read and am aware of Torrens University Australia Academic Integrity Policyand Procedure viewable online at http://www.torrens.edu.au/policies-and-formsI am aware that I need to keep a copy of all submitted material and their drafts, and I will do soaccordingly.DHI401_Assessment_1_Brief_Evaluation Report_Module 3 Page 2 of 2Assessment Rubric AssessmentAttributesFail(Yet to achieveminimum standard)0-49%Pass(Functional)50-64%Credit(Proficient)65-74%Distinction(Advanced)75-84%High Distinction(Exceptional)85-100%Knowledge andunderstanding ofdigital health apps asthey are being appliedin the Australiancontext and theirprofessions40%Demonstrates a partiallydeveloped understandingof digital app solutions by:a) summarising thedescription briefly.Demonstrates a functionalknowledge of digital healthapplication by:a) summarising the featuresof the digital solution beingevaluated.Demonstrates proficientknowledge of digital healthapps by:a) summarising the featuresand functionalities of thesolution being evaluatedbrieflyb) explaining theirapplicability in theAustralian context.Demonstrates advancedknowledge of digital healthapps by:a) explaining the objectivesand functionalities of thesolutionb) describing theirapplicability in theAustralian contextc) explaining how it may beused in their profession.Demonstrates exceptionalknowledge of digital healthapps by:a) explaining the objectivesin relation to health, itsfeatures and functionalitiesb) describing itsapplicability in theAustralian context as digitalhealth interventionc) explaining how it may beadding value to theirprofessiond) integrating globalperspectives andcomparable solutions tovalue add torecommendations.Analysis andapplication withsynthesis of newknowledge40%Limited synthesis andanalysis.Limited application/recommendations basedupon analysis.Demonstrated analysis andsynthesis of new knowledgewith application.Well-developed analysisand synthesis withapplication ofrecommendations linked toanalysis/synthesis.Thoroughly developed andcreative analysis andsynthesis with applicationof pretested models and /or independentlydeveloped models andHighly sophisticated andcreative analysis, synthesisof new with existingknowledge.Strong application by wayof pretested models and / DHI401_Assessment_1_Brief_Evaluation Report_Module 3 Page 2 of 2 AssessmentAttributesFail(Yet to achieveminimum standard)0-49%Pass(Functional)50-64%Credit(Proficient)65-74%Distinction(Advanced)75-84%High Distinction(Exceptional)85-100%justified recommendationslinked to analysis/synthesis.or independentlydeveloped models.Recommendations areclearly justified based onthe analysis/synthesis.Applying knowledge to newsituations/other cases.EffectiveCommunication(Written)10%Presents information.Specialised language andterminology are rarely orinaccurately employed.Meaning is repeatedlyobscured by errors in thecommunication of ideas,including errors instructure, sequence,spelling, grammar,punctuation and/or theacknowledgment ofsources.Communicates in a readablemanner that largely adheresto the given format.Generally employs specialisedlanguage and terminologywith accuracy.Meaning is sometimesdifficult to follow.Information, arguments andevidence are structured andsequenced in a way that isnot always clear and logical.Some errors are evident inspelling, grammar and/orpunctuation.Communicates in acoherent and readablemanner that adheres to thegiven format.Accurately employsspecialised language andterminology.Meaning is easy to follow.Information, arguments andevidence are structured andsequenced clearly andlogically.Occasional minor errorspresent in spelling,grammar and/orpunctuation.Communicates coherentlyand concisely in a mannerthat adheres to the givenformat.Accurately employs a widerange of specialisedlanguage and terminology.Engages audience interest.Information, arguments andevidence are structured andsequenced clearly andpersuasively.Spelling, grammar andpunctuation are free fromerrors.Communicates eloquently.Expresses meaningcoherently, concisely andcreatively within the givenformat.Discerningly selects andprecisely employs a widerange of specialisedlanguage and terminology.Engages and sustainsaudience’s interest.Information, argumentsand evidence are insightful,persuasive and expertlypresented. DHI401_Assessment_1_Brief_Evaluation Report_Module 3 Page 2 of 2 AssessmentAttributesFail(Yet to achieveminimum standard)0-49%Pass(Functional)50-64%Credit(Proficient)65-74%Distinction(Advanced)75-84%High Distinction(Exceptional)85-100%Spelling, grammar andpunctuation are free fromerrors.Correct citation of keyresources and evidence10%Demonstratesinconsistent use of goodquality, credible andrelevant resources tosupport and developideas.APA citations andreferencing are omitted orincorrectly addressed.Demonstrates use of credibleand relevant resources tosupport and develop ideas,but these are not alwaysexplicit or well developed.APA citations andreferencing are basic, withfrequent or repeated errors.Demonstrates use ofcredible resources tosupport and develop ideas.APA citations andreferencing are adequate,with occasional errors.Demonstrates use of goodquality, credible andrelevant resources tosupport and developarguments and statements.Shows evidence of widescope within theorganisation for sourcingevidence.Applies APA citation andreferencing techniques withno errors.Demonstrates use of highquality, credible andrelevant resources tosupport and developarguments and positionstatements.Shows evidence of widescope within and withoutthe organisation forsourcing evidence.Applies APA citation andreferencing techniqueswith no errors. DHI401_Assessment_1_Brief_Evaluation Report_Module 3 Page 2 of 2 The following Subject Learning Outcomes are addressed in this assessmentSLO a)Critically analyse digital health and informatics applications in an Australian contextSLO b)Classify the innovative use of digital health including e-health, telehealth, m-health, IoT and social media tools/techniques for populationhealth and interpret disease surveillance, risk communication, disaster management and emergency response.SLO C)Investigate and compare legal frameworks and global guidelines for digital health applications in Australia with insights into social equityprinciples and diversitySLO d)Investigate the effectiveness of a digital health intervention


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