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Assignment Briefs 10-25-2022

LO1 Examine the influence of theoretical models and methods of assessment and planning in practice in the workplace.

Unit 20: Care Planning Process in Healthcare Practice (L5)

Session: September 2022

Coursework

Recommended Word limit: 3,500 words

This Unit will be assessed by assignment with evidence of a report, case studies with care plan/ witness testimony and self-reflection are required

Avoid unprofessional language when writing the assignment (e.g., old people) You are strongly advised to read the brief before writing the assignment.

Discuss with your lecturer to know the evidence for this assignment that can also contribute to your PLAD portfolio

Use pseudonyms to protect the confidentiality

The unit is divided into parts 1& 2 Part 1 (LO1) - Report

LO1 Examine the influence of theoretical models and methods of assessment and planning in practice in the workplace.

Scenario:

You are working as a senior carer in a healthcare setting. The staff team have recently been reviewing their care plans and the approaches they use in making assessments of needs. Your role is to help the team develop a more appropriate care planning procedure that will deliver a quality health care. Therefore, the manager has asked you to produce a report

What to do:

  • Compare the different models of assessment and their implementation in healthcare
  • Discuss the application of theoretical perspectives to the care planning process in a healthcare setting.
  • Review how the legislative and regulatory framework that supports equality and diversity is reflected in the assessment and care planning process
  • Evaluate the influence of different theoretical perspectives on models of planning and assessment used in the workplace.

Part 2 - Case studies, witness testimony and report

LO2 Implement care plans in the workplace to meet desired outcomes for individuals

LO3 Review the challenges and benefits of planning person-centred care in the workplace

LO4 Reflect upon the impact of the planning of care on practitioners, individuals, family and carers in relation to own practice

Scenario:

Whilst on a work placement, you are required to contribute to assessments and development of care plans. You will be assessed based on your contribution to planning and implementation of care plans in the setting, and how you completed a self-review of your practice.

There are 3 parts to this activity where you would be required to create two real life case studies where you would create a care plan that would be implemented to meet the desired outcome of your service users or individual. After doing these two records of observations of your practice in promoting individual’s holistic care where you would review the challenges and benefits of planning a person – centred care in the workplace. Finally, a reflective account addressing the impact of the planning of care on practitioners, individuals, carers in relation to own practice. LO1 Examine the influence of theoretical models and methods of assessment and planning in practice in the workplace.

  1. Two real-life case studies that evidence your contribution to the care planning process and use of care plans in your workplace setting. You need to show evidence of a care plan you have used or been involved. (Please anonymise all personal details) Your submission can include any other work products that evidence your contribution (Care plan).
  2. Two records of observation of your practice in promoting an individual’s holistic wellbeing through effective communication when implementing plans of care in your workplace (Witness testimony)
  3. A critically reflective account that reviews of the care planning process and your provision of person-centred care, including the challenges faced in developing care plans that meet the needs of individuals and their required outcomes. Your review should be summative and suitably referenced. It should relate to personal development of ideas and experiences but should be underpinned by relevant and contemporary research (Report).

What to do

  1. Develop two case studies of individuals in your care (please anonymise all personal details) to provide a critical review of the challenges of developing care plans to meet the needs of the individual. Provide evidence of the care plan and answer the following questions. – See Appendix 1 for sample
  • Discuss responsibilities and duties of own role in promoting person centred care planning in reference to the individuals in the two case studies created
  • Demonstrate your own contribution to the care planning process and the use of care plan in setting (evidenced from care plan or witness testimony)
  • Review the application of the risk assessment process in promoting person-centred planning in own workplace
  • Critically review the challenges of developing care plans that meet the needs of individuals and their required outcome.
  • Discuss the barriers to implementing care planning in the setting
  • Review the benefits of the use of care plans in ensuring the needs of the individual are prioritised.

2. Two records of observation of your practice in promoting an individual’s holistic wellbeing through effective communication when implementing plans of care in your workplace (Witness testimony)- See Appendix 2

  • Demonstrate your own contribution to the care planning process and the use of care plan in setting (evidenced from care plan or witness testimony)
  • Demonstrate the promotion of an individual’s holistic wellbeing through effective communication when implementing a plan of care in own workplace (Witness testimony).
  • Review aspects of the care planning process in terms of its impact on the individual, family and/or carers, including a discussion of how the individual and their family have contributed to the evaluation of the care process
  • Explain the barriers to implementing care planning in the setting and discuss the strategies used to overcome barriers to effective planning
  • Conclude with an overall review of the benefits of the use of care plans in ensuring the needs of the individual are prioritised.

3. Reflective account

  • Provide a reflective account that review aspects of the care planning process in terms of its impact on the individual, family and/or carers, including a discussion of how the individual and their family have contributed to the evaluation of the care process
  • Critically discuss the importance of team work and leadership in developing supportive approaches for the individual and family in the planning of care
  • Critically reflect upon the planning process in relation to own practice in the healthcare setting.

