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HNN301
Assessment Task 1
1500 words, 40%
Purpose of assessment task
A socially inclusive society is based on the fundamental values of equity, equality, human rights, justice and freedoms (UNESCO, 2018). It is estimated that costs related to social exclusion in Australia exceed $45 billion (AHRC, 2019). It is important that registered nurses are aware of mental health promotion approaches to promote social inclusion and reduce or prevent mental health complications that can arise due to social exclusion. Focusing on people who are homeless, this assessment will enable you to demonstrate knowledge of social exclusion, its impact on mental health and one mental health program to promote social inclusion among homeless populations.
Due date: Friday 7th August 2020
Time: 7.59pm, prior to 4pm is recommended in case of technical issues
Location: Assignment dropbox on the HNN301 CloudDeakin unit site
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Assignment Question / Task Description:
Discuss the impact of social exclusion on mental health for people who are homeless. Discuss current strategies to alleviate social exclusion and homelessness, your discussion must include an explanation of one (1) Australian mental health promotion program designed to promote social inclusion and mental health among homeless populations.
Instructions for this assessment task:
• Familiarise yourself with the online material on CloudDeakin and the material covered in the seminars;
• draw on theoretical concepts of health promotion covered in HNN301 – you need to include concepts from the Melbourne Charter in your discussion;
• access relevant contemporary mental health promotion literature to support your discussion;
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• explore current peer reviewed literature examining the impact of social exclusion for people who are homeless;
• search the literature to identify a mental health promotion strategy to promote social inclusion for people who are homeless;
• the suggested readings in the unit are a good place to start. References to noncredible websites and/or Wikipedia are not appropriate for this assessment task;
• make sure you self-assess your assignment against the marking rubric available before submission. This enables you to make sure all the required areas have been covered.
Presentation requirements:
Cover page required. Referencing: APA 6th Font:
12-point type size.
Times or Times New Roman.
Spacing:
Double-line spacing (Do not insert extra lines between paragraphs or the references list entries.)
Page numbers
Page numbers to be provided on all pages except front page. Place page number in the top right hand corner
Margins
2.54 cm at the top, bottom, left-hand, and right-hand sides of the page.
Paragraph indents
Indent the first line of each paragraph (using the tab key or paragraph tool).
Exceptions: abstract, block quotations, titles and headings, table titles and notes (consult with APA 6 style manual for specific detail).
Justification of text
All text needs to be aligned to the left, not justified
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Criterion mode: Points High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Fail
Starting % 80 Starting % 70 Starting % 60 Starting % 50 Starting % 0
Demonstrates understanding of the impact of social exclusion on mental health for people who are homeless
All aspects of the impacts of social exclusion are explained in a synthesised response that demonstrates integration of key concepts. Key aspects of the impacts of social exclusion are explained in depth with some integration of key concepts. Key aspects of the impacts of social exclusion are explained in depth but lacks integration of key concepts. Most aspects of the impacts of social exclusion are briefly described. Lacks detail and depth. Does not demonstrate knowledge of the impact of social exclusion on mental health for people who are homeless
Points/Percentage 40
Explains one mental health promotion strategy to promote social inclusion and mental health for people who are homeless.
A mental health promotion strategy to promote social inclusion and mental health for people who are homeless is explained in a synthesised response that demonstrates integration of key concepts. A mental health promotion strategy to promote social inclusion and mental health for people who are homeless is explained in depth that demonstrates integration of key concepts. A mental health promotion strategy to promote social inclusion and mental health for people who are homeless is explained in depth but lacks integration of key concepts. A mental health promotion strategy to promote social inclusion and mental health for people who are homeless is explained briefly.
Lacks detail and depth. Does not demonstrate knowledge of a mental health promotion strategy to promote social inclusion and mental health for people who are homeless
Points/Percentage 30
Relevant literature selected and used to support discussion. There is evidence of thorough research through the selection of quality literature, which is utilised skillfully to develop a coherent and convincing argument. There is evidence of wide research through the selection of mostly quality literature, which is utilised skillfully to support the claims made. There is evidence of sufficient research through the selection of mostly quality literature, which is
utilised well to support the claims made. The quality of the
literature selected is adequate and has been utilised to support the claims made most of the time. The quality of the literature is inadequate which has resulted in an unsatisfactory explanation of the concepts and insufficient evidence to support the claims made.
Points/Percentage 20
Formatting and Referencing style is accurate and consistent with APA style. Adhered to APA
referencing style at all times. Adhered to APA referencing style with minimal errors in text or the reference list. Adhered to APA referencing style with minor errors in text or reference list. Adhered to APA referencing style with significant errors noted in text or reference list. APA 6 style not used to support discussion in text or reference list.
Points/Percentage 5
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Writing is in accordance with standard language conventions. Content is presented in a coherent and logically-organised sequence and expressed in engaging, well written, grammatically correct language. Content presented is logically organised and expressed in clear and grammatically correct language with minimal errors in spelling and grammar.
The content is logically organised and most of the time is expressed in clear language with few errors in spelling and grammar.
Content can be understood adequately, although improvements could be made to one of more of the following: better organisation; clearer articulation of ideas; and greater attention to spelling and grammar. Disorganised structure and unclear expression make it difficult to follow ideas, and multiple spelling and grammatical errors significantly detract from readability throughout.
Points/Percentage 5
Total Points 100 (This total must be manually calculated)
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