SNPG963- Person-centred Concepts and Theory Assessment 1 Essay: Theories of Person-centredness Due date Thursday 15th April 2021, 17:00hrs (Week 7) Weighting 50% Submission Your assignment will be...

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SNPG963- Person-centred Concepts and Theory
Assessment 1
Essay: Theories of Person-centredness
Due date
Thursday 15th April 2021, 17:00hrs (Week 7)
Weighting
50%
Submission
Your assignment will be submitted into a Turnitin submission box within the SNPG963 Moodle site. You will have the opportunity to review and re- submit your assignment up to the due date and time.
To learn more about how to use Turnitin please access the resources at the following link: http://www.uow.edu.au/dvca/ltc/tel/resourcehub/students/index.html
Type of Collaboration
Individual Assessment
Length
2000 words
Details
This essay will focus on the links between Practice Development Principles, Critical Social Science and Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory.
Students are expected to write an in-depth critique of the 3 areas, how they link together and their relationship to contemporary healthcare.
Style and format
APA 7 referencing system
Subject Learning Outcomes
1. Identify and critically appraise theories of Person-centredness and critical social science and how these relate to the development of practice
2. Develop knowledge and understanding of the concepts and principles underpinning Person-centredness
Marking Criteria
The rubric for this assignment are available in Moodle
Assessment 1Essay: Theories of Person-centredness
Criteria
High Distinction 100%
Distinction 80%
Credit 70%
Pass 60%
Fail 49%
Fail 25%
Fail 0%
Analysis of the three areas 50%
Critique of the three areas in line with the relevant theories - Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development Principles.
Demonstration of the areas link together.
Outstanding evaluation and critique of Critical Social Science
Outstanding evaluation and critique of Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory Critical Social Science
Outstanding evaluation and critique of Practice Development Principles
Deeply considers Analysis and synthesis of Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development Principles. Able to
articulate how PD influences the development of Person-centred care.
There is evidence of highly developed analytical and evaluative skills.
Excellent analysis and critique Critical Social Science
Excellent analysis and critique Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory
Excellent analysis and critique Practice Development Principles
Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development Principles linked seamlessly demonstrating the role of PD.

Evidence of high level analytical and evaluative skills.
Strong analysis of Critical Social Science.
Strong analysis of Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory
Strong analysis of Practice Development Principles
Clearly links Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development Principles.
Simple analysis of Critical Social Science
Simple analysis of Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory
Simple analysis of Practice Development Principles.
Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development Principles are referred to but not used sufficiently to demonstrate links and/or guide analysis.
Incomplete analysis Critical Social Science
Incomplete analysis Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory
Incomplete analysis Practice Development Principles
Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development Principles used inappropriately and links are not attempted.
Poor analysis of Critical Social Science
Poor analysis of Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory
Poor analysis of Practice Development Principles
Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development Principles used inappropriately and links are not attempted.
Absent analysis of Critical Social Science
Absent analysis of Peron-Centred Concepts and Theory
Absent analysis of Practice Development Principles
Critical Social Science, Peron-centred Concepts and Theory and Practice Development are not evident.
Relationship of three areas to contemporary healthcare 30%

How well is their relationship to contemporary healthcare demonstrated?
Analysis and synthesis of the areas from the literature are integrated and strongly linked to contemporary healthcare.
Demonstrates critical thinking and independent thought. There is evidence of highly developed synthesis skills.
Clear evidence of well-developed analytical and evaluative skills connecting the three areas to contemporary healthcare.
Clear comparisons are well drawn.
Well-reasoned development of the relationship based on broad evidence.
Evidence of analytical and evaluative skills.
Evidence of evaluation and syntheses of ideas in terms of related literature.
Sound argument based on evidence.
Some evidence of analytical and evaluative skills.
Limited/basic understanding of the topic.
Limited and insufficient evidence incorporated into work.
There is poor and/or inappropriate evidence of critique of the three areas of contemporary Health care.
Inappropriate evidence incorporated into work.
There is poor and/or inappropriate evidence of critique of the three areas of contemporary Health care.
No evidence incorporated into work.
There is no evidence of critique of the three areas of contemporary Health care.
Expression and academic writing 10%
Writing is authentic and clearly expresses ideas.
Uses correct spelling and paragraph structure throughout.
Structured as per UOW assessment Handbook.
Exemplary writing with very high levels of authenticity and independent thought. Ideas are clearly expressed.
Introductory sentence used at the start of paragraphs. Main subject matter is developed within each paragraph. Concluding sentence used at the end of paragraphs.
Exemplary spelling, grammar and syntax with no errors. Meets all style requirements.
Evidence of superior academic writing skills. Authentic and original writing that clearly synthesises the key points of the assignment. Expression is clear.
Correct use of paragraphs. Discussion in each paragraph provides sufficient depth to demonstrate understanding.
Superior spelling, grammar and syntax < 5 minor errors. Meets all style requirements.
Evidence of sound academic writing. Authentic and original writing that clearly addresses the key points of the assignment. Expression is satisfactory.
Paragraphs are 5-7 sentences in length and sentences are clear and concise. Minor errors only in syntax, spelling and grammar. Meets all style requirements.
Authentic writing that attempts to show independent thought. May struggle with expression.
Attempts to use paragraphs. Some sentences may be too long/short.
Meets almost all style requirements including spacing, page numbers, font, headings.
Lacks authenticity.
Language hinders the effective flow of ideas and meaning. Sentences lack structure and are consistently too short or too long.
Multiple errors in spelling, grammar and style. Not structured as per UOW Assessment Handbook.
Lacks authenticity.
Language hinders the effective flow of ideas and meaning. Sentences lack structure and are difficult to follow.
Multiple errors in spelling, grammar and style. Not structured as per UOW Assessment Handbook.
Lacks authenticity.
Disorganised and lacks any sense of cohesion and alignment.
Multiple errors in spelling, grammar and style. Not structured as per UOW Assessment Handbook.
Literature sources and referencing 10%

Wide range of contemporary and relevant sources are used in text and listed in reference list. Uses APA 7 style.
Sources are appropriate, contemporary and from a range of journals and databases.
Complies with all the referencing style requirements. There are no errors in referencing throughout.
Sources are appropriate, contemporary and from a range of journals and databases.
APA 7 referencing style is consistently accurate. Less than 5 minor referencing errors.
Sources are appropriate, mostly contemporary and from a narrow range of journals and databases.
Complies with referencing style requirements. Some referencing errors in in-text and/or referencing list.
Sources are mostly relevant however there are too few to demonstrate wide reading.
Attempts to use APA 7 style. Some errors in in-text and/or referencing list.
Sources are limited and/or inappropriate.
In-text referencing and/or reference list contains major errors.
Sources are inappropriate and/or absent.
In-text referencing may be absent and/or reference list and contains major errors.
Sources are absent. Absent in-text referencing and/or reference list.
Answered Same DayMay 02, 2021SNPG963University of Wollongong

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Jose Francis answered on May 03 2021
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