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Assignment 2: Exploration of Pathophysiology and Pharmacology Relating to a Case • The case study to be submitted by each student will be one of the four studied during the tutorial classes and will be randomly allocated to each student by their class tutor. • Paper to be constructed in a logical format displaying an understanding & application of knowledge learnt. • Please pay attention to the marking rubric and ensure your essay covers all areas. Assessment Preparation • Read the assignment question and the marking rubric carefully. • The marking rubric shows how marks are allocated. This helps to direct your efforts, word allocation & time. • We are looking for you to demonstrate that you understand the disease and its effects on the human body. • All cases are receiving pharmacological treatments and we are looking for you to demonstrate high level of knowledge and understanding about categories of medications that will be administered and why. • The use of headings is accepted and encouraged in this topic. Please set out your assignment clearly as it makes it much easier for tutors to read and assess your work accurately. Assessment Criteria Detailed explanation of the pathophysiology/pathogenesis of the illness/disease of the case patient Weighting 40% • Understanding of the pathophysiology and pharmacology presented in the case • Clear and succinct explanation of illness/disease pathogenesis with linkage to the related case Explanation of 2 signs/symptoms the case presented with & why they manifested as part of the illness/disease Weighting 30% • Accurate explanation of signs and/or symptoms • Explanations display a clear, succinct understanding of the signs/symptoms demonstrated by the case • Display a high level of linking of signs and/or symptoms to the specific case Critical Thinking and Rationale Weighting 20% • Clearly links pathophysiology, pharmacology context and theory together. • Provide clear rationales that support the links between pathophysiology, pharmacology context and theory together Writing Style Weighting 10% • Introduction, body of essay, conclusion, and referencing is clear and correctly formatted. • The essay flows well, it is easy to read and follow the sequence of ideas. • No or very few spelling or grammatical errors throughout the essay. It has been carefully proof-read Referencing • Referencing must be in line with the School’s referencing guidelines (Harvard referencing guide). • Reference lists will not count towards the word total – but ‘in-text’ citation is included in the word count. • References from consumer-based websites & Wikipedia WILL NOT be accepted, this includes but not limited to: o MyDR o Better Health Channel o Health Direct o WebMD • Minimum eight (8) credible references are EXPECTED to be used including a mix of textbooks, websites & evidence-based literature. - Jenny Coste Jenny’s father Henry is a second year student nurse. He tells you that he doesn’t understand the pathophysiology of Leukaemia and how it affects the haematopoietic system. Please explain to him the pathophysiology of Leukaemia and how it affects the haematopoietic system using the correct medical and nursing terminology.