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MOD005915 Promoting Health and Wellbeing

ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

MOD005915 Promoting Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing

Assessment

Health and Wellbeing Essay - Coursework

Assessment code:

011

Academic Year:

2021/22

Trimester:

2

Module Title:

Promoting Health and Wellbeing

Module Code:

MOD005915

Level:

5

Module Leader:

 

Weighting:

40%

Word Limit:

2,000 words

This excludes bibliography and other items listed in rule 6.75 of the

Academic Regulations:

http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/public/academic_regs.pdf

Assessed Learning Outcomes

1,2

Submission Deadline :

Please refer to the deadline on the VLE

WRITING YOUR ASSIGNMENT:

  • This assignment must be completed individually.
  • You must use the Harvard referencing system.
  • Your work must indicate the number of words you have used.  Written assignments must not exceed the specified maximum number of words.  When a written assignment is marked, the excessive use of words beyond the word limit is reflected in the academic judgement of the piece of work which results in a lower mark being awarded for the piece of work (regulation 6.74).
  • Assignment submissions are to be made anonymously. Do not write your name anywhere on your work.
  • Write your student ID number at the top of every page.
  • Where the assignment comprises more than one task, all tasks must be submitted in a single document.
  • You must number all pages.

SUBMITTING YOUR ASSIGNMENT:

In order to achieve full marks, you must submit your work before the deadline. Work that is submitted late - up to five working days after the published submission deadline - will be accepted and marked.  However, the element of the module’s assessment to which the work contributes will be capped with a maximum mark of 40%.

Work cannot be submitted if the period of 5 working days after the deadline has passed (unless there is an approved extension). Failure to submit within the relevant period will mean that you have failed the assessment.

Requests for short-term extensions will only be considered in the case of illness or other cause considered valid by the Director of Studies Team. Please contact DoS@london.aru.ac.uk.  A request must normally be received and agreed by the Director of Studies Team in writing at least 24 hours prior to the deadline.  See rules 6.64-6.73: http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/public/academic_regs.pdf

Mitigation: The deadline for submission of mitigation in relation to this assignment is no later than five working days after the submission date of this work. Please contact the Director of Studies Team - DoS@london.aru.ac.uk. See rules 6.112 - 6.141: http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/public/academic_regs.pdf

ASSIGNMENT QUESTION - MOD005915 Promoting Health and Wellbeing

High blood pressure usually has no symptoms, which is why is it often referred to as the silent killer. The only way to know if you have it is to have your blood pressure checked regularly. Blood Pressure UK run an annual campaign ‘Know your numbers!’  encouraging adults to have their blood pressure checked.

Write an essay of 2,000 words answering the question below:

“To what extent do the concepts of health and well-being used to develop the campaign ŮKnow your Numbers!’  influence the health and well-being of the individuals who participate? What social determinants may influence the success of the campaign?’

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Use a standard essay format of introduction, main body and conclusion.

Your essay will demonstrate a clear understanding of concepts of health and well-being and their application to the named community group/ campaign. Throughout the essay you MUST focus your answer on concepts of health and well-being used by the named community group/ campaign and how these concepts impact on potential success of the community group/campaign. Support all discussions with relevant evidence e.g., examples, explanations, primary data. This should come from 5 - 6 additional quality academic sources that are correctly cited and referenced in addition to the core texts.

Core reading

Blood Pressure UK, n.d. Know your numbers [online] Available at:

http://www.bloodpressureuk.org/know-your-numbers/  (accessed 11/6/21).

Naidoo, J. and Wills, J. 2009. Foundations of Health Promotion. 4th ed.  London: Elsevier

CRITERIA / GRADE

0 - 29:

No evidence of Knowledge. No evidence of

Academic/Expressive/ Professional skills.

30 - 39:

Little evidence of knowledge.

Little evidence of use of scholarly conventions.

40 - 49:

Basic

Knowledge. Use of scholarly conventions inconsistent. Basic Academic/ Expressive/ Professional skills.

50 -59

Satisfactory knowledge base. Acceptable structure and accuracy of expression going beyond the descriptive at times.

60 - 69:

Good analysis- consistent use of scholarly Conventions.

Good Academic/ Expressive/

Professional skills.

70 - 79:

Excellent analysis-high level of intellectual rigour and consistency.

Excellent Academic/ Expressive/

Professional skills.

80 - 89:

Outstanding analysis; work.

Outstanding Academic/ Expressive/ professional skills and creativity

90 - 100:

Exceptional analysis; work.

Exceptional Academic/ Expressive/ professional skills and creativity

Knowledge and application of concepts of health and well-being. (40 marks)

Little or inadequate knowledge on the concepts of health and wellbeing. There may be an absence of theories or theories used may not be relevant. There will be no discussion of the concepts with regards to the intervention.

Little or inadequate use of supporting evidence. Sources used may be missing or not academic quality. MOD005915 Promoting Health and Wellbeing

The concepts used are described briefly; there is limited discussion with regards to application of concepts to the intervention.

There is limited evidence provided to support the discussion.

Lacking explanation or examples.

Limited use of relevant quality academic sources.

The essay/ briefing paper will identify the main issues and demonstrate knowledge of concepts of health and wellbeing.

However, the theories are mainly described with limited application.

Basic use of supporting evidence; some explanations or examples are missing. Sources are mixed in quality; some are relevant academic but others more general.

Concepts are described and there is some relevant application to the intervention, although this could be more detailed. The relationship between health and well-being is established although this may lack detail and examples

Discussion is generally supported by evidence from relevant explanations and examples.

