Unit:F/616/9383:Understand safeguarding and protection in adult care settings Understand the impact of current legislation for the safeguarding of adults at risk of abuse and neglect,Actions-The candidate must ,1 ,State the current legislative framework that underpins the safeguarding of vulnerable adults, 2,Explain how current national guidelines and local policies and procedures for safeguarding affect your day to day work, 3 ,Describe own responsibilities relating to the current legislative framework with regard to safeguarding, Understand how to respond to suspected or alleged abuse, 1 ,Signs and symptoms associated with abuse, 2,Actions to take if there are suspicions that an individual is being abused, 3,Describe actions to take if an individual alleges that they are being abused, 4 ,Explain how to raise concerns when suspected abuse has been reported but procedure does not appear to have been followed(including’whistle blowing’), Understand how to participate in inter-agency,joint or integrated working in order to protect vulnerable adults, 1 Describe agreed protocols for working in partnership with other organisations, 2 Explain own role in partnership working, Understand how to support others in safeguarding how to support others to raise concerns. 2. Explain how to support others during the safeguarding process. ICQ Qualification Specification,00045003,Created 26 Nov 2021,Page 1/1
Australian Writer please! Assessment 1: Recognising leadership Select an example of an effective leader from a movie, book, popular culture, or modern history and analyse what contributed or contributes to their effectiveness using one or more of the leadership theories we have reviewed as part of this subject. Type: Essay Length: 750 words Criteria: 60% Provides a clear and succinct analysis of the leadership capabilities of the person chosen discussed in relation to leadership theory (that is you can describe the leadership theory or theories and how they relate to the leadership capabilities of your chosen leader) 30% Validates their choice of leader through correct interpretation of relevant and current literature (meaning that your argument is supported by your reading, ie you show us why you know what you know by indicating the sources of your information) 10% Produces correct grammar, spelling, formatting, style and reference list Intent Focuses on your current understanding of effective leadership. Most people have conscious, or implicit views about what ‘makes’ a great leader. In this assessment, we ask you to begin to reflect on your views, by identifying and critically examining what effective leadership means in relation to the leadership theories and examples we explore in this subject. Objective This assessment task addresses • A. Review and evaluate leadership theories and practices relevant to health and social care • D. Review leadership theories, models and approaches, and consider the issues associated with their application in health and social care contexts • Are reflective critical thinkers who examine and contribute to practice, policy and research to achieve clinical excellence and enhance health outcomes • Are visionary, innovative and responsive leaders
PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION AND READ ALL THE MODULES AND ANSWER THE QUESTION AND CASE STUDY AND WRITE A GOOD CASE STUDY THANKS Case study Louise is 60 years old and lives alone. Her husband, Tony, died suddenly two years ago from a heart attack. Prior to Tony’s death, Louise had been responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of the family home, doing the books for Tony’s accountancy practice and caring for their only grandchild, 4 year old Max, two afternoons per week. Since Tony’s death, Louise has had to down-size to a single bedroom unit as she was unable to service the home loan repayments. Max now goes to preschool five afternoons per week and Louise has recently been told by her daughter, Sally, that she and Max may be moving interstate in the New Year due to her husband’s job promotion. While Sally has assured Louise that she will be ‘welcome to visit anytime’, Louise does not see eye-to-eye with Sally’s husband and fears that he may make these visits ‘difficult’ for her. Louise’s other child, Barney, lives overseas with his partner, Steven. Louise and Barney have not spoken for ten years as Tony had ‘forbidden’ her from doing so when he first learnt of Barney’s relationship with Steven. While Louise would desperately love to make contact with her son, she has not done so ‘out of respect for Tony’s memory.’ Now that her daughter and grandchild may be moving away too, Louise is feeling ‘torn’ about the current situation with Barney, and has sought counselling in the hope that the counsellor will ‘tell her what she should do.’ Part A (20 marks): Describe the case study presented above from a loss and grief perspective. For example, what kind of losses does it contain? What socio-cultural and familial factors might be influencing Louise’s experience? What is her support network like? How might these factors impact upon her grieving process? Use references to support your reflections. Part B (20 marks): Choose ONE of the approaches to grief counselling referred to in Module 5. How would this counselling approach assist Louise to explore her loss experiences and enable a decision to be made in relation to contacting Barney? Please substantiate your response with examples from the case study. Part C (10 marks): What ethical issues might this case raise for you in particular, if you were supporting Louise? Describe how you would minimise any negative effects that these ethical issues might have upon your relationship with Louise and your capacity to support her. Structure and style Use Times New Roman at font size 12-point. Double-space your assignment to allow room for markers to make comment as per APA referencing style guide. You need to include a title page. This should contain: your name, student number, unit title/number, assessment number/name, due date, unit coordinator, and your actual word count. Please do NOT decorate the page (. graphics, photographs). This page is not included in your word count. Please begin your response to the assessment task on a separate page to the title page. Your assignment must include an introduction and conclusion. The introduction should provide your assessor with a preview of the key areas that will be covered in your paper and the main point/s you will be arguing. The body of the paper must follow the structure you put forward in your introduction. Each area of analysis you have outlined needs to be well supported by the literature (Please make sure you use only reputable sources for this – see Referencing section below). Each area of analysis should speak to strengths and weaknesses of your point to demonstrate critical thinking. The purpose of your conclusion is to bring together the main points you have argued. The conclusion needs to be brief and generally no new information is introduced. For assignments that require a higher degree of self-reflection, the conclusion can also include key personal learning. You must write a clear and well-constructed response, either in essay format or with subheadings as you need them eg, Part 1 or Question 1. Do not include the question in the subheading as this will effect both your word count and Turnitin score (See Submission section below). The use of dot points in assignments are only allowed following APA guidelines. Included in your word count are In-text references and any tables or figures (if requested by the unit coordinator in assignment question). A 10% + or – leeway is provided in relation to the final actual word count. If you exceed the 10% leeway, as per School of Health policy, the marker will discontinue reading. Your work will then be graded on, and be reflective of, the content you have provided within the designated word count. Make sure you clearly understand the difference between “objective” and “subjective” arguments. Academic arguments need to be objective, this means your assignment is based on contemporary, peer-reviewed, sources (published within the past 10 years, unless the work is by a seminal author) and not your own opinion. You must write in a critical manner than responds to the essence of the question, rather than a descriptive manner. Good critical analysis will go beyond identifying what you are being asked to identify. It demonstrates a capacity to analyse the potential impact of what you identify (drawing on literature), it accounts for multiple perspectives and demonstrates a capacity to question your own assumptions. Academic papers are required to be written in 3rd person and reflective papers must be written in first person. Both are academic styles of writing, the key difference between them is that in reflective papers the author is the subject being critically analysed. When you are asked to reflect on your own process, the relevant section will always be in first person and must demonstrate substantiated critical reflection. This means that on such occasions your response should include your own perspective but this perspective must be linked to theory. We strongly encourage you to use the Studiosity service for editing and feedback prior to submitting your work. Referencing You must reference every point you make in your assignment to acknowledge your source. To achieve more than a pass grade it is expected that you will have utilised peer reviewed (journal articles, text books) contemporary references or Government reports in addition to those provided to you in Moodle. Blogs, websites or other unqualified sources of information are not acceptable for academic work. The content of the unit that is provided in Moodle is not in and of itself an appropriate source for referencing. The unit does however provide links and references to sources that are appropriate. If you wish to reference this material, you must go the original source. You can obtain an APA referencing style guide here. You may also find this quick reference guide for the three most common types of sources you will be citing, helpful. Please print this off and keep a copy to refer to while you are researching and writing. Include a correct and complete reference list at the end of your paper – only include the references you have cited in your assignment. Reference list is not included in the word count.
