CPC105 Part B Assessment 1 Care Of Persons With A Chronic Condition – Australia.

Subject Code and Title :- CPC105 Care of Persons with a Chronic Condition
Assessment :- Theory assessment: Case Study Part B: Reflective Piece
Individual/Group :- Individual
Length :- 1000 words (+/‐ 10%)
Weighting :- 30%
Learning Outcomes :- The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful completion of the task below include:
a) Explore and discuss the impact of chronic health problems on care planning needs of a person family
and community using an evidence based approach.
c) Demonstrate clinical reasoning through nursing assessment interventions and evaluation to support the health care of persons with chronic health problems.
d) Discuss legal, professional and ethical considerations in care delivery.
e) Explain and integrate the impact of co‐morbidities quality use of medicines principles risks to self and
others into care plans.
CPC105 Part B Assessment 1 Care Of Persons With A Chronic Condition – Australia.

CPC105 Part B Assessment 1 Care Of Persons With A Chronic Condition - Australia.

Task Summary :-
For this assessment you are required to present your personal and reflective beliefs values and attitudes in a reflective piece of 1000 words.You will reflect on how these beliefs values and attitudes influence your approach to patient interactions and the nursing care you provide to patients. Further more your learning and personal growth will be reflected upon and how such growth will influence future provision of care for patients experiencing chronic conditions.

For this individual assessment you have been given a hypothetical case study of a patient suffering from a chronic condition (see Appendix 1 B). Further information has been added to this case study for this assessment task.

Context :-
This assessment task aims to develop your understanding of the key influences on the provision of
nursing care and the care planning of patients with chronic conditions. It sets out to illustrate the
professional and personal dilemmas registered nurses can face when developing therapeutic
relationships with patients and delivering nursing care. Person‐centred care and the involvement of
family members is also considered in this assessment task along with self‐care abilities of patients
and families. The case study of Joi Anderson has been extended and will be used in this reflective
writing piece.

This assessment task provides you the opportunity to communicate your beliefs values and attitudes challenge such thinking and to discover ways in which you can provide person‐centred care to all patients irrespective of social cultural religious and/or political views. It is through such reflective thinking that you learn from your experiences build upon them and become a competent registered nurse.

Task Instructions :-
You are required to reflect upon and analyse your own beliefs values and attitudes and the influence these may have on the nursing care you provide to your patients with chronic illnesses. In reflective writing style and in 1000 words consider the following:

Do you believe Joi and her family are able to engage in self‐care and lifestyle practices that promote her chronic health condition? Are there any religious or chronic disease barriers to this engagement in self‐care? Explain your answer.

Reflect on how your beliefs, values and attitudes might affect the development of a therapeutic relationship with Joi and her family and the implementation of person‐centred care.

How will your respect for Joi and her family’s choices and lifestyle impact the nursing care provided to Joi?

Has completing this assessment changed, broadened, or challenged your beliefs and attitudes? Explain your answer?

Identify how you can use this learning in relation to the provision of nursing care and care planning for patients with chronic conditions.

CPC105 Part B Assessment 1 Care Of Persons With A Chronic Condition – Australia.

CPC105 Part B Assessment 1 Care Of Persons With A Chronic Condition - Australia.

Reflective writing :-
Reflective writing ordinarily occurs in the first person and works best when you think deeply about a
topic and look at both the positives as well as opportunities to improve in a situation.Please visit the Academic Skills Blackboard page for an overview of reflective writing in higher education:

Please also be aware of the following requirements:
1.Present your own original work using multiple academic references from academic books peer reviewed scientific journal articles and other credible sources.
2. No introduction and conclusion required for this assessment task.
3. Headings can be used for this assessment task. No dot points allowed.
4. Adhere to the word count (1000 words (+/‐10%) excluding the reference list.
5. Academic references are to be included on a separate page using APA (6th ed.) guidelines.
6. Your assessment must be submitted as a word document and not in protected view.
7. Your assessment should be in 12‐point font Arial or Times New Roman 1.5 line spaced and a minimum of 2.5 cm margins.

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