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LO1: Discuss how key health and social factors combine to result in complex health and care needs

Assessment Brief 2020/21

Module Title:

Assessing and Addressing Complexity

Code:

66-507191

Level:

5

Module Leader/ Assessment set by:

Jane Foggin

[email protected]

Rachel McManus

[email protected]

Assessment title:

A Critical Reflection 40%

An Online Poster 60%

Mode of submission:

Task 1: A 1500-word critical reflection

Submission to Blackboard

 

Task 2: An online poster

 

NB: Your work should be referenced using the APA referencing, 6th Edition. Guidance on how to do this is available on the library gateway: https://libguides.shu.ac.uk/referencing

 

 

Task details and instructions:

This module consists of two assessed tasks:

Task 1: A 1500-word critical reflection (40% of the overall module mark):

  • LO3: Using real life case studies, appraise how your own behaviour, values, beliefs, professional practice, and approach to decision making, enables the development of an integrated, person-centred approach
  • LO4: Evaluate how your professional knowledge and skills can complement those of other professions to provide person-centred, integrated care.

Interprofessional Capability Framework (ICF)

Use the Interprofessional Capability Framework (ICF) to assess and identify your current level of capability as an effective collaborative practitioner.

Choose at least one capability from each domain and provide evidence to demonstrate how you have met this capability.

Identify and discuss your strengths and areas for development and critically reflect upon your learning using real life case studies and examples from your practice to critically reflect upon and evaluate your values, beliefs, knowledge, practice, and decision-making processes.

 Consider how you will apply this knowledge within an integrated environment when working with people with complex health and social care needs and discuss your capacity to support the provision of person centred, integrated care.

NB: You will be expected to use evidence, theory, and research to support your work and to adopt a clearly identified reflective model such as Gibbs.

 

Task 2: An online poster (60%of the overall module mark)

Submission to Blackboard

  • LO1: Discuss how key health and social factors combine to result in complex health and care needs  
  • LO2: Compare and contrast your professional knowledge, skills and evaluation of assessment and treatment planning for people with complex health and care needs, to those of other professions

 

To successfully complete this assessment task, you will be required to work collaboratively in your pre-assigned seminar groups.

You will be required to produce evidence of your collaboration through participation in online forums such as PebblePad, Padlet, Google Communities, Zoom etc.

Using your given case study as a collaborative team you will identify and discuss how key health and social factors have combined to result in complex health and care needs. You should compare and contrast your professional skills, knowledge and perspectives and discuss how you would work together collaboratively in order to develop a coordinated and integrated, person-centred plan for the person in your case study.

This collaborative team work will form the basis of your individual poster. You will be asked to prepare a poster based on your given case study.

Your poster should incorporate two key elements.

Element One

In the first element you should focus on the key health and social factors as identified through your team work

Element Two

The second element should demonstrate how you would work collaboratively to develop a coordinated and integrated person-centred plan.

To prepare your poster you can use PowerPoint or an online poster graphic design platform such as Canva or Piktochart.

NB: You should use a maximum of two slides/pages

https://www.canva.com/

https://piktochart.com/

Module

learning outcomes:

On successful completion of this assessment, you will be able to:

LO1: Discuss how key health and social factors combine to result in complex health and care needs  

LO2: Compare and contrast your professional knowledge, skills and evaluation of assessment and treatment planning for people with complex health and care needs, to those of other professions

LO3: Using real life case studies, appraise how your own behaviour, values, beliefs, professional practice, and approach to decision making, enables the development of an integrated, person-centred approach

LO4: Evaluate how your professional knowledge and skills can complement those of other professions to provide person-centred, integrated care.

Guidance linked to grid

Marks for your assessment for both tasks will be allocated based on the following criteria

Subject Knowledge and Understanding 25% of mark

To complete this element successfully you will need to demonstrate a high level of subject knowledge based on evidence of reading well beyond core texts. You will need to draw on a range of literature legislation, theory, policy, and evidence-based research. You will need to demonstrate your ability to critically reflect upon and analyse your own practice, experiences and learning and you will need to demonstrate your ability to explore the benefits and challenges of effective collaborative practice

Intellectual Skills: including understanding, judgement, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis – 25% of mark

To complete this element successfully you will need to demonstrate evidence of cumulative and integrated knowledge and development and of your ability to debate, evaluate, and analyse knowledge, learning and information. To evidence this you could, for example, critique and analyse a theory or piece of research and offer a discussion of its benefits and limitations linked to your own knowledge and professional development

Subject specific skills and application to practice 25% of mark

To complete this element successfully you will need to apply a range of effective responses demonstrating innovation and considerable insight/reflection. To do this you may, for example, draw upon your experiences, and hypotheses in relation to your profession within a collaborative approach.