Assessment is by means of a 3,000-word essay divided into two equally weighted (50% each) sections – Sections A and Section B – of 1,500 words each. The assessment will assess your understanding of epidemiological principles and terminology, and your ability to apply these to interpret and critically appraise quantitative health research. Section A will be a critical appraisal worksheet on a research paper and Section B will be the design of an epidemiology study to address an important public or environmental health problem PLEASE NOTE SECTION A QUESTION WAS CHANGED SECTION A: (50% of the marks; 1,500 words maximum) Critically appraise the seen paper on a systematic review with meta-analysis. The paper will be released on 15th November 2021. Answer each numbered question with a ‘yes’, ‘no’, or ‘can’t tell’, but please note that marks are only awarded for explanations and arguments sustaining your summary answer, not for the answer itself. Did the review address a clearly focused question? HINT: An issue can be ‘focused’ in terms of the population studied, the intervention given or the outcome considered. 4 marks Did the authors look for the right type of papers? HINT: ‘The best sort of studies’ would address the review’s question and have an appropriate study design. 4 marks Do you think all the important, relevant studies were included? HINT: Look for which bibliographic databases were used, follow up from reference lists, personal contact with experts, unpublished as well as published studies, non-English language studies. 5 marks Did the review’s authors do enough to assess quality of the included studies? HINT: The authors need to consider the rigour of the studies they have identified. Lack of rigour may affect the studies’ results. 5 marks Have the study results been properly quantitatively combined in a meta-analysis? HINT: Consider whether results were similar from study to study, results of all the included studies are clearly displayed, results of different studies are similar, reasons for any variations in results are discussed. 4 marks What are the overall results of the review? Are they clearly stated or illustrated and are relevant results included? How precise are the results? HINT: Consider if you are clear about the review’s ‘bottom line’ results, what these are (numerically if appropriate), how were the results expressed (relative risk, odds ratio, etc). Look at the confidence intervals, if given. 10 marks Can the results be applied to your local population? HINT: State your local population (., Bristol, New Delhi, Yaoundé, etc). Consider whether the participants covered by the review could be sufficiently different to your population to cause concern and whether your local setting is likely to differ much from that of the review. 3 marks Were all important outcomes included in the analysis? HINT: Consider whether there is other information you would like to have seen 5 marks Are the authors’ conclusions justified by the results presented? HINT: Consider whether the authors’ conclusions are appropriately informed by the results they have presented. 6 marks Should practice or policy change because of this study? HINT: Consider how convinced you are about the validity of the results of the review in informing practice or policy. 4 marks General advice for completing Section A. Read the questions very carefully and stick to the brief. ., do not use other guidelines. Number your answer by the question number. It is permissible to discuss the paper beforehand in groups but be aware that errors in interpretation or approach can be magnified by this approach. Read and understand the paper (you may need to read it several times) – this is critical. Do not be overly critical – take a balanced view. Remember the objective is to determine what you can trust. One method is to read the paper as though it was written by a dear friend, and then again, as though it was written by someone you really do not like at all. Avoid any tendency to pick on a shortcoming or weakness and flog it to death. You must objectively examine each shortcoming and consider what effect it has on the results or their interpretation. Remember, you are appraising the research presented through the medium of the paper. If you cannot tell what the researchers have done, state this and examine the possible implications for the trustworthiness of the authors’ results and conclusions. But be sure they have not told you somewhere in the paper. The implications you provide on the quality and interpretation of the research are judgement-based. These implications will be critically appraised by the marker of your script and marks awarded only where