Living with chronic, complex illness and disability

OFFICIAL Holmesglen: SQ BNURS 11-May-2022 U:Higher EducationBACHELOR OF NURSINGSubject FoldersNSG3101Assessments & RubricsNSG 3101 Assessment 4_KC.docx
NSG 3101 Nursing Care C –
Living with chronic, complex illness and disability
ASSESSMENT 4
V
IDEO ANALYSIS & CASE STUDY REPORT
Marks /40 – Weighting 20%
Word Length – 1500 words +/- 10%
Due Date – Friday 3/6/22 at 11.59pm
LEARNING OUTCOMES
This assessment aligns to curriculum learning outcomes 1-11. Refer to the Subject
Guide for details.
ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW AND REQUIREMENTS –
This assessment requires students to examine the differences between chronic
illness management and palliative care management from a person – centred
perspective.
Students are required to watch the three videos “Betty’s Story” listed below as
the guide for constructing your case study report.
It is expected that you will undertake further research on the topic of chronic
renal disease and its trajectory to complete this assessment.
Analyse and discuss the differences between chronic illness management and
palliative care management from a person-centred perspective in relation to
Betty’s illness trajectory based on the three (3) videos that you have viewed
below which will guide your discussion.
Betty’s Story [videos]
1. Betty’s Story- PCC4U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woZUbH1BZJI&list=PLnpkhbKx-
6fUzjK5XRwsNVDT256KqbKVE

2. Betty’s Story- The Team Meeting
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twt8AoAvRUU&t=12s
3. Betty’s story: Betty’s Disease Progresses
https://youtu.be/vyUfdeykLgE
This assessment is formatted as a case study report which allows you to use
headings.
Evidence of your research, reading and understanding must be demonstrated
throughout the report using relevant referencing with
APA 7th. A minimum of 10
current and relevant (less than 7 years) references will be required for this paper.
Your case study report should include the following:
A clear introduction
which should include a brief overview of the topic, a definition in your own
words, of what is meant by “person-centred care” in chronic illness/disability
and an outline of what your report will discuss.
The body
Outline
the relevant symptoms, symptom management, multi-disciplinary
team involvement, treatments, and psychosocial supports in relation to both
early stage and end stage renal disease.
Compare and contrast the person-centred care that Betty would receive in
the early stages of chronic renal disease, with the person-centred care she
would receive in the palliative (end stage) of her renal disease using the
videos and further in depth research to formulate your discussion.
A conclusion
which summarises all that you have discussed in your paper and clearly
demonstrates your understanding of the differences between early and end
stage renal disease from a person-centred perspective.

Please refer to the assessment rubric for further clarification regarding
assessment requirements and marks allocated.
Upload your completed paper to Brightspace (in word document) along with a
separate assessment coversheet to the assessment 4 drop box. Please ensure you
submit to the right drop box.
Your submission should be presented as per assessment presentation
requirements:
• Font size 12 Arial.
• Leave a 3cm margin on the left side of the page.
• Double space lines to allow space for teacher comments.
• Footer should include page numbers, Subject Code, Assessment Name
and number, and SID.
• Include an assignment title page as the first page of the document.
• Work must be presented in Word format unless otherwise advised.
Work submitted in PDF form will not be marked.
• Proof-read and edit your essay before submission
• Do not use paraphrasing tools, translation apps or other people’s work
without referencing
Please refer to the following library link if you need assistance with research
and referencing:
https://holmesglen.edu.au/Students/Library/Research-and-Referencing/