Transferable skills: including communication, presentation and organisation, dissemination – 25% of mark

To complete this element successfully you will need to….

  • Demonstrate your ability to critically reflect upon analyse and appraise your practice, knowledge, skills, and experiences
  • Demonstrate evidence of your team working and collaborative skills,
  • Demonstrate your ability to cooperate and communicate effectively within an integrated team
  • Provide evidence of key skills and qualities required for managing potential conflict arising from team dynamics
  • Demonstrate good time management and organisation skills.

 

Weighting within module:

The critical reflection is worth 40% of the overall module mark

The poster is worth 60% of the overall module mark

Word count/ duration (if applicable)

Critical Reflection

The word count for the critical reflection is 1500 words.  If you exceed the word count by more than 10% a reduction of 10% of the overall mark will be applied. 

Poster

For your poster you are limited to a maximum of 2 slides or 2 pages depending on the format you choose.

Please refer to the assessment support PowerPoint presentation on the module site for further guidance and an example of how you might develop your poster.  

Formative Feedback

To support your completion of the assessment process you are offered the opportunity to seek formative feedback from your tutorial facilitator as outlined in your module blackboard site.

Feedback arrangements:

You can expect to receive feedback and a marking sheet within 15 working days after the assessment submission deadline. All marks and feedback are internally moderated, and a sample is seen by the external examiner.

Support arrangements:

The module site has a range of assessment support guidance and resources including a Padlet where you can post questions about the assessment tasks and audio recorded power point presentations covering both assessment tasks, reflective writing guidance and advice on how to use the ICF.

Assessment support is also available from the module leaders and from the teaching team in teaching sessions or via email or phone within office hours. You should seek support from your seminar tutors who you will have regular contact with through the webinars and google communities etc.

 If you feel you need extra support, then the module leader may arrange a one to one support session if time allows.

Library Services

There is a wealth of information and support available from the learning centre. Details of how they can support you are available here: https://library.shu.ac.uk/index.html.

Academic Misconduct

Academic misconduct is any action, attempted action or omission that may result in you gaining an unfair advantage over other students in an assessment, where there is evidence to demonstrate that your actions or behaviour arose from an intention to deceive the marker. It is a breach of the Code of Academic Conduct and as such will be investigated under the Academic Conduct Regulation. It is a serious matter and has the potential to result in a number of sanctions which could impact on your ability to progress academically. Further information on misconduct can be found by typing “Academic Misconduct” into the search tab in Blackboard.

Breaches of confidentiality and unethical practices

The University takes this very seriously and failure to follow confidentiality, anonymity, or follow research ethics protocols can result in a student having to go before an Academic Conduct Panel. You must not disclose the name of any patients/ service users, Trusts or other organisations, personnel or disclose any information that would mean an organisation, service or person can be identified.

Assessment Information

If you have any questions about assessment rules, you can be found by typing “Assessment Regulations” into the search tab in Blackboard.

Extensions and exceptional circumstances (RRAA)

If personal exceptional circumstances may have affected your ability to complete this assessment, you can apply for a 5 working day extension. Further information on how to do this can be found by tying “Extension” into the search tab in Blackboard.

Reassessment:

The minimum pass criteria to pass this module is 40% for each task

In Module retrieval (IMR) is available if you do not achieve 40%. You will be given an opportunity to use IMR with the benefit of your feedback within 10 days of the marks being released. Your mark will be capped at 40%

If you do not achieve the minimum pass criteria for the module of 40% either in your first attempt or in your IMR attempt, you are entitled to a referral at the end of the module. You will be given a submission date for resubmission, after the assessment board has ratified the mark. This will be a new assessment task

The maximum overall mark you can be awarded in a referred assessment task that you pass is 40%.  

Failure to achieve 40% on any of these attempts will mean you have failed this module and will need to retake this the following year. Please check with your tutor in cases this mark is eligible for ‘compensated pass’ status.

 


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