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Essay on any one health assessment using gibbs reflective
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You need to write 1000 words essay on any one health assessment using Gibbs Reflective writing

1. Measuring TPR (Temperature, Pulse, Respiration)

2. Measuring BP (Blood Pressure)

Purpose: to demonstrate beginning skills in critical thinking, clinical  reasoning, clinical judgement, and reflective practice; through the use of a professional portfolio.

Instructions: Reflect on what you have learnt this semester related to a specific aspect of health assessment= measurement of TPR, or measurement of BP) as it relates to your developing ability to meet Criteria 4 of the ANSAT tool "Comprehensively Conducts Assessment". Use the Gibb's Cycle of Reflection as a structured framework for this assessment.

Assessment Task - Written Assignment

1. Familiarise yourself with the following NMBA Registered Nurse Standards for Practice (2016) from the Australian Nursing Standards Tool (ANSAT) document: Standard 4: Comprehensively conducts assessments. Use the documents ‘ANSAT Behavioural Cues' as a further reference point.

2. Reflect on what you have learnt this semester related to a specific aspect of health assessment (health interviewing, measurement of TPR, or measurement of BP) as it relates to your developing ability to meet Criteria 4 of the ANSAT tool "Comprehensively Conducts Assessment".

3. Using Gibb's Cycle of Reflection [refer below] as a structured framework, reflect on the challenges that exist in completing objective and accurate clinical assessment, and what this will mean for you as a student on clinical placement next semester. The relevant ANSAT (Standard 4) must be referred to throughout your reflection.




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    Demonstration of critical thinking, clinical reasoning and clinical judgement (25 marks) HD (21.25 – 25) Gibb’s Stages 1-3 [description, feelings, evaluation] Concise and clear description of learning. Succinct and clear explanation of feelings. Insightful evaluation and judgement of situation.Demonstration of critical thinking, clinical reasoning and clinical judgement (20 marks) HD (17 - 20) Gibb’s Stage 4-6 [analysis, conclusion, action plan] Insightful analysis of key components. Insightful recognition of what has been learnt from the reflection. Explicit and thoughtful action plan described.

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    We need to write 1000 words essay on any one health assessment using Gibbs Reflective writing 1.Measuring TPR (Temperature, Pulse, Respiration) 2.Measuring BP (Blood Pressure) Length =1000 words Purpose: to demonstrate beginning skills in critical thinking, clinical reasoning, clinical judgement, and reflective practice; through the use of a professional portfolio. Instructions: Reflect on what you have learnt this semester related to a specific aspect of health assessment= measurement of TPR, or measurement of BP) as it relates to your developing ability to meet Criteria 4 of the ANSAT tool “Comprehensively Conducts Assessment”. Use the Gibb’s Cycle of Reflection as a structured framework for this assessment. Can you do 1 reflective writing assignment which is 1000 words.



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