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PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPARENCY AND TRUST IN HEALTH CARE LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

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PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPARENCY AND TRUST IN HEALTH CARE LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

PUN632: Assessment Item 2: Criteria Marking Sheet 2016

 

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Analysis anddiscussionof the relevance and importance of theprinciples of transparency and trust in health care leadership and management.

 

Your paper should clearly outline your opinion, backed by evidence regarding the relevance and importance  of transparency and trust  to

·         good governance

·         strategic decision making

·         effective leadership

·         organisational culture (including cultural safety)

·         staff and community engagement

·         organisational performance

·         organisational reputation

·         stakeholder relationships

in health care organisations.

 

Demonstrated understanding of the personal, organisational and systems barriers and constraints health care leaders face in the exercise of transparency, supported by evidence.

(n=45)

 

Evidence of a well developed understanding and analysis of the topic.

 

 

There is coherent development of ideas and logically reasoned opinion, supported by appropriate reference to the literature and discussed in depth.

 

 

The discussion includes application of general principles to health care organisations, health leadership and health management.

 

 

Evidence of a good understanding and analysis of the topic.

 

 

Offers a perceptive opinion informed by the literature.

 

 

 

 

 

The discussion includes application of general principles to health care organisations, health leadership and health management.

 

Evidence of a sound understanding and analysis of the topic.

 

 

Offers opinion informed by the literature.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The discussion includes application of general principles to health care organisations, health leadership and health management.

 

 

 

 

 

Evidence of a satisfactory understanding of the issuesand their application to the topic and setting.

 

Offers opinion on some of the issues, supported by reference to the literature.

In parts, the analysis and discussion needs more depth.

 

 

The discussion includes an attempt to apply general principles to the health care environment.

 

Demonstrates limited understanding or analysis of the topic.Analysis and discussion lacks clarity and depth.

 

Opinion, where offered, is not well reasoned or researched. Analysis and discussion lacks depth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has not demonstrated an understanding of the topic.

 

 

 

Organisation, Structure and Written Presentation

Clear, logical and evident structure to the organisation and presentation of the paper.

 

Demonstrates acceptable standards of written work.

(n=10)

The paper is well organised with a logical, clear and evident structure.

Carefully edited with no errors. 

 

Accurate referencing and appropriate length.

The paper is appropriately organised with a logical structure.

Carefully edited with few errors. 

 

Appropriate referencing and length.

The paper shows evidence of organisation and structure.

Well edited but with some errors that hinder readability.

Appropriate referencing and length.

The paper has a mostly satisfactory structure and presentation.

Satisfactory editing, but with a few errors that hinder readability.

Appropriate referencing and length.

The paper is poorly organised and lacks clear structure.

Poorly edited/errors that hinder readability. 

 

Referencing incomplete or inappropriate.

Length too long or too short.

The paper is disorganised with no clear structure. Multiple errors hindering readability.

 

Referencing incomplete and/or inappropriate. Length – too long or too short.

Use of Literature

Quality of and use of supporting literature and references

(n=5)

Excellent use of a wide variety of academically appropriate literature.

References used in an integrated manner that substantiates the assertions.

Very good use of academically appropriate literature.

References used appropriately to support assertions.

Good use of literature to support discussion and assertions.

Mostly adequate use of literature to support discussion and assertions

Limited use of literature to support discussion and assertions.

Poor or no use of literature to support discussion and assertions

Semester Weighting (60%)

 

/60

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