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Note: If you are an online student, you will be required to complete this declaration on the TAFE NSW online learning platform when you upload your assessment.

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This assessment is my original work and has not been:

  • plagiarised or copied from any source without providing due acknowledgement.
  • written for me by any other person except where such collaboration has been authorised by the Teacher/Assessor concerned.

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Version:                                20210905

Date created:                       1 September 2021

Date modified:                     26/08/2022

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The contents in this document is copyright © TAFE NSW 2021 and should not be reproduced without the permission of TAFE NSW. Information contained in this document is correct at the time of printing: 26 August 2022. For current information please refer to our website or your Teacher/Assessor as appropriate.

Assessment instructions

Table 1Assessment instructions

Assessment details Instructions
Assessment overview The objective of this assessment is to assess your knowledge and performance in performing preliminary and ongoing physical health assessments of all body systems, gathering data that contributes to a person’s individualised health care plan. 

This unit applies to enrolled nursing work carried out in consultation and collaboration with registered nurses, and under supervisory arrangements aligned to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia regulatory authority legislative requirements.

The skills in this unit must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State/Territory legislation, Australian/New Zealand standards and industry codes of practice.

Assessment event number 2 of 4
Instructions for this  assessment This is a project-based assessment that assesses your knowledge and performance of the unit. 

This assessment is in 1 part:

1.      Research based.

And is supported by:

·         Appendix of templates.

·         Assessment feedback.

Submission instructions On completion of this assessment, you are required to submit it to your Teacher/Assessor for marking. Where possible, submission and upload of all required assessment files should be via the TAFE NSW online learning platform. 

It is important that you keep a copy of all electronic and hardcopy assessments submitted to TAFE and complete the assessment declaration when submitting the assessment.

What do I need to do to achieve a satisfactory result? To achieve a satisfactory result for this assessment you must answer all the questions correctly. 

If a resit is required to achieve a satisfactory result it will be conducted at an agreed time after a suitable revision period.

What do I need to provide? •        TAFE NSW student account username and password. If you do not know your username and password, contact your campus or service centre on 131601. 

•        Computer or other device with word processing software and internet access.

•        Writing materials, if required.

What the Teacher/Assessor will provide Access to this assessment and learning resources, including the student workbook and any supporting documents or links. 

Computers, data sheets, reference text, organisational policy etc that is referenced in the assessment. These may be hard copy or made available online.

Prescribed textbook: Koutoukidis, G, Stainton, K (2021) Tabbner’s Nursing Care (8th ed.) Elsevier, Chatswood (e-textbook).

Due date 

Time allowed

Location

Enter due date 

2 hours (indicative only)

Assessment is to be completed out of class.

Assessment feedback, review or appeals In accordance with the TAFE NSW policy Manage Assessment Appeals, all students have the right to appeal an assessment decision in relation to how the assessment was conducted and the outcome of the assessment. Appeals must be lodged within 14 working days of the formal notification of the result of the assessment. 

If you would like to request a review of your results or if you have any concerns about your results, contact your Teacher/Assessor or Head Teacher. If they are unavailable, contact the Student Administration Officer.

Contact your Head Teacher/Assessor for the assessment appeals procedures at your college/campus.

Part 1: Research based

For this assessment, you are required to complete 7 briefs and a bibliography.

Conduct research from the provided textbook and resources; and from research articles from library databases (optional) and document your research findings.

A word limit for each brief is indicated to provide you with guidance for the size of your research responses.

At the end of your project include a bibliography using APA reference style.(For guidelines use the following link: A guide to TAFE NSW referencing: APA 7 style)

Your responses must be submitted on a word document with each response clearly identified by the number, for example:

[Heading]Brief 1

[Sub-heading]Research and findings

You may use the table templates in the appendix or create your own format, which must still contain the information in the table headings and columns.

Once completed you will need to submit this assessment to your Teacher/Assessor for marking.

