NURBN 3020 – Caring for People Living with Chronic Illness
Posted on August 23, 2018 by Cheapest Assignment
Assessment Task 2: Individual Written assessment debating/critically analyzing a current Australian Healthcare strategy for people living with chronic illness. (50%)
Assessment Task – 50% – 2500 words.
Submission Due: Week 6 – Friday 7th September, 2018 @ 12:00 midday
The eﬀective management of Chronic Illness for the individual, family / carer and the wider society requires a deep understanding that spans both the theoretical aspects of human science and human experience more broadly.
This assessment is in the form of a written submission on a topic that each student can choose themselves from a group of topics that will be given. These topics will be available in Week 1.
A debate is a method of formally presenting an argument in a disciplined manner. You will need to present both sides of the argument within your written submission. This written assessment will be due and submitted @ 12 midday Friday 7th September @ 12:00 midday (Week 6) There are a number of topics/issues provided that can be clearly and critical analyzed and argued. You will choose ONE topic, and present an argument, from a number of topics presented to you by the course coordinator.
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Assessment 2 topics
Please choose 1 of the following topics for your written assessment
- Safe injecting rooms should be implemented Australia wide as preventative measure against accidental overdoses within the population of illicit drug
- People who live with dementia should have the ability to access the dying with dignity policy that will come into place in 2019?
- Stigmatisation of those with chronic illness happens not only within the community but also within the health professionals that care for those with chronic
- Many people who suffer with chronic pain are often refused the assistance, thus treatment they need, due to the stigmatisation of chronic
- Chronic obesity is becoming an overwhelming issue within Australia and worldwide. To assist with this Australia needs to legislate a “sugar tax”.
- Should people with diagnosed mental health conditions be living within the community?
- Are aged care facilities appropriate residential choices for young adults with chronic health conditions?
- Should those with diagnosed mental health conditions or drug induced psychosis be automatically charged and then imprisoned for violence against health professionals
- Is individual care coordination important in the management of a person living with chronic illness?
- Do government funded smoking cessation programs work?
- Can stress be described as having a critical role in the management of chronic illness?
- Due to the lack of available organs for donation within Australia the government should introduce an “opt out” system for organ
- Does current healthy eating community education programmes impact on social determinants of health?
- Opioid use for chronic pain – help or hindrance?
- Is income associated with chronic illness and quality of health?
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