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Assignment Briefs 12-20-2022

Accurately analyse key concepts/principles/theories or issues (to do this you need to examine the component parts of those concepts etc).

SHGM104J ASSIGNMENT

PREPARATION

 

Unseen exam (45 minutes) 50%

­3 short answer questions will assess students’ understanding of the basic principles of nutrition, as well as assess their evaluation skills and critical awareness on public health nutrition related topics.

 

Assessment

Coursework - 2500 words (1500 words literature review 500 words or equivalent promotional material 500 intervention evaluation) 50%

­2500 word intervention plan on a nutrition related topic of the student’s choice. This will include 1500 word literature review on the evidence base of the intervention, 500 words (or equivalent) audience appropriate health promotion material (poster, social media campaign, lecture etc) and 500 words of the proposed evaluation of the intervention’s goals

Standard level 7 marking grids apply

Students are required to pass both components to pass the module but are only required to redo failed elements

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Marking marking


criteria- What is level 7 grid?

 

Level 7 means master’s course level –You mind find the assignment or what is expected more challenging than your undergraduate assignments.

 

At this level, we expect students to be able to;

1. Accurately analyse key concepts/principles/theories or issues (to do this you need to examine the component parts of those concepts etc).

2. Combine component parts into a new and coherent whole or propose alternative solutions (synthesise)

3. Consider and apply the new material systematically and creatively in relation to the question posed (or to particular cases or situations ) and consider the appropriateness of that application.

4. Critically evaluate the evidence that has been used (To do this you need to have critiqued the evidence you have referred to)

5. Make judgements about the question in hand and defend those judgements utilising the available evidence

6. Show originality in tackling and solving problems

7. Communicate the results of your reading and thinking accurately and with a coherent structure and argument (it needs to make sense).

8. Meet the specific requirements of the assessment (To do this, you need to answer the question or complete the task that has been set).

 

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Marking marking

criteria- What is level 7 grid?

 

There are 4 areas that we are awarding marks for:

1. Knowledge, Understanding, Analysis & Application (How the topic         The mark classification for level 7 is: has been explained and how the pros and cons of the topic have been identified)

 

1. Distinction 70+

 

2. Structure & Organisation

3. Use of Evidence (background reading and review of the evidence)

4. Evaluation and Synthesis (How the evidence has been used to draw conclusions about the topic.

2. Merit 60-69

3. Pass 50 -59

4. Fail 49 or less

 

 

Full level 7 grid available on Canvas Please make sure you read through it BEFORE you start writing your assignment

 

This is what differentiates masters from undergraduate

 

Unseen exam (45 minutes) 50%

­3 short answer questions will assess students’ understanding of the basic principles of nutrition, as well as assess their evaluation skills and critical awareness on public health nutrition related topics.

 

Assessment

Coursework - 2500 words (1500 words literature review 500 words or equivalent promotional material 500 evaluation) 50%

­2500 word intervention plan on a nutrition related topic of the student’s choice. This will include 1500 word literature review on the evidence base of the intervention, 500 words (or equivalent) audience appropriate health promotion material (poster, social media campaign, lecture etc) and 500 words of the proposed evaluation of the intervention’s goals.

 

Standard level 7 marking grids apply

 

Students are required to pass both components to pass the module but are only required to redo failed elements

 

Iron and folic acid supplements as part of antenatal care.

 

Coursework topics (choose 1)

Vitamin D deficiency in children.

 

Diet and Hypertension.

Diet and Dental Hygiene.

 

Coursework

 

3 elements:

1. 1500 word literature review on the evidence base of the intervention.

2. 500 words (or equivalent) audience appropriate health promotion material (poster, flyer, infographic etc.)

3. 500 words of the proposed evaluation of the intervention’s goals.

 

 

Literature review

 

Remember, 1500 words is VERY short. In order to go deep enough you need to select a narrow topic.

 

Go for depth rather than breadth  

You are here

 

Remember the synthesis element of the marking grid – you need to demonstrate that you can draw your own conclusions form the literature The goal of the literature review is to find what is the best solution to the problem

 

The introduction should be quite brief don’t spend too much of the word count on general statements. Get to the point as soon as you can!

 

Promotional material (poster/flyer/infographic)

 

This is your chance to be creative if you want to!

The promotional material need to be connected with your lit review.

If information that appear in the promotional material are not backed up by evidence in the lit revies you will be marked down for inappropriate use of evidence

 

The promotional material need to use appropriate language and terminology for your target population

 

The goal of the promotional material is to transfer the knowledge you got from the literature review to your audience

PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL –

EXAMPLES

 

Promotional material – Examples

PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL –

EXAMPLES

 

Proposed evaluation

Remember the ABCD of Nutritional assessment

Anthropometric: measurement of physical dimensions and gross composition of the body (e.g., height, weight, circumferences, skinfold thickness, bioelectrical impedance, etc.)

Biochemical or laboratory: measurement of a nutrient or its metabolite in blood/feces/urine or of other components in blood/other tissues that are linked to a nutrient`s function in the body (e.g., haemoglobin, lipoproteins, etc.)

Clinical: personal and family medical/health history and physical examination (e.g., muscle wasting, loss of tooth enamel, ascites, etc.) – could involve nutritional screening tools

Dietary: measuring the quantity and quality of foods and beverages (+ dietary supplements) consumed over the course of one or more days (e.g., 24h dietary recall, food diary, FFQ, etc.)

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