Diploma of in Community Health Care and Support (Level 7)

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Diploma of in Community Health Care and Support (Level 7)
Course Code & Title: HLTH6001: Primary Health Care
Course Credits: 15
Assessment No. and Type: Assessment 1 – Individual Essay
Level: 6
Version: 3.6
Term & Cohort:
Due Date:
Assessment Weighting 60%
Wordcount: 2000 +/- 10% words
Total Mark: 100
Tutor’s Name:
Purpose:
• To explore the effects of socio-political and cultural determinants of health and apply relevant knowledge to enhance the health of individuals, whanau/family, organisations and communities.
• To examine the concepts of health promotion, health prevention, injury, and primary health in relation to the needs of individuals, whanau/family, organisations and communities.
• To examine the governance structure, policy, legislation, and fiscal influences of health care services Aotearoa/New Zealand.
• To critique Ministry of health strategies, guidelines ad initiatives that impact individual groups within society.
• To engage in analytical and inquiry processes to develop as a community and/or organisational healthcare promotion professionals.
Graduate Profile Outcomes (GPO’s)
GPO1: Competently apply knowledge relevant to health issues to assist in the enhancement of the health of the individual, whanau/family, organisations and communities.
GPO2: Critically assess ways in which socio-cultural, economic and physical environments are determinants of the health of the individual, whanau/family, organisations and communities.
GPO3: Evaluate how well the holistic health needs of the individual, whanau/family, organisations and communities are met through the provision of and access to health services.
GPO4: Research, articulate and apply knowledge and skills relevant to ethical and effective health
promotion practice within their work context
Learning outcomes:
LO1: Identify socio-political and cultural determinants of health that affect individuals, whanau/family, organisations and communities and analyse the implications for healthcare outcomes in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
LO2: Examine the principles and concepts of primary healthcare as they relate to the
Aotearoa/New Zealand context.
LO3: Analyse health promotion theories and frameworks for professional health practices to develop a theoretical health promotion project
To pass the assessment, you must meet all the stated learning outcomes (LO’s) and must achieve 50% marks in tasks addressing the LO.
Assessment 1 – Type: Individual Essay
Weighting: 60%
Word count: 2000 +/-10%
Task: Write a 2000-word assignment following the instructions below. Use the following as a guide for your assessment:
Part A: 30 marks and approximately 600 words – LO1
a) Identify one socio-political determinant of health and provide specific links to how it affects individuals and whanau in New Zealand. – 100 words – 5 marks
b) Identify one cultural determinant of health and provide specific links to how it affects individuals and whanau in New Zealand. – 100 words – 5 marks
c) Explain any health determinant that impacts the health of three different cultural or ethnic groups in Aotearoa/New Zealand. – 200 words – 10 marks
d) Analyse the implications of any health determinant to the health outcomes in Aotearoa/New Zealand. – 250 words – 10 marks
Part 2: 30 marks and approximately 700 words – LO2
Analyse the five principles of primary healthcare. Please illustrate each principle with an example from New Zealand Primary Health Care. – 700 words – 30 marks
Part 3: 30 marks and approximately 700 words – LO3
a) Develop a Health Promotion Project addressing one of the identified health challenges in New Zealand/Aotearoa. The project must include a vision, background, challenges, and future plans. The health promotion project should propose suggestions relevant to current New Zealand health outcomes and socio-political context. – 250 words – 10 marks
b) Analyse the application of any two action points of the Ottawa Charter as the global framework for the Health Promotion Project that you developed. – 250 words – 10 marks
c) Analyse one underpinning theory of the developed Health Promotion Project. – 200 words – 10 marks
APA 7 in-text citation and referencing standards: 5 marks
English Language Standards: 5 marks
Marking Criteria
HLTH6001: Primary Health Care
Assignment 1: Individual Essay
Student name: Student ID: Mark: /100 Date:
Part 1: Learning Outcome 1 – Identify socio-political and cultural determinants of health that affect individual, whanau/family, organisations and communities and analyse the implications for healthcare outcomes in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Marks
Achieved
a. Identify one sociopolitical determinant of health and provide specific links to how it affects individuals and whanau in New Zealand. The links between
chosen sociopolitical determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and
Whanau in New Zealand are excellent, clear, logical, and explained well and supported by references.
The links between
chosen sociopolitical determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and Whanau in New Zealand are good and accurate clearly explained, and well supported by references.
The links between
chosen sociopolitical determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and Whanau in New
Zealand are fair and emerging and reasonably supported by references.
