Expand understanding of how a nurse supports a young adult and their family in a palliative setting

(1) Gain a deeper understanding of the importance of age-appropriate nursing care for a patient and their family in a palliative context;(2) Expand understanding of how a nurse supports a young adult and their family in a palliative setting;(3) Further develop research and written communication skills.
Essay Question to broaden your understanding of the importance of delivering effective palliative care in a diverse community you will be exploring age-appropriate care in a palliative context for a young adult and their family.This essay requires you to identify the importance of providing age-appropriate palliative care and then demonstrate your understanding of the specific palliative care needs of a young adult and their family in the palliative care context.Write an essay that:a) Identifies and explains the importance of providing age-appropriate palliative care reflecting a palliative approach for a person and their family
b) Discusses your understanding of how the nurse supports the needs of a young adult and their family in a palliative care context Use current (less than five years old) and relevant literature to adequately support your discussion throughout the essayAn introduction body and conclusion is requires write this essay
*Note : References must be in APA style minimum of 10 recent references is require not more than 3 years
The following reading can help get you started with other references
Bhatnagar S. and Joshi S. (2011). Palliative care in young adults: An issue which needs higher and better awareness. Indian Journal of Palliative Care 13(3) 173-174.
Haley C. and Daley J. (2013). Palliation in chronic illness. In E. Chang and A. Johnson (Eds.). Chronic illness and disability. Principles for nursing practice. (2nd ed). (pp. 232-248)Please refer to the marking guide below for correct answer .
Criteria Mark High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Fail
Introduction/5 Introduction is exceptional well- constructed and provides a clear thesis statement which clearly outlines the main points for discussion.. Introduction provides a very good or superior and clear thesis statement which lists the main points for discussion. The introduction provides a good thesis statement which is mostly clear and lists the main points for discussion. The introduction adequately lists the main points for discussion or does not include a thesis statement.The introduction is not clear or well-constructed.. Poor or inappropriate introduction with a thesis statement that is unclear or absent.The issues to be addressed in the body of the work may be absent or unclearly addressed.
4.5-5 4 3.5 2.5-3 =2
Identifies and explains the importance of providing age-appropriate palliative care reflecting a palliative approach for a person and their family receiving palliation.
/15 Essay conveys consistent evidence of synthesis in understanding the importance of age-appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation.
Essay conveys consistent evidence of critical analysis in understanding the importance of age-appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation. Essay conveys a
degree of analysis in understanding the importance of age-appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation.
Essay conveys
minimal evidence of understanding the importance of age-appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation.
Essay fails to show
adequate understanding of the importance of age-appropriate nursing care for a person and their family receiving palliation.13-15 11.5-12.5 10-11 7.5-9.5 =7
Discusses your understanding of how the nurse supports the needs of a young adult and their family in a palliative care context. /20 Essay conveys consistent evidence of synthesis being applied to how the nurse would support the needs of a young adult and their family receiving palliation.Essay is expertly supported by current academic research with a superior grasp the topic evidenced. Essay conveys consistent evidence of critical analysis being applied to how the nurse would support the needs of a young adult and their family receiving palliation.Essay is well supported by current academic research with a very good understanding the topic evidenced. Essay conveys a degree of analysis of how a nurse supports the needs of a young adult and their family receiving palliation.Essay is reasonably substantiation from current academic research with a reasonable understanding of the topic evidenced. Essay conveys minimal understanding of how the nurse would support the needs of a young adult and their family receiving palliation.Essay has minimal support from current academic research with limited understanding of the topic evidenced. Essay fails to adequately convey how the nurse supports the needs of a young adult and their family receiving palliation.Poor substantiation/lack of reference to current academic research. Largely descriptive little or no understanding of the topic is evidenced
17-20 15-16.5 13-14.5 10-12.5 =9.5
Conclusion /5 Provides an exceptional clear concise and well-organised conclusion which expertly and succinctly summarises all the main points raised in your essay and draws these together in an outstanding manner. Provides a very good clear concise and organised conclusion which succinctly summarises all the main points raised in your essay and draws these together in a very good manner.
Provides a good clear concise and organised conclusion which summarises most of the main points raised in your essay and draws these together in a good manner Provides an adequate conclusion but may not contain a clear summary of most of the main points raised in the essay.
Provides a satisfactory concluding sentence.
Conclusion is unclear or absent. The conclusion fails to satisfy the minimum requirements for an essay conclusion.
Inadequate provision of essential information such as a summary of the main points raised in your essay and fails to include a concluding sentence.4.5-5 4 3.5 2.5-3 =2
Uses correct grammar spelling and punctuationCorrectly applies conventions of in-text citation for specified referencing style.
Includes a complete reference list correctly formatted according to specified referencing style
/5 Essay contains no errors in grammar spelling and punctuation.Applies all conventions of APA correctly use direct quotations sparingly and always paraphrase effectively.Uses the correct bibliographical format for all sources and sequence them alphabetically.Essay contains one or two minor errors in grammar spelling and/or punctuation but these do not interfere with your meaning.Applies all conventions of APA correctly use direct quotations sparingly and paraphrase effectively in most cases.Uses the correct bibliographical format for all but one or two sources and sequence them alphabetically. You have eliminated most errors in grammar spelling and/or punctuation and the remaining errors do not interfere with your meaning.You apply most conventions of APA correctly; you use direct quotations sparingly but may paraphrase inconsistently.Uses the correct bibliographical format for most sources and sequence them alphabetically. You have eliminated most errors in grammar spelling and/or punctuation; however some of the remaining errors interfere with your meaning.You do not use APA or you do not apply some conventions correctly; rely too much on direct quotation and/or paraphrase inconsistentlyReference list is not formatted in APA style or you do not use the correct bibliographical format for some sources; you may not sequence your sources alphabetically. Essay contains many errors in grammar spelling and/or punctuation that frequently interfere with your meaning.You do not follow any conventions of APA correctly; may rely too much on direct quotations and/or paraphrase poorly.
Essay does not include a reference list

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