inappropriate terminology used

Assessment 3: Analysis and Discussion 50% Due: by 5pm Wednesday 6th January 2021 (Summer 2020 92441/92465)

Criteria HD (85 – 100) D (75 – 84) C (65 – 74) P (50 – 64) Z (0 – 49) Brief explanation of “Transgenerational trauma” in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People supported by literature

(Value 15%)

Clear, detailed and concise explanation of “Transgenerational trauma” in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Current and relevant evidence-based literature from a variety of sources has been correctly cited and incorporated effectively to support discussion.

Clear and detailed explanation of “Transgenerational trauma” in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Current and relevant evidence- based literature from a variety of sources, mostly correctly cited and incorporated effectively.

Clear explanation of “Transgenerational trauma” in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Current and relevant evidence- based literature from several differing sources mostly correctly cited and incorporated.

 

The explanation of “Transgenerational trauma” is broadly outlined in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People but could be developed further to demonstrate understanding. Relevant evidence-based literature used however scope is limited, or not always current or errors in referencing style.

The explanation of the “Transgenerational trauma” is not clearly explained and/or related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People due to poor written expression and/or is not adequately or correctly supported using current and relevant literature.

 

Analysis of the impact of “Transgenerational trauma” on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and how the impact is addressed within the Closing the Gap (CTG) policy. The response refers directly to the CTG policy and is supported by literature

(Value 40%)

Clear, comprehensive, and concise analysis of the impact of “Transgenerational trauma” on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and how the impact is addressed within the CTG policy. The discussion included the potential long- term benefits of the CTG policy on the health and social determinants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Effective incorporation of reference to the CTG policy and correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature and statistics from a variety of sources to support the analysis.

Clear and comprehensive analysis of the impact of “Transgenerational trauma” on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and how the impact is addressed within the CTG policy. The discussion included the potential long- term benefits of the CTG policy on the health and social determinants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Effective incorporation of mostly correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature and statistics from a variety of sources to support the analysis.

 

Clear analysis of the impact of “Transgenerational trauma” on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and how the impact is addressed within the CTG policy. The discussion identified potential long-term benefits of the CTG policy on the health and social determinants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Mostly correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature and statistics from a variety of sources has been incorporated to support the analysis.

 

Description of the impact of “Transgenerational trauma” on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples provided, but the link to the CTG policy could be developed further to include the potential long-term benefits of the CTG policy on the health or social determinants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Evidence of the use of relevant evidence- based literature and statistics, however scope is limited or not always current or errors in referencing style present.

The analysis of the impact of “Transgenerational trauma” on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and how the impact is addressed within the CTG policy is not clear or detailed enough to demonstrate understanding. Written expression is not clear and/or the analysis is not adequately supported by relevant evidence-based literature and statistics.

 

 

 

 

 

Discussion of the benefits of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person being registered with CTG on their long- term health outcomes and access to healthcare.

(Value 15%)

Clear, comprehensive, and concise discussion of the benefits of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person being registered with CTG on their long-term health outcomes and access to healthcare. Effective incorporation of correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature from a variety of sources to support the discussion.

Clear and comprehensive discussion of the benefits of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person being registered with CTG on their long-term health outcomes and access to healthcare. Effective incorporation of mostly correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature from a variety of sources to support the discussion.

Clear discussion of the benefits of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person being registered with CTG on their long-term health outcomes and access to healthcare. Mostly correctly cited current and relevant evidence- based literature from a variety of sources has been incorporated to the support discussion.

Identified some of the benefits of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person being registered with CTG on their long- term health outcomes and access to healthcare. Evidence of the use of relevant evidence-based literature, however scope is limited or not always current or errors in citations present.

The benefits of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person being registered with CTG on their long-term health outcomes and access to healthcare. are not clearly identified or discussed. Written expression is not clear and/or is not adequately supported using evidence- based, appropriate, and relevant literature.

Outline of ONE strategy a RN could implement to improve health outcomes for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person experiencing Transgenerational trauma

(Value 15%)

Clear, comprehensive, and concise outline of ONE measurable, and achievable strategy a RN could implement to improve health outcomes for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person experiencing “Transgenerational trauma”. Effective incorporation of correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature from a variety of sources to support the discussion.

Clear and comprehensive outline of ONE achievable strategy a RN could implement to improve health outcomes for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person experiencing “Transgenerational trauma”. Effective incorporation of mostly correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature from a variety of sources to support discussion.

Clear outline of ONE strategy a RN could implement to improve health outcomes for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person experiencing “Transgenerational trauma” Mostly correctly cited current and relevant evidence-based literature from a variety of sources has been incorporated to support discussion.

 

Provides ONE strategy that could be implemented by a RN to improve health outcomes for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person experiencing “Transgenerational trauma”. Evidence of the use of relevant evidence- based literature, however scope is limited or not always current or errors in citations present.

 

 

There was no clear strategy that could be implemented by a RN to improve health outcomes for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person experiencing “Transgenerational trauma”. Written expression is not clear and/or adequately supported using evidence- based, appropriate, and relevant literature.

Application of the concept of cultural respect in regard to the discussion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Writing demonstrates cultural respect in how people are represented. All language used in the assessment is appropriate regarding history, society, naming, culture, spirituality, and classifications of Aboriginal and Torres Strait

Writing demonstrates cultural respect in how people are represented. Terminology referring to Indigenous Peoples is correct and proper nouns are capitalised. Where appropriate, Aboriginal People are referred to by their country, nation, or

Writing demonstrates cultural respect in how people are represented. Terminology referring to Indigenous Peoples is correct and proper nouns are capitalised.

 

Writing mostly uses appropriate terminology to demonstrate cultural respect, but some use of capital letters for nouns missing.

 

Writing does not reflect cultural respect of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, with frequent use of acronyms, generalisations, or

 

 

 

 

Peoples throughout the assignment.

(Value 15%)

Islander peoples. Where appropriate, Aboriginal People are referred to by their country, nation, or language group rather than generic identifiers such as Aboriginal or Indigenous.

language group rather than generic identifiers such as Aboriginal or Indigenous.

 

outdated/ inappropriate terminology used

 

This assessment will be assessed for English language proficiency. You will be directed to further language support after the completion of this subject if your language is below the required standard (see subject outline p. 6). The Language framework for assessing English language proficiency is available in the assessment 3 folder in UTS Online.

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