Briefly summarise the persons episode of care and describe the importance of partnership working between the nurse and person in relation to personalised care and support planning.

Summative Assessment task details and instructions

Personalised care as identified in the NHS Long Term Plan (2019) promotes the nurse to consider the ‘person’ as opposed to the ‘patient’ (NHS England, 2019; Nursing and Midwifery Council [NMC], 2018). In doing so, you will need to use appropriate communication skills and interpersonal skills to support and enable people to make informed choices within their episodes of care. This assessment will centre around a person’s story of an episode of care. You will need to choose one story/experience and address the assessment criteria set out under ‘Assessment Criteria’.

Here are some useful links containing stories you may want to consider.

NHS Patient Stories

Institute for healthcare improvement – Patient stories

Health talk – Real People, Real life experiences

Patient Voices – Insight through first-person stories…

To FULLY meet the assessment criteria, you need to:

Briefly summarise the persons episode of care and describe the importance of partnership working between the nurse and person in relation to personalised care and support planning.

This links to Learning Outcome (IOL) 2. See page 3

Explain how a nurse can use communication and interpersonal skills within this person’s episode of care, in identifying what matters to the person.

This Links to Learning Outcome (ILO) 3 see page 3

Describe one advantage of and one barrier to interprofessional teamwork in relation to the persons episode of care.

This Links to Learning Outcome (ILO) 4 see page 3

Describe how social prescribing could support the persons health and wellbeing as well as the health and wellbeing of their family and carers

This Links to Learning Outcome (ILO) 5 see page 3

It is essential that you maintain any individual’s anonymity. You should use pseudonyms for all names: patient, staff, clinical area, Trust and so on. Please read the Confidentiality guidelines within this Assessment tab.

Presentation/formatting guidelines:

Your student roll number should be the title of the Word file. Do not insert your name anywhere in your assignment or on Turnitin.

Type your essay in font size 12 or larger and fully justify your formatted text. Number all pages.

Use line spacing 1.5 in the main body of your assignment and single line spacing in your final reference list at the end of your assignment.

Your ‘in-text’ citations and final reference list should be written in APA 6th (Harvard) style. Please use the University of Salford’s referencing handbook to avoid errors in referencing – see guide here

Provide a final word count (not including your final reference list) at the end of your assignment. The word limit is 3000 words.

Assessed intended learning outcomes
On successful completion of this assessment, you will be able to:

Knowledge and Understanding

2. Explain the importance of partnership working and co-productive models of personalised care and support planning
3. Apply principles of personalised care and support planning with a service user and carer
4. Identify how policy and socio-political drivers impact on interprofessional teamwork and effective integrated service delivery
5. Recognise the role of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector in supporting people to live well

Practical, Professional or Subject Specific Skills

6. Develop communication skills to enable effective communication with service users and carers
7. Develop self-awareness of personal values, knowledge, beliefs and attitudes in relation to personalised and integrated care

Transferable Skills and other attributes

9. Skills to manage self-directed learning
10. Employability skills including the use of IT
11. Practice problem solving
12. The ability to plan for and meet deadlines
Module Aims
1. To enable the student to explore service users and carers perceptions of care across the life course
2. To enable the student to develop knowledge, skills and values inherent within personalised care and support planning
3. To enable the student to recognise the role and value of interprofessional teamwork and integrated service delivery
4. To enable the student to examine the principles of asset-based approaches that support involvement of service users and carers in decision making

Word count
Your assignment should be 3000 words. This includes the introduction, main body of your assessment and conclusion. The word count does not include your final reference list. You must get as close to the word limit as possible. In accordance with the University’s Assessment and Feedback policy 2019/2020, if you do not adhere to the word count, assessors may determine that the task has not been completed in accordance with instructions and reflect this in the mark awarded.
Summative Feedback arrangements
Summative assessment and summative feedback – Marks and feedback shall be provided to students within 15 working days of the published assessment submission deadline on Tuesday 16 Feb 2021 at 16:00hrs. Your feedback and grade will be made available through the Voices & Choices Blackboard site. Use this guide to view grades and feedback.

Formative assessment and formative feedback – you will have a formative written assignment of 1000 words due for submission by Tuesday 17 November 20 by 16:00hrs. You can use your formative work (and your formative feedback) to work on your summative assessment. You will receive formative feedback on Tuesday 08 December 20 at 16:00.
Support arrangements
You can obtain support for your summative assessment within the Assessment Information folder within the Voices & Choices Blackboard site. This includes:

Submitting a formative assessment so that you can receive formative feedback prior to your final summative submission in January 2021
Using the Frequently Asked Questions page in Blackboard
Using the ‘Summative Q and A’ Padlet
Using all the Skills for Learning resources that are available here
Attending Academic Writing and Referencing sessions planned in the timetable and through bookable drop-ins

Please read carefully the additional advice provided below:
askUS
The University offers a range of support services for students through askUs
Good Academic Conduct and Academic Misconduct
Students are expected to learn and demonstrate skills associated with good academic conduct (academic integrity). Good academic conduct includes the use of clear and correct referencing of source materials. Here is a link to where you can find out more about the skills which students require.

Academic Misconduct is an action which may give you an unfair advantage in your academic work. This includes plagiarism, asking someone else to write your assessment for you or taking notes into an exam. The University takes all forms of academic misconduct seriously. You can find out how to avoid academic misconduct here

The new Academic Misconduct Procedure (AMP) for 2019/2020 is available here

Your programme is also covered by Fitness to Practise (FtP) policy and procedure.
Where there is a case of academic misconduct it will not be referred to FtP until the AMP case has been concluded, it will then be for the Dean’s nominee under FtP Procedure to make the formal decision on whether there are FtP aspects to consider relating to that outcome.
Assessment Information
If you have any questions about assessment rules, you can find out more here.
Personal Mitigating Circumstances
If personal mitigating circumstances may have affected your ability to complete this assessment, you can find more information about personal mitigating circumstances procedure here.
Personal Tutor/Student Progression Administrator
If you have any concerns about your studies, contact your Personal Tutor or your Student Progression Administrator Neil Williams.

Assessment Criteria

The assignment will assess your knowledge and understanding at Level 4 in relation to intended learning outcomes 2, 3, 4, and 5.

The importance of partnership working in relation to personalised care and support planning
The use of effective communication and interpersonal skills within a person’s episode of care
How interprofessional teamwork benefits the persons care and what may support or prevent this.
How the role of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector can support people to live well

References
NHS England, (2019) The NHS long term plan. https://www.longtermplan.nhs.uk/publication/nhs-long-term-plan/

Nursing and Midwifery Council (2018) The Code Professional standards of practice and behaviour for nurses, midwives and nursing associates. https://www.nmc.org.uk/standards/code/

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