CLINICAL SIMULATION REFLECTIVE ASSIGNMENT MARKING GUIDE 2017/2018

By December 31, 2018Academic Papers

CLINICAL SIMULATION REFLECTIVE ASSIGNMENT MARKING GUIDE 2017/2018

Part 1: Reflection & the mental state examination

Grade

Key points

 

F

  •   not answered,

  •   unclear explanation of the area(s) identified for reflection,

  •   rationales for identified area(s) are not clear or absent.

  •   no overview of the mental state examination

 

P

  •   area(s) for reflection are identified,

  •   rationale for area(s) chosen are mentioned but not detailed,

  •   reference quality marginal.

  •   the mental state examination partially complete

 

CR

  •   area(s) for reflection are identified and defined,

  •   well explained rationale with some analysis & synthesis,

  •   Good references,

  •   rationales well supported.

  •   mental state examination complete

 

DN

  •   area(s) for reflection are identified and defined,

  •   excellent explanation of rational(s) with analysis and links to literature,

  •   excellent references.

  •   mental state examination complete and relevant to the case

 

HD

as DN above with outstanding explanation and links of rationales to the learning, actions or relevant area(s) chosen for reflection.

 
 

Comment

/15

Part 2: Thoughts & Emotions

Grade

Key points

 

F

  •   not answered,

  •   emotional responses are not stated, reflected upon or related to the areas

    identified by the student for reflection,

  •   cognitive / thought processes are not stated, reflected upon or related to the

    areas identified by the student for reflection,

  •   literature is not provided that supports or extends their discussion of their

    emotional & cognitive responses

 

P

  •   emotional responses are stated but not reflected upon/ discussed or related.

  •   cognitive responses are stated but not reflected upon / discussed or related,

  •   literature is provided but not incorporated

  •   reference quality marginal

 

CR

  •   emotional responses are clearly stated with evidence of reflection / discussion and related,

  •   cognitive responses are clearly stated with evidence of reflection/ discussion and related,

  •   literature is provided and incorporated

 

DN

  •   emotional responses are clearly stated and with evidence of in-depth reflection / discussion and related.

  •   cognitive responses are clearly stated with evidence of in-depth reflection/ discussion and related,

  •   literature is provided and incorporated with links clearly established,

  •   excellent references

 

HD

as DN above, but with outstanding synthesis and exploration of concepts

 
 

Comment

/ 15

 

Part 3: Evaluation & Analysis

Grade

Key points

 

F

  •   Not answered

  •   unclear explanation of strengths and weaknesses,

  •   not linked to the areas identified,

  •   areas for learning and strategies not identified

  •   rationales not clear or absent

 

P

  •   strengths and weaknesses are identified,

  •   rationale stated but not critically discussed,

  •   areas for learning and strategies identified but not explored,

  •   evidence provided but not integrated into the discussion,

  •   reference quality marginal

 

CR

  •   strengths and weaknesses identified and discussed,

  •   rationales stated and discussed,

  •   areas for learning and strategies identified with discussion and links to literature,

  •   evidence provided which support the rationales,

  •   Good references,

 

DN

  •   strengths and weaknesses identified and discussed and integrated with the concepts of reflective practice.

  •   rationales well defined and critically discussed.

  •   areas for learning and strategies identified with critical discussion,

  •   evidence provided and integrated with the discussion

  •   links to the areas of reflection well stated and established

  •   excellent references,

 

HD

as DN above, but with outstanding synthesis and exploration of concepts

 
 

Comment

/20

Part 3: Conclusion & Actions

Grade

Key points

 

F

  •   not answered,

  •   barriers/challenges not identified and risks not addressed,

  •   management strategies absent or poorly addressed,

  •   no implementation strategies outlined,

  •   poor or absent use of evidence

 

P

  •   barriers/challenges identified but with no discussion,

  •   risks and implications provided but not discussed,

  •   management strategies outlined but not discussed,

  •   implementation strategies stated but not discussed,

  •   evidence provided but not integrated not the discussion

 

CR

  •   barriers/challenges identified and discussed,

  •   risks and implications well detailed,

  •   management strategies appropriate and effectively validated,

  •   implementation strategies are discussed,

  •   good use of evidence

 

DN

  •   barriers/challenges identified with well supported discussion,

  •   risks and implications analysed and discussed in-depth,

  •   management strategies effective and well supported by literature,

  •   Implementation strategies discussed and integrated into practice setting,

  •   excellent use of evidence

 

HD

as DN above, but with outstanding synthesis and exploration of concepts

 
 

Comment

/10

Originally posted 2017-11-13 02:35:42.

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