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Please refer to attached file for assessment instructions.

Please refer to attached file for assessment instructions.
Assessment instructions  Weight: 40% Due: Week 4, Monday 15th August, at 11:59pm (23:59hrs) Length: 1,200 words Watch the video by ABC News (2017) People with intellectual disabilities twice as likely to suffer preventable death, study finds Choose to focus on either Erin OR Michelle for your assessment. Using the marking criteria and supporting academic references address the following.  Discuss the challenges that either Erin OR Michelle and their mothers experienced whilst seeking hospital care. (20 marks) Describe strategies for health professionals to promote shared decision-making and improve the experience and outcomes for either Erin OR Michelle. (30 marks) Discuss the key elements of person-centred care and provide evidence-based rationales. Relate this information to either Erin OR Michelle. (30 marks)
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NURS2038 Health Va r i at i o n s 2Case Study AssessmentAnne Marks Case StudyWeight: 40% Due: Week 4, Monday 15th August, at 11:59pm (23:59hrs)Length: 1,200 words•The word limit is 1,200 words +10%. Use your computer to total the number of words used in your assignment.•The reference list is not included in the word limit.•In-text citations are included in the additional 10% wordcount. •If you exceed the word limit by more than 10% the marker will stop marking at 1,320 words.•Students must respond to each of the questions provided using academic writing -using full sentences and paragraphs.•Double line spacing•An introduction and conclusion are NOT required.Number each section –1, 2, 3. There is no need to include the question when responding. References•Academic references include journal articles, textbooks and reports.•High quality academic references are current (within 5 years) and specifically relevant to the case study.•There are no restrictions on the number of references(minimum or maximum). There arenocompulsoryreferences•In-text references should be throughout the answer -not at the end of a paragraph.•The reference list begins on a new page with the title, “References”. •References are listed in alphabetical order based on the first author’s surname.•A hanging indent is required in the reference list after the first line of each reference.•The title of textbooks and the name of the journal and volume is in italics.•Every in-text reference must match with a reference in the reference list. Late submission and Extensions•10marks per day are lost for late assessments: Anytime after 11:59pm•Extensions are only granted in exceptional circumstances -unpredictable, sudden and a disruption to one’s ability to study and complete the assessment item.•To apply for an extension of time, locate an application form via the Western Sydney University homepage –Forms –Assessment –Request for an extension -Western Now Student Portal•Application forms must be submitted up to two days after the due date. •Appropriate, supporting documentation must be submitted with the application. •Use the University medical certificate•An application for an extension does not automatically mean that an extension will be granted. •Continue to work on your assessment and submit as soon as possible via the original Tu r n i t i n s u b m i s s i o n l i n k . Case study: Erin or MichelleWatch the video by ABC News (2017) People with intellectual disabilities twice as likely to suffer preventable death, study findsChoose to focus on eitherErin or Michelle for your assessment.Erin Michelle 1. Discuss the challenges that eitherErin or Michelle and their mothers experienced whilst seeking hospital care. (20 marks)Challenges related to Erin or Michelle’s mother as primary caregiversChallenges related to the hospital staffChallenges related to Erin or Michelle’s intellectual disability and health condition 2. Describe strategies for health professionals to promote shared decision-making and improve the experience and outcomes for either Erin or Michelle. (30 marks)Strategies for shared decision making -Review resources from Learning Module 2 and suggested readings on vUWSRelate these strategies to improved experience and outcomes for Erin or Michelle 3. Discuss the key elements of person-centred care and provide evidence-based rationales. Relate this information to eitherErin or Michelle. (30 marks)Relate this information to Erin or MichelleDiscuss key elements of person-centred care -Review resources from Learning Module 2 and suggested readings on vUWSLink these elements to research about the benefits of person-centredcare Language Use (10 marks)•Sentences are well constructed, expression and meaning is clear, basic written language rules are followed.Referencing and in-text citations (10 marks)•The APA 7threferencing style is used correctly for both in-text citations and reference list. •Review and edit drafts before resubmitting•Evaluate paper for correct referencing and citation•Note: An originality report will be available within a few minutes after the first submission or 24 hours for second and subsequent submissions•A high percentage isn’t always a problem•Make sure you paraphrase or use a direct quote and reference•Do not copy other student’s assessments, online assessments or use your own past assessments vUWSDiscussion boardAsk questions about the assessmentAnswered by the subject coordinator

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