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NUR115_Assessment 2_Community Profile Assessment 2 Description/Focus: Community Profile Value: 40% Due date: Monday 26th March by 13:00 - Week 5 Length: XXXXXXXXXXwords Task: Social determinants of...

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NUR115_Assessment 2_Community Profile
Assessment 2
Description/Focus: Community Profile
Value: 40%
Due date: Monday 26th March by 13:00 - Week 5
Length: XXXXXXXXXXwords
Task: Social determinants of health (SDH)
oadly refer to the conditions in which
people are born, live, work and age. These consist of a number of
overlapping factors that determine health and wellbeing. Using the ten
categories of the ‘SDH Assessment Circle’ as a guide (McMu
ay & Clendon,
2015, pp. 55-58), describe the health of a community of your choice. You
may choose 5 SDHs to discuss in your report.
Preparation: Read the task carefully and identify the key areas you need to address.
Revise lectures and readings; post any questions on the discussion board
under the relevant thread. Revise CDU Governance Documents under ‘Unit
Information’. When writing your report, ensure that you follow the three
documents listed below, as this is what your markers will be using:
• The assessment task
• The marking criteria
u
ic
• The CDU APA referencing guide
This is a written report of 1000 words (+/-10% i.e XXXXXXXXXXwords). The
word limit does NOT include the end-of-text reference list. Format your
assessment with 1.5 line spacing, size 12 point Arial font and use page
numbering. Complete the footer i.e. last name, first name, student number,
unit code, assessment number. Use headings in your report to signpost your
work. A minimum of five evidence based references (including 1 journal
article, 1 textbook, 1 government website) not more than 5 years old are
equired, however, use as many as relevant. You must use CDU School of
Health recommended referencing style (APA 6th). Save the final word
version of your assessment using the filename of
lastname_firstname_student number_unitcode_assessment2. Assessments
MUST be uploaded to the Learnline submission point.
Presentation: Written Report
Assessment
criteria:
This assessment will be marked against the following criteria:
• Ability to interpret and address topic
• Written expression
• Using the literature effectively
• Structure, logical sequencing & flow of information
• CDU APA referencing

Marking Ru
ic NUR115 Assessment 2- Community Assessment report
Marking Ru
ic. NUR 115 Primary Health Care. Assessment 2: Community Profile (40 marks)
Version 2; Nov 2015

Not met
Marks 0
Poor
Marks 2
Fair
Marks 4
Good
Marks 6
Excellent
Marks 8

Ability to
interpret
and
address
the topic
(8 marks)
(0 marks) Poor
understanding of topic.
Absence of relevant
terminology, concepts and
facts to address topic.
(1 mark) Limited
understanding of topic.
(2 marks) Basic
understanding of topic,
eport provides a basic
esponse.
(2 marks) Fully addresses
the topic.
(4 marks) Fully addresses
topic using well-chosen
examples to illustrate and
support deeper
understanding.
(1 mark) Some relevant
terminology, concepts and
facts used however has
not addressed topic.
(2 marks) Essential
terminology, concepts and
facts are present but detail
is superficial.
(2 marks) Essential
terminology, concepts and
facts are presented in
detail.
(4 marks) Includes a
critical perspective that
shows depth of critique
and analysis.
(2 marks) Uses well-
chosen examples to
illustrate and support
points made.


Written
expression
(8 marks)
(0 marks) Ideas unclear or
incomplete, lack clarity
(1/3 mark) Awkward
written expression with
limited ability to express
ideas clearly.
(2 marks) Written
expression & clarity of
ideas is generally
satisfactory.
(2 marks) Written
expression is clear. Able
to express ideas readily.
(4 marks) Excellence
demonstrated in
expression of ideas,
logical with well-structured
sentences and paragraphs
(0 marks) Frequent
inco
ect spelling,
grammar, punctuation and
syntax.
(1/3 mark) Frequent
inco
ect spelling,
grammar, punctuation &
syntax.
(2 marks) Spelling,
grammar, punctuation and
syntax need more
attention, some e
ors.
(2 marks) Good sentence
and paragraph structure.
(4 marks) No e
ors in
spelling, grammar,
punctuation and syntax.
(0 marks) Word limit more
than 20% over or under.
(1/3 mark) Word limit
10%-20% over or under.
(2 marks) Consistent
attention to co
ect
spelling, grammar,
punctuation and syntax,
only minor e
ors.

