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NRSG372: Chronic Illness and Disability
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ASSESSMENT INFORMATION
Assessment Title Assessment 1 - Health Education/Promotion Resource
Purpose This assessment enables you to showcase ve
al and written communication skills and
your understanding of the key issues for patients with chronic illness and disability. The
assessment allows you to demonstrate an understanding of the complexities of
multimo
idity for a person with a disability and chronic condition. This assessment will
develop and expand on your ability to identify factors which inhibit independence and
diminish quality of life. You will need to consider issues that inform behaviour and
advocate for practical strategies to improve independence and quality of life.
Due Date Wednesday 10th April 2024.
Time Due 14:00.
Weighting 50%.
Length E-poster with a 10-minute (+/- 10%) na
ation (no video required).
Ru
ic Available via the ‘Ru
ics’ tab of the NRSG372 Canvas unit.
Canvas Resource A National Q&A Session will be held during week two (2) of the semester. The Q&A
session will unpack the assessment requirements. You will have the opportunity to ask
the National LIC any questions or clarifications you require. You are strongly encouraged
to attend this session. A recording of the National Q&A session will be made available
post the session. The link will be made available on the ‘Modules’ tab under Assessment
1: Explanatory Video and Q&A.
LOs Assessed LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5.
Task Develop a creative and visually appealing 10-minute na
ated educational e-poster
ased on one of the provided case studies. The e-poster should be targeted towards
consumers (not health professionals), much like a poster you would see in a hospital or
general practice waiting room.
Your assessment should include:
• Your name, student number and the case study you have chosen.
• The definition and pathophysiology of the chronic condition and disability and
how the conditions intersect
elate to one another.
• An infographic created by you, that provides some epidemiological statistics.
• The factors that impact on quality of life for the case study and the impacts the
chronic condition and disability have on quality of life, independence, and
activities of living.
• An innovative and relevant strategy/action
ehaviour change that the person in
the case study themselves can implement at home to support their
independence and quality of life. Outline the relevance of the identified
strategy/action
ehaviour change for the person in the case study, and what
your (the RNs) role will be in assisting the person to be able to independently
complete/achieve the strategy/action
ehaviour change.
• A drawing/image of a health behaviour theory (for example, the health belief
model, theory of planned behaviour etc.) that incorporates considerations from
the case study into the model (e.g. think of the case studies age/stage of life,
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their conditions and associated risk factors/symptoms). Indicate how you, as the
RN, could apply the theory to encourage the case study to implement the
innovative and relevant strategy/action
ehaviour change you have identified.
• An appropriate and real service/support/group in your local area that could
assist the person in the case study to improve their independence and quality of
life. Include a description of the real service/support/group in your local area, its
elevance and why/how the service will assist the person in the case study.
• The role of the NDIS in the case study’s ongoing care needs and how you, as
an RN, can promote one of the seven elements of the NDIS Code of Conduct
when supporting the person in the case study in the management of their
conditions.
• Intext referencing must be included on the e-poster.
• A reference list must be included on the e-poster.
The poster should be visually appealing, with the key points included on the poster,
supported by diagrams, figures and imagery. Use your na
ation to expand on the
information presented visually on your poster.
Case Study 1 A middle-aged adult with type 2 diabetes and an above knee amputation that occu
ed
five years ago as a result of diabetes-related foot disease.
Case Study 2 A young adult with epilepsy (generalised seizures) and autism spectrum disorder.
Submission The assessment is to be submitted via the 'Assignment' tab of the NRSG372 Canvas
unit.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING, RECORDING & SUBMITTING YOUR ASSESSMENT
There are five steps involved in completing your assignment. It is vital you complete all steps and check your
submission for the presence of an audio and visual component. If you do not co
