Identify and discuss the similarities and differences in the role and responsibilities of a Paediatric Nurse compared to a Child Health Nurse.
Discuss the responsibility that all nurses have in keeping children safe.

The terms Paediatric Nurse and Child Health Nurse are frequently used interchangeably.
In this assignment you are required to:

Identify and discuss the similarities and differences in the role and responsibilities of a Paediatric Nurse compared to a Child Health Nurse.
Discuss the responsibility that all nurses have in keeping children safe.

In your response, you are to consider the nursing practice standards, legal requirements and settings where nurses working with children and families work.
The Case report must include an introduction, body of the essay and also conclusion.
The references must be in Harvard referencing style. The resources must only be of Australian journals articles and text books, within the past 7 years.
 
Resources
Competencies for a Specialist Paediatric and Child Health Nurse
Australian Confederation of Paediatric and Child Health Nurses
Maternal, Child and Family Health Nursing Competencies
Department of Health
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia Registered nurse standards for practice  effective 1 June 2016
And others.
 

NURS 2022: Health of Infants, Children and Young People
 
ASSIGNMENT FEEDBACK FORM: ASSESSMENT #1
 
Please note: papers that are not competently presented and /or properly referenced will be downgraded.
 
 Course Objectives being assessed: CO1, CO6
 
Weighting 25% of Final Grade
 
Study Period 5, 2016

Criteria
High Distinction85-100%
Distinction75 – 84%
Credit65 – 74%
Pass 155 – 64%
Pass 250 – 54%
Fail 140 – 49%
Fail 239% or below

Introduction
As for D, Plus a well-developed introduction which creates interest
Provides very clear and relevant background and context of the discussion. 
Very clear purpose and outline of the structure of paper.
Provides clear background and context of the discussion. 
 
 
Provides the purpose and the structure that is clear and logical
Provides some background and context of the discussion. 
 
 
The purpose and structure of paper is provided.
Provides some background and context of the discussion. 
 
 
 
Purpose and structure present in introduction, but not clearly communicated.
Provides little background and context of the discussion. 
 
 
 
Purpose is vague.  Structure of paper not clear or relevant.
Introduction not related to the questions. 
 
 
 
No mention of the purpose of the paper.  No clear indication of structure
 

Paediatric and Child Health Nurse 
Identifies the similarities and differences in the role and responsibilities of Paediatric Nurse compared to Child Health Nurse
 
Excellent explanation of the different roles and responsibilities of a Paediatric and a Child health nurse. 
Excellent integration of literature and draws upon all RN standards of practice
 
Use of high level academic literature including key international and national reports & guidelines
 
A very good explanation of the different role and responsibilities of a Paediatric and a child health nurse. 
RN standards of practice well integrated and draws upon RN standards of practice including Standard 2
 
Use very good level academic literature including key international and national reports & guidelines.
 
 
 
 
A good explanation of the different roles and responsibilities of a Paediatric and a child health nurse. 
 
Integration and application of the RN standards of practice. Including Standard 2
 
 
Key literature pertaining to the topic are utilised along with other literature and sources.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Adequate explanation of the different roles and responsibilities of a Paediatric and a Child health nurse. 
 
Adequate integration and application of the RN standards of practice.
More than Standard 2 identified
 
 
 
Adequate identification of key literature relevant to the subject area.
 
 
 
 
Use of secondary sources of evidence which may not be of highest level but are relevant to the question
 
 
A basic explanation of the different roles and responsibilities of a Paediatric and a Child health nurse. 
 
 
Limited integration and application of the RN standards for practice.
Standard 2 identified.
 
 
 
Overuse of secondary sources of evidence such as websites of national organisations that are related to the subject matter.
 
 
 
Basic references used/reference material is used but not always of high quality.
 
 
 
Inadequate knowledge of the different roles and responsibilities of a Paediatric and a Child health nurse. 
 
 
No RN standard of practice identified
 
 
 
 
 
Reliance on secondary sources such as websites of organisations that are related to the subject matter.
 
 
 
Minimal references used/reference material used is of poor quality.
 
 
Very limited or no level of knowledge of the different roles and responsibilities of a Paediatric or a Child health nurse. 
 
No RN standard of practice identified
 
 
 
 
 
No evidence sourced and/or inappropriate evidence used for academic purposes.
 
 
 
No use of literature / evidence to support the answer to the question.
 
 
 
 

Keeping Children safe 
Apply knowledge of the cultural needs, rights and expectations of infants, children, young people and their families within a legal and ethical framework.
 
 
Excellent knowledge and understanding of the concept of child vulnerabilities and child safe environments 
Excellent level of knowledge regarding the role of the nurse within legal consent and Mandatory reporting frameworks.
 
Excellent knowledge of national perspectives with regard to the topic.
A very good level of knowledge and understanding of the concept of child vulnerabilities and child safe environments 
A very good level of knowledge regarding the role of the nurse with legal consent and Mandatory reporting.
 