Using the
literature
effectively
(0 marks) Poor or no use
of relevant texts,
esources and readings.
(1 mark) Limited evidence
of comprehension of
elevant and reliable
sources.
(2 marks) Developing
comprehension of relevant
and reliable sources.
(3 mark) Proficient
comprehension of relevant
and reliable sources.
Insightful, well considered
comprehension of relevant
and reliable sources
Marking Ru
ic. NUR 115 Primary Health Care. Assessment 2: Community Profile (40 marks)
Version 2; Nov 2015

(8 marks) (0 marks) Sources used
not relevant. Numerous
quotations, rather than
interpreting meaning
through paraphrasing.
(1 mark) Reliance on
quotations used rather
than interpreting meaning
through paraphrasing.
Evidence of paraphrasing. (3 mark) Demonstrated
competence in
paraphrasing.
(4 marks) Demonstrated
excellence in ability to
paraphrase with minimal
use of direct quotes.
Structure,
logical
sequencing
& flow of
information
(8 marks)
(0 marks) Little or no
direction provided, making
eading difficult.
(1/3 mark) Limited
direction for the reader.
(2 marks) Generally
satisfactory direction for
the reader with some
attention to structure and
logical sequencing and
flow of information.
(3 mark) Provides clear
direction for the reader
including clear structure
with logical sequencing
and flow of information.
(4 marks) Provides
excellent direction for the
eader including excellent
structure with logical
sequencing and flow of
information.
(0 marks) Introduction,
subheadings and
conclusion are missing.
(1/3 mark) Limited
structure, logical
sequencing and flow of
information
(2 marks) Introduction,
subheadings and
conclusion present but
needs development.
(3 mark) Introduction,
subheadings and
conclusion developed.
(4 marks) Introduction,
subheadings and
conclusion fully
developed.
(1/3 mark) Introduction,
subheadings and
conclusion are missing.


CDU APA
eferencing
(8 marks)
(0 marks) Sources not
acknowledged either in-
text citations or reference
list or both.
(1 mark) Different types of
sources not included e.g.
at least one text, one
journal, one authoritative
website.
(2 marks) Different types
of sources used, e.g. one
text, one journal, one
authoritative website.
(3 mark) More than one
text, one journal, one
authoritative website used.
(4 marks) Selection of
elevant credible sources
used.
(0 marks) Referencing
does not follow CDU APA
style guide or cited in text
eferencing with page
numbers.
(1 mark) Poor quality
eferences used. CDU
APA style guide not used
and cited in text
eferencing with page
numbers. .
(2 marks) In-text citations
page number and
eference list do not
match. CDU APA style
guide used but major
formatting features are
inco
ect.
(3 mark) In-text citations
page numbers and
eference list match. CDU
APA style guide used but
minor formatting features
are inco
ect.
(4 marks) In-text page
numbers and reference list
match. CDU APA style
guide used with all
formatting features
co
ect.
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Anju Lata answered on Apr 04 2020
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Running Head: COMMUNITY PROFILE
COMMUNITY PROFILE        
NUR 115: PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
Assessment 2
Community Profile
ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER
Student Name:
Student number:
Unit code:
Assessment number:
ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER
INTRODUCTION
The assignment analyzes the Social Determinants of Health (SDH) in reference to Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander Communities living in North Te
itory (NT) of Australia and evaluates the common risk factors and health issues they face while thriving in remote uncivilized conditions. The report investigates the health profile of this community on the basis of Biological and genetic characteristics affecting the physical environment in North Te
itory.
BIOLOGICAL & GENETIC CHARACTERISTICS
Origin: The Community of Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander Communities in Australia spread across different te
itories and states like Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, Southern Australia, Queensland and Northern Te
itory. Their conditions regarding SDH are highly deprived than the nonindigenous populations in Australia.
Population: On the basis of 2016 census, their estimated indigenous population in North Te
itory is 74,543. NT includes largest proportion (25.5%) of Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander Communities in the Australian population.
General Age Range: Majority of its population consisting of younger people with median age of 23 years in 2016. While the median age of nonindigenous Australians is 38 years in 2016 (Australian Bureau of Statistics,2017).
Death Rate: In 2014-16, the average death rate of Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander Communities for total five te
itory/states, increased to 58.8 years from the previously recorded median age of 54.4 years in 2004-06. Since last 10 years, the median age of death for men increased to 55.9 years in 2014-16 from 51.3 years in 2004-06. In the same period, the median age of death in females increased to 61.9 years from 59 years. Out of five te
itories recorded, NT had the lowest median age of death i.e. 58.7 years (Australian Bureau of Statistics,2017).
Biggest Cause of Death: According to Australian government’s Health Performance Framework 2014 report, the most popular cause of death among Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander populations in NT was cardiovascular diseases (25%), the second cause being Neoplasm (20%) in the time period of 2008-12. Also in the census of 2013, cardiovascular diseases were the main reason for deaths in these communities leading to 24% deaths(Health Infonet,2016).
The ratio of deaths due to other reasons like cancer, respiratory illness, diabetes, kidney problems and other external factors were very low (Health Performance Framework,2014). Moreover, among the indigenous Australian communities, external causes like suicide (32%), road...
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