ectly submit to the Canvas
dropbox, and your work cannot be viewed or is inaudible, and you will receive a mark of zero.
Steps 1. Create your e-poster.
2. Create your e-poster video.
3. Upload your e-poster to the assessment drop box.
4. Upload your e-poster video to the assessment drop box.
5. Check your submission in the assessment drop box and submit.
Step 1: Create
your e-poster
• Use PowerPoint or Canva (or similar) to create your e-poster.
• Watch this video to find out how to create an e-poster using PowerPoint.
• Watch this video to find out how to create an e-poster using Canva.
• Ensure your e-poster is one page only.
Save your e-poster as either a PowerPoint file or PDF.
Step 2: Create
your video with
na
ation
• The e-poster na
ation is to be 10 minutes long +/- 10%; those exceeding 11
minutes in length will not be listened to after this point. No marks will be
awarded for content beyond this point.
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• Your video should have the poster on the screen along with your na
ation.
• Your recording MUST be comprehensible to your marker. Do NOT speed up
the audio component of your recording to fit within the allocated time.
• You do NOT need to discuss your reference list in your recorded na
ation;
however, your intext references and your reference list need to be included on
your e-poster.
• You can choose to create your video using several programs including:
o na
ated PowerPoint (watch until 1:10);
o Echo360 Universal Capture (download the program, then watch this
short video for instructions on recording via Echo360), or
o Zoom (instructions for zoom)
Save your video as a VIDEO file (e.g. .mp4 format).
Step 3: Upload
your e-poster to
the assessment
drop box
• Click on the ‘Assignments’ tab in Canvas
• Click on ‘Assessment 1: Health Education/Promotion Resource
• Click ‘Upload’, then ‘Chose a file to upload’.
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• Choose your e-poster pdf or ppt file, then click ‘Open’
Step 4: Upload
your video to the
assessment drop
ox
• Click ‘Chose a file to upload’.
• Select your video file and click ‘Open’
Step 5: Check
assessment files
and submit.
• You will then see your files in your submission. Check they are the co
ect files.
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• Click the End-User License Agreement and then ‘Submit assignment’
You can resubmit your assignment as many times as required prior to the due date,
however please be advised that only your last submission will be viewed and
marked.
Technical support
For technical support, please call the Canvas Support Hotline 24/7 on XXXXXXXXXX
or utilise the Live Chat with Canvas Support 24/7 (Students)
FORMATTING
File format Your e-poster is to be submitted as a PowerPoint file or PDF file.
Your video is to be submitted as a video file e.g. MP4 file.
ACU has made Microsoft Office 365 available for students for either PC or Mac
versions.
Font Arial or Cali
i, or any font that is easily discernable
Font Size
48-point for headings; 18 – 24-point for content
Minimum size accepted for the reference list is 12-point.
REFRENCING
Referencing Style APA 7th
References and
Supporting
A minimum of 15 high quality and contemporary resources are to be used.
Nursing related literature (including textbooks) should be cited in preference to medical
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Evidence focused literature.
The e-poster MUST contain intext references as well as a reference list.
All points made on the e-poster MUST be referenced.
Reference Age Published in the last 5 years as this area of knowledge is rapidly developing
List Heading “References” is centered and bold, (14-point Cali
i or Arial)
Order References are a
anged alphabetically by author family name
Hanging Indent Hanging indent not required
DOI Presented as functional hyperlink
Spacing Minimum of 1.0 spacing between each reference
ADMINISTRATION
Late Penalties Late penalties will be applied from 14:01 on the due date, incu
ing 5% penalty of the
maximum marks available up to a maximum of 15%. Assessment tasks received more
than three calendar days after the due or extended date will receive feedback but will
not be allocated a mark.
Penalty Timeframe Penalty Marks Deducted
14:01 Wednesday to 14:00 Thursday 5% penalty 5 marks
14:01 Thursday to 14:00 Friday 10% penalty 10 marks
14:01 Friday to 14:00 Saturday 15% penalty 15 marks
Received after 14:01 Saturday No mark allocated
Example:
An assignment is submitted 12 hours late and is initially marked at 60 out of
100. A 5% penalty is applied (5% of 100 is 5 marks). Therefore, the student
eceives 55 out of 100 as a final mark.
Return of Marks Marks will generally be returned in three weeks. If this is not achievable, you will be
notified by the NLIC of your LIC.

