Case 1- You are on placement and are walking your patient/woman back to their bed

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NUR 222 Task 1

In this task you are asked to respond to the three scenarios presented below. Within your
response to each case you must consider;
1. The legal requirements for student nurses and/or student midwives, registered
nurses and/or registered midwives as appropriate for the case study.
2. The implications for the health facility and/or education provider as required for
each of the cases.
3. Your reflection on your personal life experiences (you do not have to have
experienced any of these specific incidents). Think about situations you have
encountered in the past, your ethical stance and how this will inform your actions in
each case study and your discussion on how easy or difficult it will be to meet the
requirements for each of the cases.
If you are undertaking the Bachelor of Midwifery program answer these using appropriate
midwifery references.
Case 1
You are on placement and are walking your patient/woman back to their bed. On the way
you pass another student nurse/midwife who is talking with another patient/woman. You
can hear some heated exchange between them and look over to hear the patient/woman
shout an expletive at the student who then slaps the patient/woman and walks off. You and
your patient/woman (who also heard and saw the incident) are quite shaken by what you
have seen and once your patient/woman is back in their bed you go to find your fellow
student. The student is crying and quite upset but asks you not to say anything. You are
concerned about what you witnessed and you are also concerned how this might affect the
other student.
Case 2
You are sharing a flat with another newly registered nurse/midwife and have noticed some
changes in behaviour over the past month following a relationship break up. Your flatmate
works on the same ward and has been regularly drinking heavily since the break up and was
charged (over the “high limit”) with drink driving 2 days ago. You had to pick them up from
the police station in the early hours. You discussed with them about reporting this to your
NUM/MUM but your flatmate does not want to report stating ‘It’s none of their business, I
didn’t hurt anyone.’
You are both leaving for an early shift and your flatmate is catching a lift with you into work.
They had been out late last night and smell strongly of alcohol and still appear affected by
alcohol and when you discuss this with them they ask you not to say anything.
Case 3
You are an RN/RM and are responsible for facilitating students on clinical placement in a
rural facility for several education providers. You have been working with a student on an
early shift and have been admitting a patient/woman who needs to go to theatre. You take
off their necklace and watch and put this in the top drawer, telling the patient/woman that
once they are admitted and prepared for theatre you will put their valuables in a marked
envelope in the locked drawer. Once the patient/woman is admitted you ask the student to
finish tidying up. You go off to get an envelope to put the valuables in and label with their
name and when you get back to the bed the watch is in the drawer, but the necklace is
missing. You ask the student where the necklace is and they own up to taking this and hand
this back to you.
NUR222 Assessment 1: Short answer response and reflection (2500 words) 50% Student name:
HD DN CR PS FL
Understanding of
key legislation
(30%)
Understanding and
Evaluation of key legislation
is demonstrated clearly with
inclusion of detailed
discussion.
Understanding and
Analysis of key
legislation is
demonstrated clearly with
discussion.
Understanding of key
legislation is
demonstrated with limited
discussion.
Key legislation is accurately
described.
Understanding of key
legislation not demonstrated.
Conclusions made
for set case
studies.
(20%)
Comprehensive analysis and
explanation of conclusions is
provided.
Advanced analysis and
explanation of
conclusions provided.
Discussion and
explanation of
conclusions is provided.
Appropriate conclusions are
made.
Insufficient evidence of clear
conclusions provided.
Reflection on case
studies, ethical
principles and
personal
experience.
(30%)
An exceptional level of
reflection with strong support
from personal experience.
A high level of reflection
well-grounded in
personal experience.
Discussion provided
demonstrating in depth
reflection linkage to
personal experience
Learning from the scenario
is evident. Personal
experience has been
explained
Reflection does not
demonstrate learning that
has occurred/does not link to
personal experience.
Use of References
(5%)
>10 text books and / or
journal articles (<5years) are
used in text.
> 8 <10 text books and /
or journal articles
(<5years) are used in
text.
8 text books and / or
journal articles (<5years)
are used in text.
<8 text books and / or
journal articles (<5years) are
used in text.
Attempted but
either reference
is not a textbook
or journal article
(<5years).
Referencing
(5%)
All documents are referenced
and formatted correctly. Uses
references to
comprehensively support
ideas.
All documents are
referenced and formatted
correctly. Uses
references to support
ideas.
Reference list evident
however inconsistencies
in formatting and / or
referencing. Uses
references to support
ideas.
Reference list
evident however
incorrect formatting and / or
referencing
Limited use of references to
support ideas.
No reference list or
reference list with major
errors. No use of references
to support ideas.
Overall
presentation of the
essay (structure,
spelling, grammar,
written expression,
adherence to
assessment
guidelines.)
(10%)
Information is highly
organised Presentation
accurately meets all
university standards
Spelling/grammar/written
expression is of an advanced
standard
Information is well
organised using a
planned approach
Presentation meets
university standards at
an advanced level
Spelling/grammar/written
expression is accurate.
Information is organised
using a planned
approach. Presentation
meets university
standards at a high level
Spelling/grammar/written
expression is of a good
standard.
Information is organised.
Presentation meets
university standards
Spelling/grammar/written
expression is of an
acceptable standard.
Information is disorganised
Presentation does not meet
university standards
Spelling/grammar/written
expression requires
attention. Not within required
word limit.
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