Please also include copies of the anonymised care plans and examples of assessment tools used in your submission

The recommended word limit for each case study is 750 words, and 1,000-1500 words for the review. Any material that is derived from other sources must be suitably referenced using a standard form of citation. Provide a bibliography using the Harvard referencing system.

You will not be penalised for exceeding the recommended word limits.

You should use a variety of different resources to help you achieve the assessment criteria, including primary research and data, and these should be accurately referenced within the work using the Harvard referencing method. For each written element, a corresponding reference/bibliography page must also be included. You are expected to limit yourself to + or − 10% of the word count, though you will not be penalised for exceeding.

Relevant Information

To gain a Pass in BTEC HND Unit, you must meet ALL the Pass criteria; to gain a Merit, you must meet ALL the Merit and Pass criteria; and to gain a Distinction, you must meet ALL the Distinction, Merit and Pass criteria.

Unit 20: Care Planning Process in Healthcare Practice

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

Pass

Merit

Distinction

LO1 Examine the influence of theoretical models and methods of assessment and planning in practice in the workplace

 

 

D1 Evaluate the influence of different theoretical perspectives on models of planning and assessment used in the workplace

P1 Compare the different models of assessment and their implementation in healthcare

P2 Discuss the application of theoretical perspectives to the care planning process in a healthcare setting

M1 Review how the legislative and regulatory framework that support equality and diversity is reflected in the assessment and care planning process

 

 

 

LO2 Implement care plans in the workplace to meet desired outcomes for individuals

 

 

D2 Critically review the challenges of developing care plans that meet the needs of the individual and their required outcomes

P3 Discuss responsibilities and duties of own role in promoting person-centred care planning

P4 Demonstrate own contribution to the care planning process and use of care plans in the setting

M2 Demonstrate the promotion of an individual’s holistic wellbeing through effective communication when implementing a plan of care in own workplace

M3 Review the application of risk assessment process in promoting person-centred planning in own workplace

LO3 Review the challenges and benefits of planning person-centred care in the workplace

 

 

D2 Critically review the challenges of developing care plans that meet the needs of the individual and their required outcomes

P5 Discuss the barriers to implementing care planning in the setting

P6 Review the benefits of the use of care plans in ensuring the needs of the individual are prioritised

M4 Critically discuss the use of strategies developed to overcome any barriers to implementing care plans

LO4 Reflect upon the impact of the planning of care on practitioners, individuals, family and carers in relation to own practice

 

 

D3 Critically reflect upon the planning process in relation to own practice in the healthcare setting

P7 Discuss the ways in which the individual and family contributes to evaluation of the care process P8 Review aspects of the care planning process and their impact upon the individual, family and carers

M5 Critically discuss the importance of team work and leadership in developing supportive approaches for the individual and family in the planning of care

2. Guide to student

  1. Preparation guidelines of the Coursework Document
    1. All coursework must be word processed.
    2. Any assignments submitted with TEXT BOXES will not be accepted.
    3. Document margins must not be more than 2.54 cm (1 inch) or less than 1.9cm (3/4 inch).
    4. Font size must be within the range of 10 point to 14 points including the headings and body text (preferred font size is 11).
    5. Standard and commonly used type face, such as Arial and Times New Roman, should be used.
    6. All figures, graphs and tables must be numbered.
    7. Material taken from external sources must be properly referred and cited within the text using Harvard system
    8. Do not use Wikipedia as a reference.

2. Plagiarism and Collusion

Any act of plagiarism or collusion will be seriously dealt with according to the College regulations. In this context the definitions and scope of plagiarism and collusion are presented below:

Plagiarism is presenting somebody else’s work as your own. It includes copying information directly from the Web or books without referencing the material; submitting joint coursework as an individual effort.

Collusion is copying another student’s coursework; stealing coursework from another student and submitting it as your own work.

Suspected plagiarism or collusion will be investigated and if found to have occurred will be dealt with according to the College procedure (For details on Plagiarism & Collusion please see the Student Handbook).

LO1 Examine the influence of theoretical models and methods of assessment and planning in practice in the workplace.

3. Submission

  1. Initial submission of coursework to the tutors is compulsory in each unit of the course.
  2. The student must check their assignments on ICON VLE with plagiarism software Turnitin to make sure the similarity index for their assignment stays within the College approved level. A student can check the similarity index of their assignment up to five times in the Draft Assignment submission point located in the home page of the ICON VLE.
  3. All Final coursework must be submitted to the Final submission point into the Unit (not to the Tutor). The student would be allowed to submit only once and that is the final submission.
  4. Any computer files generated such as program code (software), graphic files that form part of the coursework must be submitted as an attachment to the assignment with all documentation.
  5. Any portfolio for a Unit must be submitted as an attachment in the assignment

4.  Good practice

  1. Make backup of your work in different media (hard disk, memory stick, etc.) to avoid distress due to loss or damage of your original copy.

