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Diploma of Community Healthcare and Support Level 7
Course Code & Title: HLTH7001: Professional Practice and Legislation
Credits/Level: 15/7
Assignment 1: Public Health Report
Version: V4.2
Term & Cohort:
Due date:
Overall Weighting: 60%
Total marks available 100
Tutor:
Purpose
• To facilitate the development of critical inquiry skills to engage students in the analysis of Public Health Care.
• To investigate the roles, functions and legislation related to health services and the role and scope of practice of the healthcare professional in those services. This will gain an orientation to the breadth of possible employment opportunities enabling them to make an informed decision regarding their future employment.
Graduate Profile Outcomes (GPO’s)
1
Apply knowledge relevant to health issues to assist in the enhancement of the health of the individuals and whanau/families, organisations and communities.
3
Evaluate how well the holistic health needs of individuals, whanau/families, organisations and communities are met through the provision of and access to health services.
4
Analyse concepts of health caregivers’ role including: Legislation, Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi and health ethics.
Learning Outcomes:
This assessment relates to the following learning outcomes:
LO 1 Articulate the essence of Public Health Legislation and services and explain the importance of ethical practice in healthcare.
LO2 Differentiate the roles and responsibilities of Public Health care.
LO3 Compare and Contrast the scope of the practice of Public Health care.
To pass the assessment, you must meet all the stated learning outcomes (LOs) and must achieve 50% marks in tasks addressing the LOs.
Assessment
Learning outcomes: 1, 2 & 3
Task: Public Health Report Word count: 2500 words +/- 20% Due date:
Assessment Guidelines
Write a report including the following:
1. Introduction (approximately 200 words)
• Provide of brief introduction/overview of your report, the content of each subsection, including your findings.
2. Identify, compare, and contrast any NZ Public Health Intervention/initiative in relations to the three core areas of Public Health. (Approximately 700-850 words) (LO3)
• Select any NZ Public Health intervention/initiative and provide a detailed analysis.
• Compare and contrast this intervention/initiative with the three key principles of Public Health
1. Health Promotion
2. Health Protection
3. Health Prevention
3. Identify, explain, and critique the role of Public Health services in NZ. (Approximately
700-850 words) (LO1)
• Identify and critique two legislations that govern, regulate, and/or influence the provision of public health services in New Zealand/Aotearoa. Provide relevant example(s) to back up your explanation/support your discussion.
• Identify and critique two ethical principles that govern, regulate and/or influence the provision and decision making when it comes to the public health services in the context of New Zealand/Aotearoa. Provide relevant example(s) to back up your explanation/support your discussion.
4. Differentiate the roles and responsibilities of Public Healthcare in New
Zealand/Aotearoa. (Approximately 700-850 words) (LO2) Your discussion will focus on:
• Clearly describe, differentiate, and compare the five roles and responsibilities of Public Health care in in New Zealand/Aotearoa.
• Discuss the significance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi in relation to the roles of Public Healthcare in New Zealand/Aotearoa.
5. Conclusion (approximately 200 words)
• Provide a summary of your report/conclusion.
6. References APA (7th edition) format
Marking criteria
HLTH7001: Professional Practice and Legislation
Assessment 1: Public Health Report
Student Name: Student ID: Mark: /100 Weighting: 60% Date:
Criteria Mark
Part 1
Introduction, including the following:
• overview
• sub-sections
• findings An excellent introduction for all sections. Excellent clarity.
The introduction has a good outline and includes all sections. An acceptable outline with some shortfalls. Some details are missing or incomplete. The introduction is either incomplete, not addressed clearly or irrelevant to the topic. No attempt to include an introduction.
6 5-4 3 2-1 0 /6
Part 2 LO 3 Excellent Good Adequate Limited/Inadequate Very Limited/No Attempt
Identify, compare, and contrast any NZ Public Health Intervention/initiative in relation to the three core areas of Public Health.
Compare and contrast this intervention/initiative with An excellent level of analysis and critique of Health Intervention has been demonstrated.