 
Clearly identifies knowledge of the national perspectives with regard to the topic.
 
A good level of knowledge and understanding is evident of child vulnerabilities and child safe environments 
 
A good level of knowledge regarding the role of the nurse in relation to legal consent and Mandatory reporting.
 
 
 
 
Identifies knowledge of the national perspectives with regard to the topic.
 
 
Adequate level of knowledge integrated into the discussion of child vulnerabilities and child safe environments 
 
 
Clear understanding of the role of the nurse with legal consent and Mandatory reporting.
 
 
 
 
 
Recognition of the national perspectives with regard to the topic.
Basic level of knowledge is evident of child vulnerabilities and child safe environments 
 
 
 
 
Limited knowledge and understanding of the role of the nurse in legal consent and Mandatory reporting.
 
 
 
 
 
Limited recognition of the national perspectives with regard to the topic.
Inadequate level of knowledge of child vulnerabilities and child safe environments 
 
 
 
Poor knowledge and understanding of the role of the nurse in legal consent and Mandatory reporting.
 
 
 
 
 
No recognition of the national perspectives with regard to the topic.
Highly confused or inaccurate discussion of child vulnerabilities and child safe environments 
 
 
 
No discussion of the role of the nurse in legal consent and Mandatory reporting.
 
 
 
 
 
No recognition of the national perspectives with regard to the topic.

Conclusion
As for D, plus succinctly concludes with the application of knowledge to practice
Summarizes the major points in a non-repetitive manner. Ideas succinctly and concisely expressed
Summarizes the major points in a non-repetitive manner. Conclusion is clear.
Summarizes most of the major points.Provides a clearly written conclusion
Conclusion is identifiable but not clearly presented.Few major points are not summarized
Identification of a conclusion is vague.Little attempt to summarise major points
No conclusion provided

 
 

Criteria
High Distinction85-100%
Distinction75 – 84%
Credit65 – 74%
Pass 155 – 64%
Pass 250 – 54%
Fail 140 – 49%
Fail 239% or below

Overall writing and presentation 
 
 
Adheres to all guidelines.Exemplary:sentence & paragraph structure, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation,
use of 3rdperson, use of inclusive language.
 
Word limit met well sequenced, logical flow.
Adheres to all guidelines. Excellent:sentence & paragraph structure, grammar, vocabulary,  spelling,punctuation,
use of 3rdperson, use of inclusive language.
 
 
Word limit met well sequenced, logical flow.
 
Adheres to all guidelines re:  sentence & paragraph structure, grammar, vocabulary, spelling,punctuation,
use of 3rdperson,
use of inclusive  language,
 
 
 
 
 
 
Word limit met sequencing of ideas, logical flow.
 
Adheres to most guidelines re: sentence & paragraph structure, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation,use of 3rd person,
use of inclusive language,
 
 
 
 
 
 
Word limit met,
mostly sequenced and logical flow.
 
Paper written at a limited level with some problems with: sentence & paragraph structure, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation, use of 3rd person, inclusive language, 
 
 
 
 
 
Adhering to Word limit sequencing of ideas and logical flow
Report poorly written re: sentence & paragraph structure,grammar, vocabulary, spelling,
punctuation, use of
3rd person,
inclusive language,
 
 
 
 
 
Below or above word limit,
poorly sequenced,
poor logical flow
 
Adheres to very few guidelines. Report written very poorly re: sentence & paragraph structure, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation, use of 3rd person, inclusive language. 
 
 
 
 
Well below/well above word limit, not sequenced, no logical flow.
 

Referencing & Academic IntegrityAdherence to UniSA (2016) Harvard author-date system
 
 
Extensive sources correctly referenced as per UniSA Harvard Guidelines. In-text references very well integrated. 
 
The reference list has been correctly formatted, is completed and correct according to the UniSA.
Multiple sources correctly referenced as per UniSA Harvard System Guidelines.  Many in-text references very well integrated. 
The reference list has been correctly formatted, is complete and correct according to the UniSA.
All sources correctly referenced as per UniSA (2016) Harvard System guideline. Some in-text references very well integrated. 
 
 
The reference list has been correctly formatted, is complete and correct according to the UniSA.
Correct use of UniSA (2016) Harvard author-date system for in-text referencing, with no evidence of plagiarism. 
 
 
 
In-text references mostly use author date.  The reference list is complete and mostly correct according to the UniSA.
Mostly correct use of UniSA (2016) Harvard author-date system for in-text referencing, with no evidence of plagiarism. 
 
 
 
 
The reference has some inconsistencies in formatting and omissions according to the UniSA Harvard style guide.
 
In-text referencing is insufficient. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reference list is incorrect or incomplete. OR
 
Some evidence of plagiarism.
Possible referral/Refer to AIO
No references in text. No reference list. OR 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Evidence of extensive plagiarism
 
Refer to AIO
 

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