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arians and the Academic Skills Unit.



Unit Outline

Criterion Referenced Ru
ic – Assessment Task 1: Health Education/Promotion Resource
Criteria
(Marks)
High Distinction
100-85%
Distinction
84-75%
Credit
74-65%
Pass
64-50%
Fail
49-0%
E-poster
appearance

15 marks
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Visually outstanding e-poster.
The e-poster is clear and
logically laid out. Text can be
ead easily by the viewer.
Demonstrates creativity and
excellent use of colour, imagery,
figures, diagrams, text, and font
size throughout, which makes
the e-poster highly engaging and
promotes ease of reading for the
audience.
The main arguments are
included on the e-poster in a
highly effective manner.
There are no e
ors with
grammar, spelling, and
punctuation and the meaning is
easily discernible.
E-poster has strong visual
appeal.
The e-poster is clear and
logically laid out. Text can be
ead easily by the viewer.
Very good use of colour,
imagery, figures, diagrams, text,
and font size throughout, which
makes the e-poster engaging.
The main arguments are
included on the e-poster in an
effective manner.
There are minimal (1-2) e
ors
with grammar, spelling, and
punctuation, however the
meaning is easily discernible.
E-poster has moderate visual
appeal.
The e-poster is mostly clear and
logically laid out. Text can be
ead easily by the viewer.
Good use of colour, imagery,
figures, diagrams, text, and font
size throughout, which makes
the e-poster generally engaging.
Half of the main arguments are
included on the e-poster in an
effective manner.
There are minimal (3-4) e
ors
with grammar, spelling, and
punctuation. The e
ors detract
somewhat, but the meaning is
easily discernible.
E-poster has some visual
appeal.
The e-poster is somewhat clear
and logically laid out. Most of the
text can be read easily by the
viewer.
Mostly appropriate use of colour,
imagery, figures, diagrams, text,
and font size throughout.
A few of the main arguments are
included on the e-poster in an
effective manner.
There are multiple (5-6) e
ors
with grammar, spelling, and
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Solution

Dr Shweta answered on Apr 05 2024
5 Votes
Case 1: Foot illness associated with diabetes:
Chronic type 2 diabetes interferes with the body's ability to metabolize glucose, or blood sugar. Peripheral neuropathy, or damage to the nerves in the feet, is one of the side effects of type 2 diabetes. This may result in loss of feeling, making it challenging for the affected person to experience sensations of pain, warmth, or cold in their feet. This means that untreated foot injuries could result in severe infections and ulceration (American Diabetes Association, 2018). Peripheral artery disease (PAD), a disorder in which fatty deposits obstruct or constrict blood vessels in the legs, lowers blood flow to the feet and legs, is another complication of diabetes (Mayo clinic, 2019). There is a markedly higher chance of foot problems when these two disorders combine. It has been determined that diabetics with neuropathy and peripheral artery disease (PAD) are at a significant risk for developing foot ulcers, which, if left untreated, might result in a major infection and necessitate amputation (Boulton, 2019). According to estimates, 15% of diabetic individuals will experience a foot ulcer at some point in their lives. In 14% to 24% of cases, diabetic foot ulcers lead to a severe amputation. For patients who have a significant lower limb amputated, its five-year mortality rate is likewise substantial, ranging from 50 to 68%. Research has demonstrated that diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) significantly affect patients' subjective health-related quality of life (HRQOL) (Alrub, 2019). DFU affects the patients' physical health issues, limits their activities because of psychological or emotional issues, impacts their social functioning, emotional well-being, energy level, and views of their overall health. Patients with diabetes have numerous risk factors for developing foot ulcers, including age, the length of their diabetes, smoking, and alcoholism. obesity, elevated neutrophil lymphocyte ratio, and poor ankle
achial index. People who have diabetes should check their feet several times a day, and a health professional should do a thorough examination of them once a year using techniques including nerve conduction studies, CT scans, ultrasounds, and electromyography, among others. Patients with diabetes-related neuropathy have reduced sensation in their feet, making it difficult for them to sense discomfort from tight shoes; also, poor circulation slows recovery and raises the possibility of complications. It's imperative that people with diabetes take...
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