The links between chosen socio-political determinants of health and how they affect individuals and
Whanau in New
Zealand are identified but simplistic, and information is not supported by references. The links between
chosen sociopolitical determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and Whanau in New Zealand are not identified.
Information is not referenced.
No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
5 4 3 2 1 0 /5
b. Identify one cultural determinant of health and provide specific links to how it affects individuals and whanau in New
Zealand The links between chosen cultural determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and
Whanau in New Zealand are excellent, clear, logical, and explained well and supported by references.
The links between chosen cultural determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and Whanau in New Zealand are good and accurate, clearly explained, and supported by references.
The links between chosen cultural determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and Whanau in New
Zealand are fair, emerging, and reasonably supported by references.
The links between chosen cultural determinants of health and how they affect individuals and
Whanau in New
Zealand are identified but simplistic, and information is not supported by references.
The links between chosen cultural determinants of health and how they affect
individuals and Whanau in New Zealand are not identified, and the information is not referenced.
No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
5 4 3 2 1 0 /5
c. Explain any health determinant that impacts the health of three different cultural or ethnic groups in Aotearoa/New
Zealand
Consistently evidence of the excellent explanation of the impact of any health determinant on three different cultural or ethnic groups in Aotearoa/New Zealand and well supported by references.
Sound evidence of the explanation of the impact of any health determinant on three different cultural or ethnic groups
in Aotearoa/New Zealand and supported by references. An emerging, adequate, and appropriate explanation of the impact of any health determinant on three different cultural or ethnic groups
in Aotearoa/New Zealand and supported by some references. A very simplistic and insufficient comparison of the impact of any health determinant on three ethnic groups in Aotearoa/New Zealand and information is not supported by references. A poor and unsatisfactory comparison or a mere description of the impact of the any health determinant on three ethnic groups in
Aotearoa/New Zealand, and the information not referenced. No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
10 – 9 8 -7 6 – 5 4 – 3 2 – 1 0 /10
d. Analyse the implications of any health determinant to the health outcomes in
Aotearoa/New
Zealand An exceptional analysis of the implications of any chosen health determinant to the health outcomes in Aotearoa/New Zealand and well supported by references.
A good and comprehensive analysis of the implications of any chosen health determinant to the health outcomes in
Aotearoa/New Zealand and supported by references. An emerging, adequate, and appropriate analysis implications of any chosen health determinant to the health outcomes in
Aotearoa/New Zealand and reasonably supported by references.
A very simplistic and insufficient analysis of the implications of any chosen health determinant to the health outcomes in
Aotearoa/New Zealand
and information is not
supported by references. A poor and unsatisfactory analysis or a mere description of the implications of any chosen health determinant to the overall health outcomes in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the information not referenced. No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
10 – 9 8 -7 6 – 5 4 – 3 2 – 1 0 /10
Part 1 – Total /30
Part 2: Learning Outcome 2 – Examine the principles and concepts of primary healthcare as they relate to the Aotearoa/New Zealand context
Marks
Achieved
Analyse the five principles of primary healthcare. Please illustrate each
principle with an example from New Zealand Primary Health Care. An exceptional
analysis of all five primary health care principles. This section is
illustrated with
New Zealand based examples throughout and well supported by references.
A good and
comprehensive
analysis of five or fewer primary health care principles. This section is illustrated inconsistently with New Zealand based examples and supported by references. An emerging, adequate, and appropriate analysis of five fewer primary health care principles. This section is illustrated intermittently with
New Zealand based examples and reasonably supported by references.
