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Nursing Professional Practice
Value and Length:
Pass/Fail and 3000 words (approximately 1200 -1500 words per reflection)
This assessment requires you to provide an analytical synthesis of your reflection on how your views, knowledge and understanding of the National Safety and Quality Health Standards and their relevance to health care provision has changed and/or developed following your Specialised Care clinical experience.
You are required to select two National Safety and Quality Health Standards you applied/encountered in your clinical practice experience and write a reflection based on each standard.
This assessment has four key parts that you are required to address. It is essential that you incorporate evidence based literature and research to support your work:
Within each reflection you need to cover the following criteria:
2. Title page, with Assessment Topic/Title, Tutor, word count, use footer with student name and ID and number of pages
3. Contents page
4. Reference list
5. Presented in a scholarly format following APA 6th edition: Recommend Arial, size 11 font, indented paragraphs, 1.5 spacing, APA referencing. Pages numbered. Use headings in the body of your paper.
The analytical reflective essay provides an authentic task to extend and present academic enquiry related to the National Safety and Quality Health Standards. This authentic reflection activity is designed to further develop a student`s engagement with information processing and thinking skills and to synthesise ideas as a result of their engagement with the subject content. The reflection is an opportunity to complete the learning cycle of investigation of the concepts and practices related to the Standards that guide care provision.
The following section explains the essential elements of criteria to be included in the paper and a suggested word limit for each section. It is important that you are familiar with this aspect of the assessment prior to the undertaking of your clinical experience.
Criteria to be included
Key points to consider
A brief overview of the need for the Quality and Safety Standard relevant to the clinical setting. Analyse this standard in terms of patient safety in the Specialised Care Setting. Consider the details of the standard.
Analyse the major aims and objectives of the selected Quality and Safety Standard in the clinical setting. How were the aims and objective of the standard `observable` during the practice experience? Can you suggest how these Standard aims need to be adopted in the setting?
Reflect on your clinical experience:
Reflect using the Clinical Reasoning Cycle:
The “five rights” of the Clinical Reasoning Cycle include, the right cue, the right patient, the right time, the right action and the right reason.