You must choose a topic related to your off campus clinical experience (My placement was at the Operating Theatre department in a big Sydney tertiary hospital which contained 18 individual theatres in total). I worked along side with Anaesthetic nurses, S

Assessment Item: Practice Development Clinical Project (50%)

Word Length: No more than 2500 words

 

You must choose a topic related to your off campus clinical experience (My placement was at the Operating Theatre department in a big Sydney tertiary hospital which contained 18 individual theatres in total). I worked along side with Anaesthetic nurses, Scrub/scout nurses and recovery nurses for various types of surgical cases.

 

Your topic chosen must discuss each of the following 5 points and critically analyse the topic using evidence-based literature within the last 10 years:

 

  • A description of the topic presentation (Topic chosen: Accurately complete patients’ pre-op checklists before taking patients into their operating theatres – Anaesthetic nurse) and its clinical consequences (This point can be written in first person)

 

  • Biopsychosocial consequences that may arise in the clinical topic including the impact/s it may have on the patient and their family

 

  • Discuss the therapeutic relationship between nurses and patients/families in the context of care related to the topic

 

  • Discuss the cultural issues that may be associated with the topic

 

  • Depict the ethical legal and policy issues that may arise during the process of care for your specific topic.

 

 

 

Marking criteria:


 UnsatisfactorySatisfactoryMore than satisfactoryOutstanding
Identifies the case/topic and introduces the clinical consequencesThe case/topic is vaguely discussed or not identified. Minimal foundational knowledge evident and clinical consequences inadequately described.

 

The case/topic is identified and discussed however, there is no, or minimal explanation of the clinical context/ consequences. Minimal foundational knowledge evident.

 

 

The case/ topic is identified and explained. The magnitude of the issue is identified and clinical consequences are well linked to the case.

 

 

The case/topic is outlined with a clear orientation to the clinical consequences of the specific case. Foundational knowledge of the case is evident and focus on the significance of specific consequences is well established.

 

Clearly articulates the biospychosocial aspects of care (e.g. relational, psychological, physical) related to the case/topic and the impact of the illness of the patient and their familyDoes not articulate the many aspects of care in relation to the case/ topic and poorly describes the impact of illness on the patient and family.

 

Describes in minimal detail the aspects of care in relation to the case/ topic and briefly describes the impact of illness/ condition on the patient and family.

 

Adequately describes the aspects of care that are grounded within the context of the case/ topic. Good analysis of the impact of the illness/ condition on the patient and the family.

 

Describes in detail the aspects of care that are grounded within the context of the case/ topic. Analyses in depth the impact of the illness on the patient and the family.

 

Discusses the importance of the therapeutic nurse- patient relationship within the context of care 

 

Description of the therapeutic Nurse- patient relationship is minimal or absent and/ or not related to the case/ topic.

 

 

Description of the nurse- patient therapeutic relationship is based on an analysis of limited contemporary evidence. Some linkage to the case/ topic.

 

Presents a credible description of the therapeutic nurse- patient relationship which is rationalised and related to the case/topic. Uses contemporary evidence to demonstrably support discussion.

 

Presents a thorough description and analysis of the importance of the therapeutic nurse- patient relationship as related to the case/topic. This is supported by in-depth and critical engagement with high quality evidence.

 

Effectively discusses the cultural issues in the context of care related to the case/ topicPoorly identified and discussed cultural issues related to the case/ topic.  Unconnected ideas.

 

Logical structure. Cultural issues identified and briefly discussed but lacking depth and relation to case/ topic

 

Presents a well-developed discussion in relation to cultural issues. Clearly identifies and links them to the case/ topic.

 

Presents an outstanding discussion with regard to cultural issues. Clearly identifies and links them to the case/ topic.
       

Depicts the ethical, legal and policy issues that may arise during the process of case/ topic

 

Description of the ethical, legal and policy issues related to the case/ topic are poorly identified and inadequately discussed

 

Some description of the ethical, legal and policy issues related to the process of care but these are not well linked to the case/ topic

 

Well described ethical, legal and policy issues related to the process of care.  Issues are well linked to the case/ topic

 

Excellent discussion of the ethical, legal and policy issues related to the process of care in the specific case/ topic

 

 

Accurate use of widespread, current referencing to enhance understanding of the topic area

 

 

Minimal evidence to support the argument; poor quality use of available resources and inadequate referencing

 

Some evidence to support argument but not well read and researched. Referencing satisfactory

 

Widespread evidence to support argument with adequate referencing

Use of references incorporated are relevant and of high quality providing specific information on the case/ topic

 

Widespread evidence to support argument

Use of references incorporated within the portfolio are relevant and of outstanding quality providing specific information on the case/ topic.

Additional Comments
MakerName…………

Price: £ 79

100% Plagiarism Free & Custom Written, Tailored to your instructions

Leave your Comments


Can't read the image? click here to refresh