there are cogent arguments to support them. Always provide evidence for your comments. If the subjects were not randomly selected, for example, explain why; do not just state that they were not. Rigorously avoid…” the authors should have done this” sort of comments. You are not being asked to do the study yourself – that is another task. Section B: (50% of the marks; 1,500 words maximum) Use the Population Intervention/ Exposure Comparison Outcome (PICO) framework to frame a research question relating to an important public or environmental health issue. Choose a study design from those studied in this module (cross-sectional, ecological, case-control, cohort, randomized controlled trial or cluster randomized controlled trial) that could be used to answer this question and write a draft research proposal. You will be awarded a maximum of 3 marks for a good structure and style of your proposal (title, formatting, spelling, grammar and coherence in presentation). The headings you should include in your proposal are: Research question. HINT: State your research question using PICO. 4 marks Why is this an important question for public or environmental health? HINT: Reference relevant literature to support the importance of your research question and provide a reference list at the end of the document. The reference list is not part of the word count. 6 marks Why is this an appropriate study design to answer your research question? HINT: Ensure discussions here are related to the context of your study or research. 7 marks How would you select participants for your study? HINT: Think about how you would select and approach the participants to take part in your study. 5 marks What are your exposure and outcome measures? How would you collect data on these measures? HINT: The exposure could be an intervention (in an RCT). Outcome refers to the health outcome of interest. 15 marks Discuss the strengths and limitations of your approach. HINT: Consider issues around bias, chance and confounding and other practical issues if relevant. 10 marks General advice for completing Section B. Your proposed research should be realistic and pragmatic. It should be able to be carried out within a 10-month period. This a draft proposal and will not include all elements of a full proposal such as statistical data analysis method, etc. Including elements outside the suggested headings will not be marked. Remember that this is a research yet to be carried out and therefore needs to be written in future tense. Essay submissions will be subjected to checks for collusions and plagiarized material. Ensure you use Harvard referencing not Vancouver, ., references in the text should be in (author surname, date) style where relevant and the references list should be alphabetical; references should not be numbered FEEDBACK FROM THE LAST PAPER SUBMITTED Section A ( Q1 – the study was not focused in terms of population, exposure or outcome Q2 – what types of studies did they include and were they appropriate study designs? Q3 – you did not describe the search strategy NB 12 is enough studies for a systematic review Q4 – your answer describes how studies were selected rather than quality assessed (using the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale) Q5 – answer demonstrates a lack of understanding, the studies were not similar, there was heterogeneity Q6 – you mention the forest plot, but the odds ratio you present is incorrect Q7 – what is your local population, and what countries were the review studies carried out in? Q8 – you mention an important outcome but what is the implication for the results? Q9 – you do not state the authors conclusions or the evidence it was based on Q10 – you suggest that a primary study would produce stronger evidence than a systematic review, this is not correct Section B (24/50) Your research question is ambitious, and the PICO elements are not clearly defined. The rationale needs to be more clearly written, with reference to more peer-reviewed literature. In terms of participants, it would be useful to give the cut-off of BMI that you would use to define obesity. An appropriate study design is selected, but this needs to be justified. Some ideas about recruitment are given, although an outpatient clinic for obese children would be the most obvious approach. You state the exposure (change in diet and exercise) but this is not elaborated on. The outcome is stated as ‘to lose weight and live healthy lives’. The outcome measure is given as weight, why not BMI? How will you measure ‘healthy lives’? You should also not assume that the intervention with have the desired effect. You present some strengths and limitations.
