Assessment Task 2: Case Study

Assessment Task 2: Case Study
Students will complete a case study which discusses the provision and coordination of person-centred care linked to a real person they have cared for whilst on clinical placement.. This person at the centre of care should be select with the assistance of clinical staff and/or guidance of your clinical facilitator. For presentation instructions consult the ACU academic study guide (link)
Case study instructions
? Utilise the Clinical Reasoning Cycle (Levett-Jones, 2013) (a clinical decision making framework) to plan and evaluate person-centred care
? Considering the person’s situation, collect, process and present related health information
? Identify and prioritise at least three (3) nursing problems/issues based on the health assessment data that you have identified for the person at the centre of care.
? Establish goals for priority of nursing care as related to the nursing problem/issues identified
? Discuss the nursing care of the person; link it to assessment data and history.
? Evaluate your nursing care strategies to justify the nursing care provided
? Reflect on the person’s outcomes
Criterion High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Unsatisfactory
Sequencing
5%
The content in the case
study matches the outline
presented in the
introductory paragraph.
Paragraphs are organised,
and there is a logical
progression of ideas so
that content flows from one
paragraph to the next. The
case study ends with a
rational conclusion.
The content in the case
study matches the outline
presented in the
introductory paragraph.
Paragraphs are organised
in a logical manner so that
content flows from one
paragraph to the next, and
the case study ends with a
rational conclusion.
The content in the case
study matches the outline
presented in the
introductory paragraph.
Most paragraphs are
organised in a logical
manner so that content
flows from one paragraph
to the next, and the case
study ends with a rational
conclusion.
The content in the case
study mostly matches the
outline presented in the
introductory paragraph.
Most paragraphs are
organised in a logical
manner, and the case
study ends with a rational
conclusion.
There is a no clear
introduction, or
rational conclusion.
Content within the
body and within
paragraphs is not
always logically
sequenced.
Content
50%
Comprehensively defines
and discusses the
provision of ethical, legal,
evidence-based, holistic
person centred care,
including the establishment
of realistic and relevant
goals.
Includes relevant
discussion on the
collection, processing and
presentation of
client/patient information
Clearly identifies and
prioritises nursing issues/
problems.
Defines and discusses the
provision of ethical, legal,
evidence-based, holistic
person centred care,
including the
establishment of realistic
and relevant goals
Includes discussion of the
collection, processing and
presentation of
client/patient
Clearly identifies and
prioritises nursing issues/
problems.
Describes the provision of
ethical, legal, evidencebased,
holistic person
centred care, including the
establishment of relevant
goals
Includes the collection,
processing and
presentation of
client/patient information
Identifies and prioritises
nursing issues/ problems.
Describes the provision of
ethical, legal, evidencebased,
holistic person
centred care, but does not
provide clear rationale for
choices or the
establishment of relevant
goals
Discusses the collection,
processing and
presentation of
client/patient information
and outlines nursing
issues/problems
No evidence of the
consideration or
provision of ethical,
legal, evidencebased,
holistic
person centred
care,
No issues/problems
identified.
Critical
thinking,
reasoning and
evaluation of
evidence
30%
There is evidence of both
depth and breadth of
reading. A considered
argument related to
nursing care and
issues/problems is
presented, and is
supported by adequate and
appropriate evidence.
There is evidence of both
depth and breadth of
reading. A considered
argument is presented,
and is supported by
adequate and appropriate
evidence.
There is evidence of both
depth and breadth of
reading. An argument is
presented, and is
supported by adequate
and appropriate evidence.
An argument is presented,
and is supported by
adequate and appropriate
evidence.
An argument is
presented, and is
supported by
minimal evidence.
Marker:
Comments:
Paragraph, structure / intelligibility 5%
The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is organised appropriately within the paragraph. Each paragraph relates to a discrete idea. There are clear linking sentences that link each paragraph to the next.
The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is organised appropriately within the paragraph. Each paragraph relates to a discrete idea. There are clear linking sentences that link most paragraphs to the next.
The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. There are clear linking sentences that link most paragraphs to the next.
The writing is organised into paragraphs, and the information is mostly organised appropriately within the paragraph. Most paragraphs relates to a discrete idea. The paragraphs mostly link to one another.
There is evidence of paragraphs, however paragraph structure is disorganised, with no clear ideas, and no links. Sources & Referencing 10%
Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style in all instances. A range of in-text citations has been used.
Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. A range of in-text citations has been used.
Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. There is limited use of a range of in-text citation formats.
Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions. There is no variation of in-text citation format.
Not all references are credible and/or relevant. Many inaccuracies with the APA referencing style.