+1 (208) 254-6996 [email protected]

This written assessment requires you to provide a critical synopsis of a chosen aged care related to a media item. It is designed to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to acquire and apply knowledge that forms the basis of contemporary evidenced based practices. You are also expected to reflect on how this knowledge is important for your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse.

The task includes:

Don't use plagiarized sources. Get Your Custom Essay on
Critical Synopsis Of Media Item
Just from $13/Page
Order Essay

· Source a news item for a related to aged care from a popular media source – this could be a newspaper article, radio interview, blog or another source of online or hardcopy media (suitable online sites and hardcopy resources will be clarified by your tutor)

· Provide a synopsis (with the integration of key literature into this summary) that states the relevance of the media topic to aged care and describes why this is important knowledge for you in your role as a Student Registered Nurse and soon to be New Graduate Nurse.

· Review the content of the media item to identify the author’s argument.

· Critically examine the strengths of their claims against the current aged care literature.

· Identify any gaps in the information presented, implications for how this knowledge impacts on the care of older people and possible solutions for future care.

· Reflect on how this knowledge can influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse.

· The task is to be supported with literature published within 5 years unless referring to a core document (please see your tutor for assistance)

Length:1800 words (+/- 10%) submitted via Turnitin
Date:Grade:
CriteriaHD (85-100%)D (75-84%)C (65-74%)P (50-64%)Z (<50%)
A summary of one media item is provided. Outline the author’s argument and why the topic is relevant to aged care. Essay includes a softcopy or web link to media item (20%)Well-articulated summary, clear evidence of media items relevance to aged care. Author’s argument clearly identified and supported with examples from the media item. A web link or soft copy of the media item is included in the assessment. 20 – 17 marksClear summary with sound evidence of media items relevance to aged care. Author’s argument clearly described and supported with examples from the media item. A web link or soft copy of the media item is included in the assessment. 16 -15 markRelatively clear summary with sound evidence of media items relevance to aged care are clearly stated. Author’s argument stated and supported with examples from the media item. A web link or soft copy of the media item is included in the assessment. Some omissions are noted.14- 13 marksAdequate summary with evidence of media items relevance to aged care. Author’s argument is described and supported with examples from the media item. A web link or soft copy of the media item is included in the assessment. Some issues are stated with a lack of clarity or logic with some omissions noted. 12- 10 marksUnsatisfactory summary. Evidence of media items relevance to aged care or author’s argument is unclear or not supported by the media item. A web link or soft copy of the media item is not included in the assessment. Reoccurring issues of poor spelling, grammar or logic.9- 0 marks
Literature is accurately and critically reviewed in relation to the author’s argument. A minimum 6 high quality journal articles dated 2015-2020 are used in the analysis. (30%)Well-articulated critical review, integration of evidence of the author’s claims and 6 plus high-quality journals dated 2015 – 2020 that inform the topic of the media item. 30 – 25.5 marksClear critical review integration of evidence of the author’s claims and 6 plus high-quality journals dated 2015 – 2020 that informs the topic of the media item. Mainly spelling and grammatically error free. 25 -22.5 marksRelatively clear critical review use of evidence of the author’s claims and/or 6 high quality journals dated 2015 – 2020 that informs the topic of the media item. Some omissions are noted. Occasional poor sentence or paragraph structure.22 -19.5 marksAdequate critical review use of information of the author’s claims and high quality journals less than six that support person centred care planning. Some issues are stated with a lack of clarity, understanding or logic with some omissions noted. 15-19 marksUnsatisfactory critical review use of information from the media item. Minimal journal support or not within specific journal dates support person centred care planning. Or major problems are noted throughout with many spelling mistakes or grammatical errors 14.5 – 0 marks
Identify any gaps in the information and implications for how this knowledge impacts the care of older people and possible solutions for future consideration. (25%)Clear identification of gaps in the literature or areas for further research is described. Implications for how this knowledge impacts the care of older people and possible solutions for future consideration is well articulated and clearly described. 25 – 21 marksClear identification of gaps in the literature or areas for further research is described. Implications of how this information impacts the care of older people and possible solutions for future consideration are clearly described. 21-19 marksRelatively clear identification of gaps in the literature or areas for further research are described. Implications for how this knowledge impacts the care of older people and possible solutions for future consideration are provided. Some omissions are noted 18.5 – 16 marksAdequate identification of gaps in the literature or areas for further research is described. Implications for how this knowledge impacts the care of older people and possible solutions for future consideration are provided. Some issues are stated with a lack of clarity or logic with some omissions noted. 15.5 – 12.5 marksKnowledge gaps or areas for future research are incorrect or not identified. Implications of how knowledge impacts the care of older people and possible solutions for future consideration are not provided or are unrelated to the information presented from the critical review or media item. 12-0 marks
Reflect on how this knowledge can inform and/or influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse (25%)Well articulated reflection on how this knowledge can inform and/or influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse. Clear strategies and examples are provided. 25 – 21 marksClear reflection on how this knowledge can inform and/or influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse. Strategies and examples are provided. . 21-19 marksRelatively clear reflection on how this knowledge can inform and/or influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse. Strategies and examples are provided Some omissions noted or some strategies/examples are unrelated to the media topic area. 18.5 – 16 marksAdequate reflection on how this knowledge can inform and/or influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse. Examples of strategies to be implemented into practice are provided. Some issues are stated with a lack of clarity or logic with some omissions noted. 15.5 – 12.5 marksReflection does not clearly state how this knowledge can inform and/or influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse. Examples of strategies to be implemented into practice are not provided or unrelated. 12-0 marks

Specialist Aged Care Assessment 2: Critical synopsis of learning

92471 Assessment 3 Critical Synopsis of Media Item 2021 Template

Instructions:

· Review assessment guidelines and marking criteria

· Format 12pt font, double spaced text for essay

· A link or copy of your popular media source must be submitted with the assessment or emailed directly to the tutor.

· The task is to be supported with literature published within 5 years

1. Title

2. Introduction (100 – 120 words)

3. Summary of media item – Review the content of the popular media item stating relevance to aged care and identify the author’s argument.

(100 – 200 words)

4. A review of the aged care literature – Critically examine the strengths of their claims against the current aged care literature. Selected studies in this section are to be included in the literature table

(400 – 500 words)

5. Knowledge gaps identified from literature reviewed – What remains unanswered after a review of the literature, what still needs to be done, where to now?

(100 – 200 words)

6. Implications for the older person – How this knowledge impacts on the care of older people and possible solutions for future care

(200 – 300 words)

7. Importance to new graduate nurses – Reflect on why this information is important and how this knowledge can influence your future nursing practice as a soon to be New Graduate Nurse.

(100 – 200 words)

8. Conclusion (100 – 120 words)

9. References – UTS Harvard format. Should demonstrated wide reading. The reference list is not included in the word limit for this assessment

*Please remove all red text from this template before submission

Good Luck

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/sep/12/something-is-wrong-at-the-top-how-bupas-aged-care-homes-hit-rock-bottom

Order your essay today and save 10% with the discount code ESSAYHELP