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FdSc Supporting Innovation in Health and Social Care Assignment Brief
Exploration of Health Conditions (SIH404), Module Level 4, Term 2, 20 credits
(April 2022 intake, LSC London)
Exploration of Health Conditions Assignment 2 Brief – Report 2000 words (100%)
Module learning outcomes
LO2 – Explore the aetiology of a contemporary health conditions (50 marks).
LO3 –Analyse the holistic effects of a range of health conditions. (50 marks)
LO2 – Explore the aetiology of a chosen health condition and how it physically affects the human body including risks, signs/symptoms and treatment.
LO3— Analyse the holistic effects of a range of health conditions.
Using the same health condition explore and analyse the way in which the condition affects the individual in a holistic way (including emotional, cognitive, social impacts)
To achieve this learning outcome, you need to:
Ensure the use of not less than 10 Academic references to support your report
|Date assessment set||September 2022|
|Submission Deadline||4th November 2022|
|Return Date to Students||2nd December 2022|
All assignment will be submitted in electronic format and uploaded to LSC Portal on Turnitin
Assessment Marking Criteria.
Learning Outcome / Assessment Criteria
|LO2. Explore the aetiology of contemporary health conditions. 50 marks
Knowledge and understanding of the chosen health condition, including the aetiological factors, and demonstrates a clear understanding and analysis of the issues relevant to the development of the health condition.
|The work examined provides insufficient evidence of the knowledge and understanding, there is limited understanding weak in several indicators lacking development. The work is heavily dependent on description with poor evidence of linking analysis to the factors. There is barely adequate use of literature or reading around the topic to support content. >20 marks||The work examined is sufficient to display basic knowledge and understanding but is largely descriptive. There is an attempt to bring together different aspects relevant to the aetiology of the health condition with little evidence of analysis of relevant factors included with limited use of references to support points. 20-24 marks||The work examined is good and demonstrates sound understanding of the health condition and includes links to the aetiological factors and discusses links to the major issues. Some interpretation of relevant perspectives. Competent use of source material using a variety of recent literature. 25-29 marks||Very good, the work examined is coherently structured, demonstrates a substantial knowledge related to the aetiology of the health condition, with a clear understanding which analyses issues relevant to the development of the health condition. Very good use of source material using a range of sources to support main points. 30-34 marks||The work examined is excellent and demonstrates comprehensive knowledge understanding of the aetiology of the health condition researched. There is coherence of ideas with analysis of factors supported with compelling evaluation and interpretation supported with effective use of source material and accurate referencing. <35 marks|
|LO3. Analyse the holistic effects of a range of health conditions. 50 marks
Knowledge and understanding which explores the potential holistic effects of the health condition on individuals. Analysis in relation to theory and different perspectives.
|The work examined provides insufficient evidence demonstrates a weak knowledge base and limited understanding. The work is heavily descriptive, with poor evidence of linking analysis to the factors included, containing many unsupported statements with barely adequate links to literature. >20 marks||The work examined is relevant but largely descriptive, displays a basic knowledge and understanding. There is an attempt to bring together different ideas and concepts with little evidence of analysis of the factors included, with limited use of source literature to support points included. 20-24 marks||The work examined is good, demonstrating evidence of sound understanding. There is some interpretation and analysis but sometimes prone to description or narrative which at times lacks clarity of relevant perspectives. Competent use of relevant and current source material to support to illustrate points. 25-29 marks||Very good, the work examined demonstrates a substantial knowledge, formulating a good analysis containing some independent thinking. Very good use of source material used to support the main points. 30-34 marks||The work examined is excellent and demonstrates comprehensive knowledge, demonstrating coherence of ideas and a thorough knowledge and clear understanding of the issues with analysis of different perspectives. The arguments presented are effectively supported by wide reading with appropriate use of source material and accurate referencing. <35 marks|