Nursing: NURS 5118: Critical Care Nursing 2

NURS: 5118: Critical Care Nursing 2

This assignment help is designed to assist you with your assessment activities: 

  • Part A - Clinical Audit Plan
  • Part B - Conducting a Clinical Audit 

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What is a Clinical Audit plan?

This video on clinical audits is to enable trainees to become familiar with the process of planning a clinical audit. 

How to undertake a successful Clinical Audit

This video provides a brief overview of the clinical audit process and includes a step-by-step guide to undertaking a successful local audit project. The film is simple and uncomplicated and includes a number of hints and practical tips for those carrying out clinical audits.

Search the Library Catalogue

The Library Catalogue can be a useful starting point in locating quality information.

Use the Library Catalogue to find:

  • books or ebooks
  • journals or journal articles
  • conference papers and newspaper articles

Learn to use the Library catalogue by working through the interactive tutorial below.

Useful Databases to Search

For your assignment you need to consult and reference peer reviewed journal articles. See learnonline course site for more information.

Useful databases to search for peer reviewed articles

Watch the following video to help you plan your search strategy and search for information.

Reflective writing

If you're not familiar with reflective writing as an assignment task, the video and resources below may assist you to understand what is required.

  • Reflective writing helps you to look back over your learning experiences.
  • It shows how your knowledge, skills and attitudes are developing.
  • Reflective writing involves more than just describing your learning and development.
  • It's important to evaluate and analyse your learning to show a deeper level of reflection.
  • This can include what, why, and how you are learning, any changes you would like to make, and gaps in your understanding.
  •  You may need to link your reflections to your course readings and theories, and consider how these reflections can help you develop as a professional.
  • The layout of reflective writing can vary - always check your task instructions and feedback form for specific details.
  • You can use more personal language in your reflective writing, however it is still a formal assignment and may require you to reference key theories or ideas in an academic style.
  • Reflective writing is not a linear process. It involves adding, changing, rethinking, refining, restructuring your ideas.

Introduction to reflective practice (UniSA)

  • This online module was developed by Student Engagement Unit and is designed as an introduction to reflective practice for students at the University of South Australia

Write your assignment

The Student Engagement Unit has created a suite of resources called Study Help that can help you understand different assignment types. For more information about writing your assignments:

 
Please refer to the assessment rubric to ensure that your assignment content covers all of the Assessment Criteria. 

Correctly reference your sources

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You must appropriately cite (‘acknowledge’) all references used in your assignment to avoid plagiarism.

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