5.  Extension and Late Submission

  1. If you need an extension for a valid reason, you must request one using an Exceptional Extenuating Circumstances (EEC) form available from the Examination Office and ICON VLE. Please note that the tutors do not have the authority to extend the coursework deadlines and therefore do not ask them to award a coursework extension. The completed form must be accompanied by evidence such as a medical certificate in the event of you being sick, and should be submitted to the Examination Office.
  2. Late submission will be accepted and marked according to the College procedure. It should be noted that late submission may not be graded for Merit and Distinction.
  3. All late coursework must be submitted to the Late submission point into the unit (not to the Tutor) in the ICON VLE. A student is allowed to submit only once and that is also treated as the final submission.

d.

If you fail in the Final Resubmission window.

or Late submission, you can resubmit in the

 

6.

 

Submission deadlines

 

 

Submission deadlines Final Submission date:

Late Submission date:

Online to the ICON VLE only 09 -14 January 2023

16 -21 January 2023

Glossary:

Analyse: Break an issue or topic into smaller parts by looking in depth at each part. Support each part with arguments and evidence for and against (Pros and cons).

Compare: Identify similarities and differences

Critically Evaluate/Analyse: When you critically evaluate you look at the arguments for and against an issue. You look at the strengths and weaknesses of the arguments. This could be from an article you read in a journal or from a text book.

Discuss: When you discuss you look at both sides of a discussion. You look at both sides of the arguments. Then you look at the reason why it’s important (for) then you look at the reason why it’s important (against).

Describe: When you give an account or representation of in words

Explain: When you explain you must say why it is important or not important.

Evaluate: When you evaluate you look at the arguments for and against an issue and then make judgments based on a set of guidelines.

Identify: When you identify you look at the most important points.

Implement: Put into action/use/effect

Recommend: Suggest/put forward as being appropriate, with reasons

Appendix 1: Health Care Plan Appendix 2 Witness testimony:

Appendix 1

Example Healthcare Plan

This is for reference only. Students are expected to use the format, and adhere to the requirements, of care planning/care plans in own workplace setting.

Unit 20: Care Planning Process in Healthcare Practice

PATIENTS MEDICAL INFORMATION

Relevant conditions, diagnosis and latest test results:

Significant past medical history:

Current medication:

Date of planned review of medications:

Allergies:

KEY ACTION POINTS

For example: guidance on intervention/deterioration, unmet need to support patient (specify)

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION (if appropriate)

Other support services e.g. local authority support, housing

Identification of whether the person is themselves a carer (formal or informal) for another person

Anticipatory care plan agreed:

YES /NO/N/A

Anticipatory drugs supplied: YES / NO/ N/A

Emergency care and             If yes, please specify outcome: treatment discussed:

YES / NO

e.g.: cardiopulmonary resuscitation – has the patient agreed a DNR or what treatment should be given if seizures last longer than x or y, etc.

Date of assessment: / /

 

Date of review(s):

 

 

Any special communication considerations (e.g. patient is deaf or language communication differences):

 

Any special physical or medical considerations (e.g. specific postural or support needs or information about medical condition – patient needs at least x mgs of drug before it works, etc.):

SIGNATORIES (if appropriate and / or possible)

Patient signature:

 

Date:

 

Carer (if applicable) signature:

 

Date:

 

Named accountable GP signature:

 

Date:

 

Care Coordinator signature (if applicable):

 

Date:

Appendix 2

Witness Statement

A witness statement is used to provide a written record of students’ performance against targeted assessment criteria. Anyone in the placement who has witnessed the skills being demonstrated can complete this witness statement. It can be someone who does not have direct knowledge of the qualification, unit or evidence requirements as a whole, but who is able to make a professional judgment about the performance of the student in the given situation.

The quality of a witness statement is greatly improved, and enables the Assessor to judge the standard and validity of performance against the grading criteria, if:

  • the witness is provided with clear guidance on the desirable characteristics required for successful performance
  • the evidence requirements are present on the witness testimony (this may need further amplification for a non-assessor)
  • the student or witness also provides a statement of the context in which the evidence is set.

The witness statement does not confer an assessment decision. The Assessor must:

  • consider all the information in the witness statement
  • note the relevant professional skills of the witness to make a judgement of performance
  • review supporting evidence when making an assessment decision
  • review the statement with the student to enable a greater degree of confidence in the evidence
  • be convinced that the evidence presented by the witness statement is valid, sufficient and authentic.

When a number of witnesses are providing testimonies:

  • it may be helpful to collect specimen signatures
  • all witness testimonies should be signed and dated by the witness
  • information of their job role/relationship with students should also be recorded.

These details add to the validity and authenticity of the testimony and the statements made in it. LO1 Examine the influence of theoretical models and methods of assessment and planning in practice in the workplace.

Assignment Brief – continues

Student name

 

Qualification

Level 5 HND in Healthcare Practice

Unit number and title

Unit: 20 Care Planning Processes in Healthcare Practice

List the assessment criteria for which the activity provides evidence

 

 

 

Description of activity/skill witnessed

 

Workplace Supervisor

 

Job role

* Workplace Supervisor signature

 

Date

Student name

 

Student signature

 

Date

 

Assessor name

 

Assessor signature

 

Date

 

         

* All forms must be accompanied by a stamp from workplace or a letterhead to authenticate the signature.

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