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A creative exploration of personal and professional identity through the construction of a reflective and evidenced based commentary to accompany a poster

Assessment Brief

NU4003: 21st Century Nurse

Method of assessment: Portfolio

Task, choice 1: Create a portfolio sketchbook (not marked), poster (not marked) and digital commentary (marked). The poster must be submitted with the digital commentary.

Title: A creative exploration of personal and professional identity through the construction of a reflective and evidenced based commentary to accompany a poster

Weighting:100%

Timing: Introduced to students on: See Session Content and Outcomes

Written assignment submitted: By 12pm (unless otherwise stated) on the date stipulated on the Assessment Schedule

Resubmission period: By 12pm (unless otherwise stated) on the date stipulated on the Assessment schedule

Feedback: For 1st attempt assessments, feedback will normally be provided 20 working days after the point of submission.

For 2nd/3rd attempts (or deferred attempts), feedback will normally be provided 15 working days after the point of submission.

Grading: The assessment will be assessed against the marking criteria.

Format: The expected format of this assessment should be: verbal

Specific information on acceptable formats (and consequences of not adhering to these) can be found on Portal Information on font, style, spacing etc. is located on your Programme Page

Length: 12 minutes

Any included commentary which exceeds 12 minutes will not be marked.

Specific Guidelines:

Develop a portfolio sketchbook to explore a theme and your views. Examples for your portfolio sketchbook could be those experienced in the workplace, family, urban or rural communities, be contemporary, historical and consider political drivers.  From this develop your ideas into a poster accompanied with a digital commentary.

The digital commentary will relate to you, explore the contents of your poster and include:

●   An introduction

●   Recognition of your values, principles and assumptions 

●   How your values, principles and assumptions influence your decisions/actions.

●   How strategies for personal awareness develop your self-empowerment, lifelong learning
        and professional identity.

●   Ethical and legal frameworks underpinning professional standards and codes of practice. ●   Awareness of collaborative working and the multi-disciplinary team
●   Political drivers and the impact on the delivery of quality care.
●   Innovative types and sources of evidence to support your exploration
●   A conclusion summarising your key points

●   A reference list

●   Use the required APA referencing format

Further Information

Drafts

Please refer to the Faculty Drafts Policy, which can be found on your Programme Page.

Confidentiality

Please refer to the Guidelines Relating to the Maintenance of Confidentiality in Assignments, which can be found on your Programme Page.

Anonymous Marking

With reference to The Principles and Regulations, Appendix A, the Faculty of Health and Social Care will apply anonymous marking (AM) to all assessed work, where it is practicable to do so.

Word count

It is permissible to exceed the stated word limit by up to 10%, without penalty. Assignments which exceed these limits are liable to be penalised by the deduction of 5 marks per 1000 words excess (e.g. If a 1000 word assignment, 5 marks off for 1101-2000 words, 10 marks off for 2101-3100 words, and so on).

Please note that, in the Faculty of Health and Social Care, citations in text will be included in the word count for the assessment.

Mitigating Circumstances

Students wishing to seek an extension to submission, deferral of assessment, information on Late Work Penalties, or extension to registration, should visit:

https://portal1.chester.ac.uk/registryservices/Pages/student-mitigatingcircumstances.aspx

Assessment Brief

NU4003: 21st Century Nurse

Method of assessment: Portfolio

Task, choice 2: Create a portfolio sketchbook (not marked), poster (not marked)
and written exploration (marked). The poster must be submitted with the written exploration.

Title: A creative exploration of personal and professional identity through the construction of a reflective and evidenced based written exploration to accompany a poster

Weighting:     100%

Timing:           Introduced to students on:                  See Session Content and Outcomes

Written assignment submitted: By 12pm Midday (unless otherwise stated) on the date stipulated on the Session Content and Outcomes / Assessment Schedule

Resubmission period:  By 12pm Midday (unless otherwisestated) on the date stipulated on the

Assessment schedule

Grading: The assessment will be assessed against the marking criteria.

Length: 1500 words

It is permissible to exceed the stated word limit by up to 10%, without penalty. Assignments which exceed these limits are liable to be penalised by the deduction of 5 marks per 1000 words excess (e.g. If a 1000 word assignment, 5 marks off for 1101-2000 words, 10 marks off for 2101-3100 words, and so on).

Specific Guidelines:

Develop a portfolio sketchbook to explore a theme and your views. Examples for your portfolio sketchbook could be those experienced in the workplace, family, urban or rural communities, be contemporary, historical and consider political drivers.  From this develop your ideas into a poster accompanied with a reflective and evidenced based written exploration.

The written exploration will relate to you, explore the contents of your poster and include:

●   An introduction

●   Recognition of your values, principles and assumptions

●   How your values, principles and assumptions influence your decisions/actions.

●   How strategies for personal awareness develop your self-empowerment, lifelong learning
      and professional identity.

●   Ethical and legal frameworks underpinning professional standards and codes of practice. ●   Awareness of collaborative working and the multi-disciplinary team
●   Political drivers and the impact on the delivery of high-quality care.
●   Innovative types and sources of evidence to support your exploration
●   A conclusion summarising your key points

●   A reference list

●   Use the required APA referencing format.

Further Information

Guidelines for Assignment Submission:

Information on font, style, spacing etc. is located on your Programme Page. The expected format of assessment should be: Written

Specific information on acceptable formats (and consequences of not adhering to these) can be
found on Portal

Drafts:

Please refer to the Faculty Drafts Policy, which can be found on your Programme Page.

Confidentiality:

Please refer to the Guidelines Relating to the Maintenance of Confidentiality in Assignments, which can be found on your Programme Page.

Anonymous Marking:

With reference to The Principles and Regulations, Appendix A, the Faculty of Health and Social
Care will apply anonymous marking (AM) to all assessed work, where it is practicable to do so.

Word count:

Please note that, in the Faculty of Health and Social Care, citations in text will be included in the word count for the assessment.


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