This summative assessment for the Foundations in Nursing Module accounts for 100% of your final marks. NA4103 Adult Nursing Assignment
This assessment will comprise of a 2,000 word essay. Brief
2.Examine the ethical and professional role and responsibilities of the Registered Nurse (RN)
Identify at least one ethical role of the nurse in the practice area such as giving informed consent or, protecting confidentiality or, accountability, or advocacy.
3.Explore the pathological changes of the condition on the patients’ health and wellbeing.
Discuss the physical and psychosocial impact on the patient living with this particular long term condition.
4.Explore the principles of collaborative, holistic assessment to identify the core needs of the patient.
Identify an activity of living – for example breathing, communication etc. that appears relevant to your discussion of the patient, and explore the assessment of this activity of living by the RN.
5.Discuss the key elements of safe effective and patient centred care
Following the assessment identify the care given that was compassionate safe and effective.
6.Understand the importance of reflection in linking theory to practice
Reflect upon the experience – include a paragraph on what you have learnt from observing the RN and the care that was given.
7.Provide a conclusion to your essay summarising the key points
Students must ensure the work reflects level four expectations as described in Kingston University grade criteria (Rubric). A range of contemporary and/or seminal references with accurate use of faculty system of referencing. Clear logical structure, academic presentation, accurate grammar and spelling, adheres to Faculty policy on word count, plagiarism and confidentiality. NA4103 Adult Nursing Assignment