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A personal narrative on the student’s examination of their own health behaviours, addressing their professional responsibility to maintain their personal wellbeing in order to meet people’s needs for mental and physical care

ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS

Parent Programme Name

BSc Adult Nursing

Module Title

Promoting Health in Practice

Module Code

MNAHT1PHP

Module Start Date / Cohort

S19

Module Level

4

Assessment Type(s)

Written assignment

Word Length / Duration

4000

% contribution to module mark

100%

Assessment Feedback

Feedback will be available electronically to students via Turnitin and through Gradebook.

Detailed Assessment Guidance

This module will be assessed by submission of a written portfolio (one document) containing three distinct elements (100% of module, 100% of grade):

  1. A personal narrative on the student’s examination of their own health behaviours, addressing their professional responsibility to maintain their personal wellbeing in order to meet people’s needs for mental and physical care (LO1) (2000 words).
  2. A report-style critique of a chosen model of health promotion, including comparison of the theoretical perspective with delivery of health promotion as observed by the student in practice (LO2) (1000 words).
  3. An exploration of one end of life care need (LO3) (1000 words).

Students should adhere to the following submission expectations for the reports, as indicated in the Programme Handbook:

  • All work should be word processed
  • A plain typeface such as Times New Roman should be used in 12pt
  • Line spacing should be 1.5
  • Do not indent paragraphs
  • Provide additional spacing between each paragraph (6pt before and after)
  • Write as directed in 1st or 3rd person
  • Reference section presented alphabetically in accordance with the Harvard style

Draft feedback:

  • Please see module timetable for draft feedback tutorials and cut-off date.

Final submission:

  • The portfolio must be submitted as one document to the Turnitin ‘Final submission – Assessment 1’ bucket in the PHIP Blackboard.
  • There is no requirement for a hard-copy submission for this assignment; it will be marked electronically via Turnitin.
  • Electronic assignments must be submitted by 2pm on the submission date. Late submissions will occur a penalty as described in the Programme Handbook.

Guidance on assignment structure, style and content will be given during the module delivery.

Contact for Queries

Any queries regarding the assignment should be made to the group tutor, or to the module lead sonia.price@canterbury.ac.uk

Referencing

Referencing for this assignment should follow the Harvard referencing system, guidance for which is available here:

CCCU Referencing.   

Marking Criteria Please see the marking criteria below


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