Sources are mostly academic but the number of sources used may be limited

Concepts are described clearly with good discussion of concepts relevant to the intervention; there is a good balance between description and application.

Supporting evidence is provided throughout the discussions from a range of sources.

Good quality academic sources have been used.

Excellent application of the concepts to the intervention. The focus is clearly placed on those concepts relevant to the intervention.

Excellent use of varied types of supporting evidence obtained from a wide range of academic sources. To what extent do the concepts of health and well-being used to develop the campaign ŮKnow your Numbers!’  influence the health and well-being of the individuals who participate? What social determinants may influence the success of the campaign?

Outstanding application of the concepts to the intervention. The focus is clearly placed on those concepts relevant to the intervention.

Originality in application to then intervention.

Outstanding originality demonstrated through the use of supporting evidence and academix sources.

Exceptional application of the concepts to the intervention. The focus is clearly placed on those concepts relevant to the intervention.

Originality in application to the intervention.

Exceptional originality demonstrated through the use of supporting evidence and academic sources.

 

(0 - 11)

(12 - 15)

(16 - 19)

(20 - 23)

(24 - 27)

(28 - 31)

(32 - 35)

(36 - 40)

Analysis of the intervention in terms of concepts health and well-being. 

(50 marks).

This should include a discussion on the importance of the holistic concepts and impact of social/environmental factors on the intervention. 

To what extent do the concepts of health and well-being used to develop the campaign ŮKnow your Numbers!’  influence the health and well-being of the individuals who participate? What social determinants may influence the success of the campaign?

Little or inadequate analysis of the  concepts of health used by the intervention, no critical discussion of the impact of these concepts.

Discussion on the holistic approach may be missing or limited. Factors that influence the intervention are missing or irrelevant.

Major content omission.

Little or inadequate use of supporting evidence. Sources used may be missing or not academic quality.

Limited analysis of the concepts of health used by the intervention, no critical discussion of the impact of these concepts.

Discussion on the holistic approach may be missing or limited. Factors that influence the intervention are missing or irrelevant. Significant content omission.b There is limited evidence provided to support the discussion.

Lacking explanation or examples.

Limited use of relevant quality academic sources

Basic analysis of the concepts of health used by the intervention including some critical discussion of the impact of these concepts.

Discussion on the holistic approach is basic. Factors that influence the intervention are identified but little discussion provided.

There may be some omissions.

Basic use of supporting evidence; some explanations or examples are missing.

Sources are mixed in quality; some are relevant academic but others more general

The essay may still be descriptive although there will be some examples of critical discussion relevant to the intervention.

A holistic approach is recognised as important; there may be a lack of depth in the discussion.

Factors that influence the intervention are identified with some discussion of the impact.

There may be some minor omissions in content.

Discussion is generally supported by evidence from relevant explanations and examples.

Sources are mostly academic, but the number of ources used may be limited

A good analysis: arguments will be supported with evidence, explanation or examples. There will be evidence of some independent research and original thinking.

There will be some critique of the health and well-being concepts in terms of the intervention. The importance of a holistic approach to health and well-being will be discussed.

Focused discussion on the factors that may influence the success of the intervention.

Supporting evidence is provided throughout the discussions from a range of sources.

Good quality academic sources have been used.

Excellent analysis of the concepts; the discussion is fully supported with evidence, explanation or examples relevant to the intervention. The sources demonstrate excellent management of resources. The discussion demonstrates some examples of originality and autonomy.

An excellent analysis of the intervention in terms of health and well-being.

Excellent use of varied supporting evidence obtained from a wide range of academic sources.

Outstanding analysis of the concepts; the discussion is fully supported with evidence, explanation or examples. The sources demonstrate outstanding management of resources and a high degree of autonomy.

A high degree of intellectual originality.

An outstanding analysis of the intervention in terms of health and well-being. Outstanding originality demonstrated through the use of supporting evidence and academic sources.

Exceptional analysis of the concepts; the  discussion is fully supported with evidence, explanation or examples. The sources demonstrate exceptional management of resources and a high degree of autonomy.

A high degree of intellectual originality.

An exceptional analysis of the intervention in terms of health and well-being.

Exceptional originality demonstrated through the use of supporting evidence and academic sources.

 

 

 

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(0-14)

(15 - 19)

(20-24)

(25-29)

(30-34)

(35 - 39)

(40-44)

(45-50)

Academic skills:

(10 marks). Structure of the essay/brief, expression of ideas and use of Harvard

Sources will not be relevant or there may be no use of sources to support the discussion.

Organisation of the answer will be disjointed with a lack of clarity of expression. Few, if any, citations or reference list.

Very weak academic skills demonstrated.

The structure lacks clarity. Expression will be weak or difficult to follow. There are errors in use of citations; the reference list will be inappropriate or inaccurately written.

The essay may demonstrate some difficulties with academic and intellectual  skills; not all questions may be fully answered.

Expression may lack accuracy in places.

Use of Harvard referencing is basic and contains errors in referencing and/or citations

Structure will be largely logical with acceptable accuracy of expression.

Harvard referencing is satisfactory; some errors may be present.

A clear and logical structure following essay/briefing paper conventions. Good clear expression although still may struggle to express more complex ideas. Few errors in

Harvard referencing. Omissions andinaccuracies will be minor.

A clear and logical structure following essay/briefing paper conventions. Excellent and accurate expression of ideas. Very few errors in Harvard referencing.

A clear and logical structure following essay/briefing paper conventions. Outstanding and accurate expression of ideas. No errors in citations or referencing.

A clear and logical structure following essay/briefing paper 

conventions. Exceptional and accurate expression of ideas.

No errors in citations or referencing

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