A wide range of literature review has been conducted to identify, compare, and contrast Public Health Intervention Good analysis and reasonable critique of Public Health Intervention has been demonstrated.
A reasonable range of literature review has been conducted to identify, compare, Adequate analysis and some critique of
Public Health Intervention has been demonstrated.
An acceptable range of literature reviews has been conducted to identify, compare, and contrast Public Health Intervention Limited/Inadequate analysis and critique of Public Health Intervention.
An inadequate range of literature review has been conducted to identify, compare, and contrast Public Health Intervention against three key Very limited or no attempt to analyse and critique of Public
Health
Intervention.
No literature review has been attempted to identify, compare, and contrast
the three key principles of
Public Health
- Health Promotion
- Health Protection
- Health Prevention against three key principles in
NZ/Aotearoa.
An excellent degree
of critical thinking has been demonstrated. and contrast Public
Health Intervention against three key principles in
NZ/Aotearoa.
A reasonably good degree of critical thinking has been demonstrated. against three key principles in
NZ/Aotearoa.
An acceptable level
of critical thinking has been demonstrated. principles in
NZ/Aotearoa.
A very limited degree of critical thinking. Public Health Intervention against three key principles in
NZ/Aotearoa.
No evidence of
critical thinking.
24 - 21 20- 16 15 -12 11 - 6 5 - 0 /24
Part 3 LO 1 Excellent Good Adequate Limited/Inadequate Very Limited/No Attempt
Identify, explain, and critique the role of Public Health services in NZ/Aotearoa.
• Identify and critique two legislations that govern, regulate, and/or influence the provision of public health services in New
Zealand/Aotearoa. TWO relevant legislation and TWO ethical principles that influence govern, regulate, and/or influence the provision of public health services have been identified, explained, and critique extensively.
An excellent degree of critical thinking has been demonstrated.
TWO relevant legislation and TWO ethical principles that influence govern, regulate, and/or influence the provision of public health services have been identified, explained, and analysed constructively.
A reasonably good degree of critical TWO relevant legislation and TWO ethical principles that influence govern, regulate, and/or influence the provision of public health services have been identified, explained, and analysed, but somewhat limited.
An adequate analysis and a limited degree
of critical thinking have been demonstrated. Suggested New
Zealand legislation and/or ethical principles are either not addressed adequately or/and not relevant and/or not contextualised.
Very limited critical thinking or analysis. Most examples are irrelevant.
Limited or no attempt to identify, critique and/or explain the New Zealand legislation and relevant ethical principles that affect the provision of the Public Health Services.
No critical thinking or analysis. Irrelevant examples.
• Provide a relevant example(s) to back up your
explanation/support your discussion. Identify and critique two ethical principles that govern, regulate and/or influence the provision and decision making when it comes to the public health services in the context of New
Zealand/Aotearoa. Provide a relevant example(s) to back up your All examples are clear, well justified, and comprehensive.
thinking has been demonstrated.
Most examples are clear, justified, and comprehensive.
Most examples are relevant but not well explained.
explanation/support your discussion.
24 - 21 20 - 16 15 - 12 11 - 6 5 - 0 /24
Part 4 LO2 Excellent Good Adequate Limited/Inadequate Very Limited/No Attempt
Differentiate the roles and responsibilities of Public
Healthcare in New Zealand/Aotearoa.
• Clearly describe, differentiate, and compare the five roles and responsibilities of
Public Health care in
New
Zealand/Aotearoa. 5 roles and responsibilities are identified, compared, and differentiate in depth with relevant supporting literature.
The significance of
Te Tiriti o
Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi in relation to the roles of the Public
Healthcare in New Zealand/Aotearoa has been analysed in-depth, 4 roles and responsibilities are identified, compared, and contrasted indepth with relevant supporting literature. Or 5 roles and responsibilities are identified, compared, and contrasted with relevant supporting literature but need more clarity and detail.
3 or 2 roles and responsibilities are identified, compared, and contrasted in-depth with relevant supporting literature. Or 4 roles and responsibilities are identified, compared, and contrasted with relevant supporting literature but need more detail and clarity.