A very simplistic and insufficient analysis of five or fewer primary health care principles. This section is sparingly illustrated with New Zealand based examples, and/or the information is not supported by references. Poor and unsatisfactory analysis of five or fewer primary health care principles in New Zealand. This section is not
illustrated with New Zealand based examples and is seldom supported by references. No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
30 – 26 25 – 20 19 – 15 14 – 8 7 – 1 0 /30
Part 2 – Total /30
Part 3 – Learning Outcome 3 Analyse health promotion theories and frameworks for professional health practices to develop a theoretical health promotion project
Marks
Achieved
a) Develop a Health Promotion Project addressing one of the identified health challenges in New Zealand/Aotearoa. The project must include a vision, background, challenges, and future plans. The health promotion project should propose suggestions relevant to current New Zealand health outcomes and sociopolitical context. An exceptionally rationalised and logical Health Promotion Project
that skillfully
addresses one identified health challenge in Aotearoa/New Zealand. The section is clear and includes all four aspects mentioned below
• Vision,
• Background
• Challenges and
• Future plans. A comprehensively rationalised and realistic Health
Promotion Project
that clearly addresses one identified health challenge in Aotearoa/New Zealand. The section includes all four or fewer aspects mentioned below
• Vision,
• Background
• Challenges and
• Future plans. An adequately rationalised and reasonably articulated Health Promotion Project that moderately addresses the identified health challenge in Aotearoa/New Zealand. The section includes all four or fewer aspects mentioned below
• Vision,
• Background
• Challenges and
• Future plans. A very simplistically rationalised and illogical Health
Promotion Project minimally addresses the identified health challenge in
Aotearoa/New
Zealand. The section includes all four or fewer aspects mentioned below
• Vision,
• Background
• Challenges and
• Future plans. A poorly rationalised and unsatisfactorily developed Health
Promotion Project that seldom addresses the health challenges in Aotearoa/New Zealand. The section includes all four aspects or fewer aspects
mentioned below
• Vision,
• Background
• Challenges and
• Future plans. No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
10 – 9 8 -7 6 – 5 4 – 3 2 – 1 0 /10
b) Analyse the application of any two action points of the Ottawa Charter as the global framework for the Health Promotion Project that you developed. An exceptional analysis of the application of any two action points of the Ottawa Charter to the
Health Promotion Project and an excellent and consistent A sound analysis of the application of any two or less action points of the Ottawa Charter to the Health
Promotion Project and a good but inconsistent An adequate analysis of the application of any two or less action points of the Ottawa Charter to the Health
Promotion Project and a reasonable A simplistic analysis of the application of any two or less action points of the Ottawa Charter to the Health
Promotion Project and unrealistic justification of the proposed development plan. Poor and unsatisfactory analysis of the application of any two or fewer action points of the Ottawa Charter to the
Health Promotion
Project and non- No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
justification of the proposed development plan. justification of the proposed development plan. justification of the proposed development plan. specific justification of the proposed development plan.
10 – 9 8 -7 6 – 5 4 – 3 2 – 1 0 /10
c. Analyse one underpinning theory of the developed Health Promotion Project. Robust, in-depth analysis of the underpinning theory of the developed Health Promotion Project, with relevant supporting academic evidence. Logical and sound analysis of the underpinning theory of the developed Health Promotion Project, with relevant supporting academic evidence but need more clarity and detail. General and brief analysis of the underpinning theory of the developed Health Promotion Project, with some relevant supporting academic evidence. Minimal or inaccurate attempts to analyse the underpinning theory of developed
Health Promotion Project and the supporting evidence is not academic and/or
not relevant. Poor analysis and merely describes the underpinning theories of the developed Health Promotion Project. No evidence is presented or is incomprehensible.
10 – 9 8 -7 6 – 5 4 – 3 2 – 1 0 /10
Part 3 – Total /30
Referencing
Standards
All sources are acknowledged using APA 7 convections – intext and reference
list Consistently accurate in-text citation and referencing skills and an excellent use of a range of sources.
Good in-text citation and referencing skills with minor inaccuracies and a relevant selection of sources. Referencing and intext citation are moderately adhered to but have prominent inaccuracies, gaps, omissions, or errors.
Referencing and in-tex citation contains significant omissions in referencing and citatio issues. t Referencing and in-text citation
contain multiple
n fundamental
errors that do not accurately acknowledge the literature. No attempt was made to reference
5 4 3 2 1 0 /5
English Language
Standards Well-presented written language, grammar, vocabular, coherence and Work is consistently wellstructured and coherent. Accurate
use of spelling and comprehensive Work is structured with a good understanding of specialist terms and mostly wellwritten sections. Work is structured with some understanding of specialist terms and meaning apparent, but Work is poorly structured, and the level of language and writing is unclear and/or disorganised. Thoughts are not Work does not enable understanding
and English is presented with Submitted work is illegible, gibberish and writing style makes no apparent meaning.
structure.
Thoughts and views are expressed in a safe, respectful, accountable manner. understanding of specialist terms evident. Fluent language and writing style appropriate to the assignment with accurate grammar. English is presented with minor grammatical, vocabulary and/or coherency issues, but the meaning is well understood.
language and writing have issues throughout the assessment. There are more than five spelling, grammar, or syntax errors. expressed logically and coherently. There are frequent grammar and/or spelling mistakes making the
meaning unclear. significant repetitive and
consistent grammar and vocabulary issues throughout the section that is hard to comprehend.
5 4 3 2 1 0 /5
Total Marks /100
Please note, there will not be any provision of 0.5 marks. Therefore the tasks with total marks of 5, 10 or 30, will need you to accrue 3, 5 and 15 marks respectively to achieve the Learning Outcome.
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