Nursing Skills

Links to an external site. (Links to an external site.) Students are to write a narrative analysis in report format which should include the following… Cover page or header with the unit number, unit title, assignment number and title and your student number (not included in word count). Introduction: Clearly identify your chosen ‘You Can’t Ask That’ episode and explain and define the topics to be discussed in your assignment (approximately 150 words, including in-text citations). Identify the narrative/s discussed in your chosen episode. This includes (a) a discussion of the overall narrative/s of the episode as well as (b) an exploration of the similarities and differences in narrative between individual guests in your chosen episode. (approximately 300 words, including in-text citations). Identify and discuss (a) how the social determinants of health underpin the narrative/s expressed in your chosen episode and (b) how these social determinants of health have the potential to impact the health outcomes (either positively or negatively) of those individuals, with evidence from the broader social determinants of health literature (approximately 300 words, including in-text citations). Choose ONE qualitative research paper and compare and contrast how the narratives and social determinants of health, as drawn from your chosen episode, are echoed (or not) in your chosen research paper (approximately 300 words, including in-text citations). Conclusion: explain/sum up findings/conclusions (approximately 150 words, including in-text citations) Reference list: A minimum 5 references (not included in the word count). Notes Assignments should adhere to academic writing principals. Students should use either Arial, Calibri or Times New Roman font styles in size 11 or 12. Assignments should be 1.5 or double spaced. Please only write in the third person for this assignment. You can use the guest’s name in your assignment as it appears in the episode. Feel free to use headings to differentiate each section of your assignment (eg: (1) Media narrative analysis, (2) The social determinants of health and (3) Qualitative paper discussion. A minimum of 5 references should be used for this assignment (your chosen qualitative research article should be one of them). Assignments should be first submitted through the URKUND portal in Canvas. Please review your URKUND result and make appropriate amendments (if required) prior to your final submission in the Assignment 1 portal on Canvas to avoid plagiarism. Marking and moderation Marking and moderation processes will be actioned in accordance with university policy. Prior to the start of marking, a sample of 2-3 assignments will be individually marked by all members of the marking team. Final marks and comments will then be discussed amongst the group to standardise the assignment expectations and marking process. All assignments will be marked blind to student names (student IDs only visible). All fail marks plus a cross section of all other marks (pass, credit, distinction and high distinctions) across all classes will be moderated. Where there is a discrepancy between the marks awarded by the first and second marker, the average mark will be awarded. If there is a student grievance around the marking, a third person will mark the assignment. Rubric Assignment 1: Media and literature analysis (The social determinants of health) Assignment 1: Media and literature analysis (The social determinants of health) Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Cover page or header with the following… (not included in word count). • The unit number and title. • Assignment number and title. • Your student number (please use your student number and not your name). • Final assignment word count (not the assigned word count). Appropriate formatting of reference list. 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Introduction and Conclusion • The introduction clearly identifies the chosen ‘You can’t ask that’ episode and introduces the reader to the topics to be discussed in a clear and concise manner. • The conclusion is a succinct summary of the issues discussed in the main body of the assignment. • Academic level research, writing and referencing. 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Part 1 • Student identifies and discusses the overall narrative of their chosen episode. • Student explores the similarities and differences in narrative between individual guests in their chosen episode. • Academic level research, writing and referencing. 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Part 2 • Student identifies and discusses how the social determinants of health underpin the narratives expressed in their chosen episode. • Student identifies how these social determinants of health have the potential to impact the health outcomes (either positively or negatively) of individuals in the episode with evidence from the literature. • Academic level research, writing and referencing. 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Part 3 • Student chooses one qualitative research paper. • Student compares and contrasts how the narratives and social determinants of health, as drawn from the episode are echoed (or not) in their chosen paper. • Academic level research, writing and referencing. 10.0 pts Total Points: 40.0