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Assessment 1: Instructions and Marking Criteria
Assignment 1
    Assessment Description
    Reflective piece
    Value
    30%
    Team or Individual
    Individual
    Format
    Length: 1500 words (plus or minus 10%). Use headings provided below.
Your reference list must contain a minimum 5 references, 7 years old or less, from a mixture of journal articles, books and credible websites (e.g. Australian Indigenous health info net).
    Due Date and time
    Friday 21st August (lunchtime, noon)
    Marking Criteria
    The ru
ics for assignment 1 and 2 are based on the standard school ru
ic with a few minor changes. Please make sure you review the ru
ic whilst preparing your assignments. 
Ru
ic adjustments: Content XXXXXXXXXXmarks each) Critical thinking (20 marks) Structure/pres (15) Ref (10) ELP (10)
Instructions
Reflect on the following 3 statements from the questionnaire you took at the start of the unit:
1.      1)  The presence of more than two family members in a hospitalised patient’s room is disruptive to staff and roommates and should be prohibited
2.      2)  Aboriginal people, due to their own cultural beliefs and values, have the poorest health status in Australia
3.      3)  We practice equity in the provision of healthcare by treating Aboriginal people the same as all other clients
 
Describe and explain your response (agree or disagree or remain neutral) to these statements and consider how the unit content so far has influenced your response. Consider an alternative view and the reasons why other people may have given a different response to you. The focus on your reflection should be how this new knowledge about Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander peoples’ health and wellness has or will impact on how you deliver care in your career.
You may refer to the unit texts, videos or resources as background to your learning but you will need to be specific about which module, chapter or resource influenced your response.
You also need to support your reflection using journal articles, books or audio-visual sources (professional documentaries by credible sources) that are not in the unit content but they must be able to be located via an active weblink and properly referenced. You do not need to use Gi
s reflective cycle or other frameworks for your writing but it will help you if you consider the “What?, So what?, now what?” framework as provided in the first tutorial activity.
Write approximately 500 words for each item.
You may write in first person if you wish but sentence structure, spelling and grammar must be in academic style.
Do not include an Introduction or Conclusion.
For example:
1. Pineapple is an inappropriate topping for Pizza
My initial response to the above statement was that I disagreed with the concept of pineapple being an appropriate pizza topping. This is because fruit is generally sweet (reference) and pizza is generally savoury (reference). In my cultural background, foods that are sweet and foods that are savory are generally eaten separately (reference). However, when I watched the video, Traditional ways of making Pizza (reference), I was encouraged to consider a different perspective. I was surprised to see people enjoying a variety of fruit toppings on their pizza and this challenged me to try pineapple on pizza and to incorporate this new knowledge into my future ways of cooking.

Assessment 2: Essay
Weighting: 40%
Word count: 1600 words
Due date: Friday 12th September 2020 at 9:00 hours (9:00 am) AWST
Essay task: Trauma-informed care is based on the understanding that many people living with mental health conditions have experienced trauma in their lives. Discuss how the nurse or midwife in their role can support and facilitate the six (6) guiding trauma-informed principles.
1. Safety
2. Trustworthiness
3. Choice
4. Collaboration
5. Empowerment
6. Respect for Diversity Details:
The essay should be written in the 3rd person.
Requires a standard introduction (introduces and sets up the essay direction, 1-2 references only to set context) and conclusion (
ief summary of key points within essay).
A minimum of ten (10) references should support your work to show wider reading and link to critical thinking discussion (not description). Recency of evidence-based practice – references should be academic (journals & textbooks) and within five (5) years of publication.
Use the SNM assignment template APA XXXXXXXXXXin assessment 2 folder).
Follow the 2020 SNM Presentation & Assignment guidelines and SNM A-Z guide (structure & presentation).
APA 7th edition referencing should be used for accuracy intext and end text (referencing).
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Dilpreet answered on Aug 20 2021
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Running Head: ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES’ HEALTH AND WELLNESS         1
ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES’ HEALTH AND WELLNESS         8
ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES’ HEALTH AND WELLNESS
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Response to the Statements    3
References    8
Response to the Statements
The presence of more than two family members in a hospitalised patient’s room is disruptive to staff and roommates and should be prohibited
    My initial response to the statement was that I agreed on the point that more than two family members must not be allowed in the room of hospitalised patients. This is because I felt that presence of a number of people around the patients makes it difficult to provide the accurate treatment to the patients. The presence of more than two family members disrupt the hospital staff while providing the treatment. I observed in most of the cases that the roommates of the patients often instruct the staff and ask them a number of illogical questions making it difficult for the staff to perform their duties dedicatedly. I felt that the risk of infections for the patients increases many times by the increasing number of visitors. Presence of visitors particularly in the Intensive Care Units (ICU) has been disrupting the services being provided by the staff.
    However, after going through the work of Bélanger et al. (2017), my perspective to the above statement changed on the point that more than two family members must not be allowed in the room of a hospitalised patients. This is because I felt that the presence of family members is very supportive for the patients and it improves the will power of the patients, which helps them to respond to the treatment being provided in a positive manner. I am of the opinion was that the presence of family members helps to provide an emotional support to the patient and helps to keep them enthusiastic about life. Gaining insights into the experiences that I have gained so far in my career I could make out that presence of family members and their support has been acting as a primary source of psychological stability for the patients. Family support plays a major role, when it comes to the recovery of the patients. Keeping in contact with friends and family despite of being in a hospital room makes the patients feel that they are connected to the outside world. The presence of family with the patients is being highly promoted in the healthcare arena because it has proved to be extremely beneficial for boosting the moral of the patients and to keep them away from stress disorders. According to Vincent and Lederman (2017), patient- and family-centred care represents the future model of healthcare. On critically analysing the first statements as a healthcare service provider, I am of the opinion that patient centred care has emerged to be the latest trend in the healthcare industry. There is no doubt about the fact that the presence of family members has proved to be beneficial for boosting the morale of the patients leading to faster recovery.
Aboriginal people, due to their own cultural beliefs and values, have the poorest health status in Australia
    Aboriginal and To
es strait islander people of Australia are the people with family heritage, who lived in Australia before it became a British Colony. These are the people, who are from the main lands of Australia and several other associated islands. To
es strait islanders are the people from To
es Strait Islands, which is a part of Queensland. Since,...
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