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PBHL1001: Foundations of health and health care systems Assessment

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Added on: 2023-04-05 04:53:31
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    PBHL1001

Task Description

Mid-North Coast and Northern NSW have recently experienced significant natural disasters and other emergencies. Fires, floods, and the COVID-19 global pandemic have impacted people in the region. 

The local Council, Southern Cross University, the Local Health District and North Coast Primary Health Network (Healthy North Coast) are hosting discussions on the use of technology to support the Natural Disaster Emergency health response. Participation from local health professionals has been requested to identify how health technologies can be best used to assist in supporting individuals and communities to recover from natural and emergency disasters. 

Rationale

Technological advancements have assisted in resolving numerous problems related to natural disasters. We observed how swiftly pre-existing technologies were implemented to mitigate the spread and impact of COVID-19. However, the available technology has yet to be fully utilised in health care.

This assessment is the culmination of the learning you have completed within the unit and allows you the freedom to explore the application of health technology to address a complex, issue. Within this assessment, you will also need to draw on your knowledge and understanding of the social determinants of health.

Task structure  

You are required to prepare a 900-word written response to how we can use existing technology to support the health response to a natural disaster. Using a typical health technology assessment format, you are to address the application of your chosen technology in relation to its:

  • Clinical effectiveness (does the health technology work?) 2?
  • Safety (is it safe to use?)
  • Other information (barriers ‘limitions might have to get over or facilitators floods or covid evidence  associated with the application of health technology?)
  • Technology itself

You are encouraged to include technology that is relevant to your discipline and scope of practice.  

 Resources

The SCU Learning Zone ( scu.edu.au/learning-zone/ ) has many brilliant resources for students to support you in completing your assessment tasks. For this task, we recommend the following resources:

  • Planning your Essay:
  • A Model Essay Structure: 

You should also complete the “Research Ready” modules on finding and locating information from the library, if you have not done these already. They can be found at: https://www.scu.edu.au/library/study/research-ready/ . Even if you have used them before, it can be useful to review them as you prepare for a new task.

Finally, once you have the resources you might need, we recommend the Effective Reading “Quick Guides” produced by the academic skills team. These short pdfs provide loads of information to help you critically appraise information and find which resources are the best for your task. They can be found at https://www.scu.edu.au/learning-zone/quick-guides/ 

Referencing style

All referencing should be in APA 7th format. Here is a link to the referencing guide https://libguides.scu.edu.au/apa  where you can find resources and guides to help. Please ensure you have completed the Academic Integrity Module which will help you to understand referencing, academic integrity, and how to avoid plagiarism. There are penalties for plagiarism (even if it is accidental).

Submission

Essays should be submitted using the Turnitin activity titled “Assessment 3: Essay” in the Assessments Tasks & Submission section on Blackboard. Only Microsoft Word documents submitted via the Turnitin portal on Blackboard will be accepted.

 Assessment Criteria

5?duction applies for each 24-hour period, or part-thereof that an assignment is late.

Description of Grades

High Distinction:

In addition to qualities of a distinction grade:

  • The written response is excellent.
  • Strong critical reflection throughout demonstrating wide reading and comprehension.
  • Excellent written communication with less than three minor errors.
  • All citations and reference list are complete and are in APA 7th Format.

Distinction:

  • The written response is very good.
  • Strong analytical writing throughout demonstrating wide reading and comprehension.
  • Introduction of critical reflection in some sections.
  • Very good written communication with less than six minor errors.
  • Most citations and reference list (less than two errors) are complete and are in APA 7th Format.

Credit:

  • The written response is good.
  • Good descriptive writing throughout demonstrating wide reading and comprehension.
  • Introduction of analytical writing in some sections.
  • Good written communication
  • Most citations and reference list (less than four errors) are complete and are in APA 7th Format.

Pass:

  • The written response is fair.
  • Descriptive writing throughout demonstrating superficial reading and comprehension.
  • Fair written communication
  • Citations and reference list are complete and are in APA 7th Format.

Fail:

  • The written response does not meet minimum requirements.
  • Incomplete or inaccurate writing demonstrating a lack of reading or comprehension of assessment criteria.
  • Student needs support with written communication.
  • Citations and reference list are incomplete or missing.
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  • Posted on : April 05th, 2023
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