NSB026 ASSESSMENT ITEM 2: Online case study presentation and peer review

Lillian Vargas

NSB026
ASSESSMENT ITEM 2: Online case study presentation and peer review
Due date:
• Online case study presentation (part one) submitted to your tutorial group wiki page on blackboard by midday Friday 22nd April (week 7).
• Peer review (part two) submitted to Turnitin by midday Friday 6th May (week 9).
PART ONE: Online case study presentation
Unit weighting: 20%
Length: 15 minutes maximum. Any material exceeding 15 minutes will not be marked.
Task requirements: This assessment builds on the feedback you received for the case study abstract. It is designed to provide you with an opportunity to discuss the clinical priorities in the management of the case, which will form the basis of assessment item 3.
› A key part of this assessment is identifying key sources of evidence you will use to critically analyse your case study in assessment 3 based on a review of the literature.
You should use a maximum of 10 narrated PowerPoint slides (excluding references). Instructions for creating and submitting your presentation online are available on blackboard. The structure of your case study presentation should clearly address the following points:
• Provide a comprehensive clinical handover of your patient using the ISBAR approach. During the “assessment” component, make sure you discuss ALL of the patient’s clinical problems and how these were managed with nursing and/or collaborative interventions. Further, in the
“recommendation” component, identify 1 or 2 of the priority clinical problems that will be the focus of assessment item 3. (8 slides maximum)
• Review the literature to identify the highest quality evidence-based literature available (i.e., clinical guidelines and systematic reviews ) that is most relevant to the 1 or 2 clinical priorities you have chosen to address in assessment 3. Justify how and why you chose this literature in the analysis of your case study. You should explain why this literature is related to the case study and how it supports (or does not support) the interventions for the patient. (2 slides maximum)
Very important point: You must maintain patient confidentiality when completing this assessment. Any patient data used must be de-identified so that the patient remains anonymous.
Late submission of assignments: Assessment submitted after the due date without an approved extension will not be marked and will receive a mark of zero. Please be aware that a presentation submitted even 1
minute after it is due will receive a mark of zero. If special circumstances prevent you from meeting the assessment due date, you can apply for an extension. If you don’t have an approved extension you should submit the work you have completed by the due date and it will be marked against the assessment criteria.
Grading and feedback: CRA feedback will be provided by your tutor.
NSB026
PART TWO: Peer review
Unit weighting: 20%
Length: Maximum of 1000 words (excluding references) for the following 2 questions (approximately 500 words each).
Task requirements: Select one other student’s online case study presentation that interests you from your allocated tutorial group wiki page and answer the critical thinking questions below based on that presentation.
Imagine you are the RN receiving handover to take responsibility for this patient:
1. To provide clinically astute and patient-centred care over the coming shift, justify what you believe was the most important information from the ISBAR handover and/or what additional information you would have liked presented.
2. Justify whether you agree with the recommendations made about the patient’s priorities of care.
› Demonstrate your clinical reasoning skills by giving specific and well justified answers about planning this patient’s care. Do not simply comment on what was good or bad about the student’s presentation.
Format of assignment: Your answers should be written in a scholarly way and prepared with:
• Clear identification of the student presentation on which your peer review is based (i.e., student name/number and presentation title)
• Single-sided printing
• 3 cm margins on all sides, double-spaced text
• Times new roman, font size 12
• QUT APA style referencing (see http://www.citewrite.qut.edu.au/)
• Use the questions above as headings to structure your answers
While there is no specific number of references required for your peer review, as a guide you should have cited at least 8 journal articles.
Late submission of assignments: Assessment submitted after the due date without an approved extension will not be marked and will receive a mark of zero. Please be aware that an assignment submitted even 1
minute after assignment minder closes will receive a mark of zero. If special circumstances prevent you from meeting the assessment due date, you can apply for an extension. If you don’t have an approved extension you should submit the work you have completed by the due date and it will be marked against the assessment criteria.
Please read the late assessment and extension policy here:
https://www.student.qut.edu.au/studying/assessment/late-assignments-and-extensions
Turnitin: Part two is submitted to your tutor via Turnitin, see:
http://www.els.qut.edu.au/blendedlearning/turnitin/tipsheets/student/how-to-use.jsp.
Grading and feedback: CRA feedback will be provided by your tutor.

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