Note: the tittle and refrences pages will not be included in the 11 pages identified above Case study work The student will be required to: 3000-word case study of an individual with an affective disorder. ( Please choose either Bipolar or Depression (affective) mark is 40% Description of assessment • Write a case study that identifies an individual whom they have cared for in practice with an organic or affective disorder and provides a brief rationale for their choice. • Identify the signs, symptoms and causes of affective or organic disorders in relation to the individual identified. • Draw on clinical and theoretical research evidence to discuss nursing assessment (& Risk) and evaluation of person-centred, recovery-oriented, nursing interventions which address the individual’s biological, psychological and social needs. • Discuss the role of the mental health nurse in the context of working in partnership across family, organisational, ethical, legal, cultural and professional boundaries. please note: this evidence base writing 1. After a brief introduction about what the author intends to write, then take into consideration: Data protection and consent. 2. Write a case study around the chosen problem ( bipolar or depression) with the requirements stated above. Then discuss the chosen problem ( bipolar or depression) 3. then follow the other requirements attached bellowan
In your assignment for this module you will learn to use an online communication platform that has wide application within health promotion professional practice. You will develop a fully operational website that presents and critically analyses an intervention or approach that has agency within health promotion. The selected intervention/approach must be evidence-based and developed from your own research on health promotion theory, research and policy literature. You will also complete a 10-minute pre-recorded video presentation explaining your work in relation to a set of defined questions. To develop your website you must use Weebly for Education software available at www.education.weebly.com. The website must present a health promotion intervention or approach based on an issue or topic of your choice, aimed at aiding professionals understand health promotion practice and make their own work more effective. The website must clearly describe and explain the intervention/approach and topic/issue, linked to reliable sources of evidence. The website should include subsections where the evidence for the intervention/approach is critically analysed, drawing upon source literature. The assignment for this module therefore includes two elements: 1. A web-based health promotion resource (website) using Weebly for Education. 2. A 10-minute pre-recorded presentation answering specific questions. The website (element 1) will receive 70% of the marks and the presentation (element 2) will receive 30% of the marks. You are expected to showcase various aspects of your learning throughout the module in your work; the assignment assesses all of the module’s Learning Outcomes. The overall word length is 1600 words (+/-20%). Your list of references and links are excluded from this word count. link to create website username: ofadeyi822 uwefadeyi2021 example om/
"According to the case study, the farmers do not view skin cancer as a threat. They did not see themselves as vulnerable to solar radiation and skin cancer concepts. Most of them do not cover their heads, and those that use sunscreen to prevent themselves from skin cancer are mocked (Hayden, 2019). “ Compare this study that focuses on the same target population and health issues. Explain similarities and differences in their findings. Support your arguments with academic sources.
This is a journal assignment. Healthy People 2020 organizes the determinants of health around five key domains: economic stability, education, health and healthcare, neighborhood and built environment, and social and community context. Think about these domains as they apply to your own life. For each domain, reflect upon how your health has been impacted by your access to each one. For example, what is your social and community context like, and how has this context impacted your health? Lookup Social and Community Context. For the most part, I try to live a healthy lifestyle. After growing up in Southern Louisiana and being exposed to unhealthy living, I eventually moved to Houston,TX which help me to expand my knowledge to living a healthy lifestyle. Over the years I have worked for Whole Foods Market and Sprouts Farmers Market which taught me about holistic remedies, healthier food options, and herbal supplements. Combined with the education in Healthcare this definitely helped me to learn and understand how important it is to break bad eating habits I occurred when growing up. This is improving my chances of not developing deadly health conditions as my family members did. This is just a little background to give you insight into this journal assignment. This assignment does not require a title pg, header, nor page numbers. Please follow the rubric provided.
the essay is a 2 part 1. 3500-word essay and part b are 700 commentarywhich would be used to justify the methodology. also please go through the attached document that has theme and question that what would be used to generate the interview answers.
answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) pages in length; refer to the “Assignment Format” page for specific format requirements. Respond to the items below. Part A Consider the lifespan development process and describe the following changes in the INFANT from content in your text and outside, credible sources. In your response, use resources in the last three years that support recent scientific findings, citing at least one specific example of a new discovery in each of the following areas: 1. Physical changes 2. Cognitive changes 3. Nutritional needs/changes 4. Sensory changes Part B Provide an explanation of the nature/nurture controversy as it pertains to each of the following. When providing your response, use at least two (2) evidence-based research resources from the last three years that support recent scientific findings, citing at least one specific example of a new discovery in each of the following areas: Prenatal Development Labor and Birth Birth Complications Development of the Competent Newborn