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chronic health condition

Choose a chronic health condition or a type of cancer of interest to you (Prostate Cancer) and discuss the self-management of this condition for the person living with this condition.
• Provide a nursing care plan for this person considering the physical, psychological, social, cultural, spiritual and environmental aspects of care.
• Consider the legal and ethical issues related to management of this condition.
“For this part you need to identify key legal and ethical issues in the management of the disease you are discussing. If you cannot find anything specific to that disease/condition you can relate the issue back to the chosen topic. To start with- outline legal issues and ethical issues- you would have done some work on what these key principles. As an example- if you were discussing dementia the legal issue of consent is an important consideration- how can a person with advanced dementia consent to care/treatment- this will highlight the importance of things such as ACP for instance. Ethical issues in relation to this might surround for instance artifical fluid and nutrition. These are just a quick couple of examples of some issues you may come across.”
• Describe the interprofessional team members and the roles of those involved in the management of the person with this chronic condition.
Structure and presentation
This assignment is a piece of academic writing and needs to be structured as such, with an introduction, conclusion and sub-headings as needed.
“Rationale is at the beginning of your assignment following your introductory paragraph. This section is out of 10 so this should be fairly brief, an outline of disease including why this is relevant (your rationale supported by reference to the literature).”
You are expected to substantiate your ideas and discussion using relevant peer reviewed academic Resources BETWEEN 2009 AND 2014 and follow the marking criteria below.
Marking Criteria Needs Improvement Adequate
Above Average Very good Outstanding Mark
Provides an outline of the Chronic disease/cancer of choice and provide rationale for this as topic of relevance.
Rationale is supported by evidence-based sources. (F- 0-4 marks)

No clear identification of the chronic disease/cancer; not supported by relevance;
No evidence to support relevance. (P- 5-6 marks)

Chronic disease/cancer identified, weak rationale provided, not supported by evidence/ or weak evidence provided. (C- 7 marks)

Good outline of chronic disease/cancer, rationale provided and supported with some evidence. (D- 8 marks)

Effective outline of chronic disease/cancer; rationale provided; good use of relevant evidence to support rationale. (HD-9-10 marks)

Outstanding overview of chronic disease/cancer; Strong rationale provided for relevance of chosen topic; supported by strong evidence.

 

/10
Critical discussion of the self-management strategies using a person centered approach
Wide use of recent evidenced based references to support discussion. (F- 0-9 marks)

Little or no discussion on self management;
Not supported by evidence. (P- 10-13 marks)

Minimal discussion on self-management strategies; person centeredness not discussed; supported by minimal evidence. (C- 14-15 marks)

Good discussion of self-management strategies- developing critical analysis; Good discussion on person centered approach to care; supported by a range of evidence based resources. (D- 16-17 marks)

Thorough critical discussion on self management strategies,
Thorough discussion on person centered approach to care; effective use of a wide range of evidence to support discussion. (HD-18-20 marks)

Outstanding critical discussion on self-management strategies of chosen disease, using a person-centred approach. Excellent use of evidence to support discussion using a wide range of high quality resources.

 

 

 

/20
Provides a nursing care plan considering psychological, social, cultural, spiritual and environmental aspects of care. (F- 0-14 marks)

No clear nursing care plan provided or key components on care plan omitted; (P- 15- 18 marks)

Some evidence of nursing care plan provided that includes some of the key components (C- 19-22 marks)

Good nursing plan provided that considers many of the key components of care. (D- 23-25 marks)

Comprehensive nursing care plan that considers all components of holistic care; Evidence of critical analysis and synthesis. (HD- 26-30 marks)

Outstanding holistic nursing care plan provided; strong evidence of critical analysis and synthesis.

 

/30
Ethical and Legal considerations in the management of this disease discussed.

Wide use of recent evidence based references to support discussion. (F- 0-9 marks)

No clear discussion on key ethical and legal issues;
Not supported by evidence. (P- 10-13 marks)

Some discussion on some of the key ethical and/or legal issues; supported by minimal evidence. (C- 14-15 marks)

Good discussion on most of the key ethical and legal issues; supported by some evidenced based resources. (D- 16-17 marks)

Comprehensive discussion of ethical and legal issues; effective use of a wide range of evidence to support discussion. (HD- 18-20 marks)

Outstanding and very thorough critical discussion of ethical and legal issues. Excellent use of evidence to support discussion using a wide range of high quality resources; excellent analysis and synthesis of literature.

 

 

 

/20
Critical discussion of inter-professional team members involved in the care of the person with chosen chronic disease/cancer.

Wide use of recent evidence based references to support discussion. (F- 0-9 marks)

No clear discussion of inter-professional members or does not identify roles of team members;
Not supported by evidence. (P- 10-13 marks)

Some discussion of inter-professional members including roles; supported by minimal evidence. (C- 14-15 marks)

Good discussion on inter-professional team members, including roles and responsibilities; supported by some evidenced based resources. (D- 16-17 marks)

Comprehensive discussion of inter-professional team work, including critical discussion of team members roles and responsibilities; effective use of a wide range of evidence to support discussion. (HD- 18-20 marks)

Outstanding critical discussion of inter-professional team involvement in the management of chosen disease. Extensive use of evidence based resources used to support discussion; excellent analysis and synthesis of literature.

 

/20
Academic Writing: correct assessment structure ie correct sentence and paragraphs, editing.

Referencing: Adheres to APA referencing style

Adheres to required word limit (+/-10%). (- 9-10 marks)

Major problems with academic writing; Major errors in APA referencing- possible Plagiarism/
Academic Misconduct referral;
Does not adhere to word limit. (- 7-8marks)

Several, or recurring errors in academic writing; Several errors in APA referencing in text and in reference list;
Does not adhere to word limit. (- 4-6marks)

Moderate level of errors in academic writing; Inconsistent use of APA referencing in text and/or in reference list; Does not adhere to word limit. (- 1-3marks)

Occasional problems with academic writing; Occasional errors in APA referencing in text or in reference list. (- 0 marks)

Mainly error free or no errors in referencing in text and in reference list; within 10%+/- word limit ( – up to 10 marks)
Total Mark
/100
Final Mark
/40

 

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