An attempt has been made to analyse the impact of Te Tiriti o
Just 1 role and responsibility is identified, compared, and contrasted with relevant supporting literature.
Or roles and responsibilities of Public Health Care in New Zealand are identified but not compared. They are either addressed inadequately, vaguely, or irrelevantly.
Limited or no attempt to Identify,
compare and contrast roles and responsibilities of Public Health Care in New Zealand.
Limited or no attempt to address the
impact of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi on the roles and responsibilities of Public Health Care.
• Discuss the significance of Te
Tiriti o
Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi in relation to the roles of Public Healthcare in New
Zealand/Aotearoa.
with relevant supporting literature. The impact of Te
Tiriti o
Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi on the roles and responsibilities of Public Health care is analysed briefly, with some relevant supporting literature Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi on the roles and responsibilities of Public Health but need more detail and clarity.
Supporting literature has limited relevance. The impact of Te
Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi is either not addressed adequately or not relevant to the context.
24 - 21 20 - 16 15 - 12 11 - 6 5 - 0 /24
Conclusion
Summarise the main points of the report in a logical and concise manner. All main points of the report are concisely and logically summarised. No new information/facts were provided. Most of the main points of the report are summarised well. No new information/facts provided. Few points of the report are mostly summarised, but clarity is missing.
The main points of the report are vaguely summarised. Not well connected to the main body of the report.
Limited or no attempt to summarise the report.
No connection to the main body of the report.
10 - 9 8 - 7 6 - 5 4-1 0 /10
Referencing APA (7th) referencing, and intext citation are APA(7th) referencing, and APA(7th) referencing, and intext citation is followed but several Referencing and intext citation contains multiple fundamental errors No attempt was made to reference
consistently accurate.
in-text citation is mainly accurate.
A couple of errors for quotes, in-text citations & reference formatting noted.
errors for quotes, intext citations & reference formatting are noted. that do not accurately acknowledge the literature.
6 5-4 3 2-1 0 /6
Language Standards Fluent language and writing style appropriate to the assignment with accurate grammar and spelling. Thoughts and ideas are expressed in a coherent and logical manner. Language and
writing style is mainly fluent.
Grammar and
spelling are mainly accurate. Thoughts and ideas are expressed in a coherent manner. There are no more
than five spelling, grammar, or syntax errors. Meaning apparent but language and writing not always fluent. Meaning is apparent but language and writing are not always fluent. Thoughts and ideas are expressed in a manner that needs better coherence. There are more than five spelling, grammar, or syntax errors. The level of language and writing is unclear and/or disorganized. Thoughts are not expressed in a logical and coherent manner. There are frequent grammar and/or spelling mistakes making the meaning unclear The meaning is not apparent because of the low level of language and serious grammar and/or spelling mistakes.
6 5-4 3 2 1-0 /6
/100
Please note, there will not be any provision of 0.5 marks. This means the tasks with total marks of 5,15 or 25, you need to get 3,8 and 13 marks respectively to achieve the LO.
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General information about this assessment
1. A minimum mark of 50% must be achieved to pass this assessment.
2. You are required to keep a soft copy of the submitted assessment.
3. You are required to hand in your assessment on or before the due date.
4. Your assessment is to be submitted through Turnitin via Canvas.
5. All students are required to attach the signed assessment coversheet with their final submission (the end page of this document).
English Writing and Layout Requirements
1. Use the APA(7th) referencing format for all resources; both in-text citation and reference list (see marking guideline).
2. Your written work is to be typed out in a Word document.
3. Aim for your submission to be grammar and spelling error-free.
4. You need to format your work in the following way:
? Font Style: either Calibri or Times New Roman
? Font size: not less than 12pt for the main content, and no more than 14pt for section headings.
? Line Spacing: 1.5 lines
? Margins: leave margins of 2.54cm all around the page.
? Include Your student ID, Course Number, Cohort Number, and date of submission in the “header” of all pages (excluding the cover page).
? Insert page numbers into the “footer” of all pages.

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