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(Enrolled - Division 2 Nursing)
HLTEN506B Apply principles of wound management in the clinical environment
Assessment Outcome Sheet
To be completed by the student
Course Code and Title:HLT51 612 Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled- Division 2 Nursing)
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Individual presentation
The individual is required to deliver a short presentation on one of the topic mentioned below. Presentation time is 10minutes. The individual is required to submit a detailed written paper on their topic with full research references (maximum 1000 words). The paper must include an introduction, main body and conclusion. It must be formatted and presented in an academic manner. The answer sheet and your presentation are evaluated and the student will be assessed by the assessor based on the marking guide attached with the topic question.
Topics for presentation
1. Chronic Wounds
a. Definition
c. Pathology
d. Treatment and management
2. Explain in detail the phases of wound healing
The phases of wound healing are:
a. Haemostasis
b. Inflammation
c. Proliferation or Granulation
d. Remodelling or Maturation
3. Moist wound healing
a. Aim
b. Principles
c. Advantages
d. Types of wounds where this technique can be applied
e. Dressing Materials favouring this technique. How does it work?
4. Compression Therapy
a. What are the conditions/ types of wounds where compression therapy is used?
b. Goals of compression therapy
c. Types of compression devices and briefly explain them
d. Patient Assessment
5. Wound Assessment
a. Factors influencing wound healing
b. Wound as a factor influencing healing
c. Management strategies and other factors that influence healing
6. Explain the components of chain of infection.
a. Etiologic Agents
b. Reservoirs
c. Portal of Exit
d. Mode of Transmission
e. Portals of Entry
f. Susceptible Host
Marking Guide
Topic selected for presentation:
Marking criteria for Presentation Comments S/NS
Introduction – introduces topic and group to audience, purpose of presentation, rationale for topic selection, logical overview of what will happen, main content and conclusion
Well focused and to the point, relevant information, clear presentation, eye contact with audience, promotes interest
Well constructed presentation, logical argument and reasoning
Provides link/reference to legal, cultural, ethical aspects, relevance to professional practice
Offers evidence in support of their conclusion/s consisting of data, quotations, references to and arguments relevant to the Subject
Provide an interesting presentation using supporting resources, power point slides, props, pictures, handouts, posters, brochures, information on white board, asking audience questions
Convey research evidence and preparation by reading widely around the particular subject, understood the material fully
Highlight the key points in their material, reemphasized those points in the conclusion and conclusions drawn appropriately
The presenters put own point of view in an appropriate manner. Response to questions and comment competent / accurate / adequate/inadequate.
Personal organisation adequate e.g. managing questions, notes, props. Time keeping managed well
11. Submitted the presentation
Includes, cover page, introduction, rationale, objectives
(elements and performance criteria of the unit), discussion and analysis, conclusion, references.
Presented in academic format.