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Due Monday 4th May 2020, midnight
Task 1- Feedback review on Part A
This activity is to be completed and submitted as part of Assessment 2 (Part B).
This activity should bring to your attention the importance of referencing and paraphrasing and help to improve your marks awarded for Academic Style and Referencing.
Use your submitted Assessment 2 (Part A) when considering the following questions. Please highlight or underline your chosen answer.
a) Did you include in-text references in your answer and a reference list at the end?
b) What is the purpose of including in-text references and a reference list in an assessment?
a) Provide evidence for the source of the information
b) Allows information to be included without paraphrasing
c) Permits information to be directly copied without rewriting
c) What is the purpose of submitting your assessment through Turnitin?
a) Allows you to identify material that needs to be referenced
b) Allows you to identify material that needs to be paraphrased
c) Allows you to identify incorrect information that should be removed
d) Which of the following Turnitin similarity percentages best represents an assessment that has been well paraphrased?
Make sure you include in-text references in every answer and check your Turnitin similarity % at least three days before the due date so you have time to paraphrase your answers.
Task 2- Short answer questions.
Note: Please see Learning Guide for questions.
All answers must be in complete sentences and include in-text references as evidence for the source of your knowledge.
Question 2- Oxygen is an essential element in the human body. Answer the following: (400 words, 10 marks)
a. (approximately 40 words)
Q: What is normal oxygen saturation levels in a healthy person?
A: The normal oxygen saturation level in human is 95% to 100%.
Q: Why must oxygen saturation be kept in homeostatic range?
b. (approximately 360 words)
Q: Trace the pathway of oxygen delivery to cells in the body (commencing at the alveoli until it enters the cells).
Q: How does the knowledge of this process relate to nursing/midwifery practice when measuring a patient’s oxygen saturation?
Question 3. Cardiovascular disease is a national health priority effecting many Australians. A healthy eating pattern can contribute to maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. An important part of this eating pattern is to replace
saturated fats with unsaturated fats. (200 words, 5 marks)
Answer the following:
a. (approximately 100 words)
Q: Name 2 dietary sources of saturated fats
Q: Describe the effect a diet high in saturated fats can have on the
structure and function of the cardiovascular system.
b. Answer: (approximately 100 words)
Q: Name two dietary sources of unsaturated fats
Q: Describe the role unsaturated fats play in a healthy cardiovascular
Note: minimum of four references must be used and not more than two websites can be used in this assessment.