Brief 1

Complete a growth and development table based on the age and gender group stated for each person listed below.

You may use the Brief 1 table template in the appendix or create your own.

Your answer should be a minimum of 75 words but no longer than 100 words for each person’s growth and development table.

Person Points to consider
·      Jake: 11 months old boy 

·      Amelia: 24 months old girl

·      Ella: pre-school aged girl

·      Matilda: school aged girl

·      Hamish: 15 years/ adolescent boy

·      Barry: 59 years old male

·      William: 81 years old male

·      Physical growth 

Height, weight,head circumference

·      Psychosocial development

Development related tosocial factors, individual thoughtand behaviour

·      Cognitive development

Information processing,language learning

·      Motor skills development

Gross or fine motor skills

Brief 2

Select two theorists from the list below and give a brief outline of their theory of development.

Your answer should be approximately 75 words for each theorist.

Theorists

  • Erickson
  • Freud
  • Gesell
  • Piaget

Brief 3

Complete ahealth care needs table by identifying the health care needs of each person listed below, considering their age and gender.

You may use the Brief 3 table template in the appendix or use your own layout.An example has been provided in the template as a guide to what is expected.

Your answer for each person should be a minimum of 30 words.

Person

  • William: 81 year old male
  • Helen: 63 year old female
  • Jason: 40 year old male
  • Amelia: 24 month old girl

Brief 4

When conducting a health assessment on Barry, a 59-year-old male, and Jake, an 11 month-old boy, what are two problems you may encounter and what are some potential solutions for these problems?

You may use the Brief 4 table template in the appendix or use your own layout.

Your answer for each person should be a minimum of 30 words but no longer than 50 words.

Brief 5

Define the six components of health, including the physiological and psychosocial aspects of health.

Your answer should be a minimum of 50 words per health component.

Brief 6

Complete the developmental stages, health risks and major activities for the listed people in adolescence and adulthood.

You may use the Brief 6 table template in the appendix or use your own layout.

Your answer for each person should be a minimum of 30 words but no longer than 50 words.

Person

  • Hamish:15 year old male
  • Ashleigh:37 year old female
  • Steve:54 year old male 

Brief 7

Mr William Smith, 81 years old, was admitted to the ward with confusion and agitation. After you commenced the shift at 0700 hours, you noticed that Mr Smith was not responding to your verbal command, only to pain stimuli.

  1. How will you recognise if Mr Smith is deteriorating?
  2. How would you determine Mr Smith’s level of consciousness? Is there any particular tool that you might use to check his level of consciousness?
  3. How and when will you raise your concern for Mr Smith?

Your answers should be a minimum of 10 words but no longer than 50 words for each question. Dot points acceptable.

Appendix of templates

Brief 1 table template

Person Physical Growth Psychosocial Development Cognitive Development Motor Skills Development
Points to consider Height, weight, 

head circumference

Development related to 

social factors, individual thought

and behaviour

Information processing, 

language learning

Gross or fine motor skills
Jake: 

11 months old boy

Amelia: 

24 months old girl

Ella: 

pre-school aged girl

Matilda: 

school aged girl

Hamish: 

15 years/ adolescent boy

Barry: 

59 years old male

William: 

81 years old male

 Brief 3 table template

Person Health Care Needs
51 year old female Breast cancer check, cervical screening tests, pregnancy checks, immunisation checks, other health checks (BP, blood tests), medication assistance, also if person requires any assistance at home (meal assistance/housekeeping etc.)
William: 

81 year old male

Helen: 

63 year old female

Jason: 

40 year old male

Amelia: 

24 month old girl

Brief 4 table template

Person Problems you may encounter Potential solutions to address them
Barry
Jake

Brief 6 table template

Person Developmental stages Health risks Major activities
Hamish: 

15 year old male

Ashleigh: 

37 year old female

Steve: 

54 year old male

Bibliography:

Include a reference list using the APA style of referencing.