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NRSG375 Clinical Leadership
Assessment Task 1: Audio visual presentation
You are required to design and produce a 2-3 minute audio visual presentation which relates to a clinical leadership issue of interest to you and submit the assessment in the format of a narrated powerpoint presentation. You may wish to follow the format of the mini lecture recordings made by Dr David Stanley which you can find in online module 2, for your narrated powerpoint (ppt) presentation. The idea is that you will speak to power point slides relating to the issue of interest. Please ensure that you use a minimum of 18 font for each of the ppt slides and that you break up dense text. You will need to write a script to speak to, for your narrations for each of the slide, it is important that you not simply read from the text of each slide.
This assessment task requires you to identify someone (preferably Buddy nurse, CNS, ANUM, NUM, Clinical Educator or if unable to reflect on a nurse clinician, an alternative health discipline clinician) you have noticed on clinical placement who has displayed qualities consistent with the clinical leadership issue of interest that you have chosen. Online module 1 presents a comprehensive exploration of the topic of clinical leadership and the related literature, to which you should refer when deciding on the issue you choose to pursue for this assessment task.
You will need to explore what characteristics of clinical leadership were evident in the issue of interest and how you observed these qualities displayed by the person you have chosen to reflect upon for this assessment task. You will need to support the concepts relating to clinical leadership with evidence from the contemporary literature.
The narrated powerpoint should be no more than 10 slides (including 1 for Introduction and 1 for References), and no more than 3 minutes of narration. Please note the entire submitted file of your assessment task cannot be larger than 100mb or it will not be able to be successfully submitted into the designated assignment dropbox in the assessment folder of your campus tile.
Referencing is integral to academic writing, in the Faculty of Health Sciences, the prescribed referencing convention is the APA referencing style. You may wish to revisit these requirements at the following link.
https://leo.acu.edu.au/mod/book/view.php?id=1888106&chapterid=116998
Please refer to the rubric for this assessment task below as a further guide to assessment expectations.
ASSESSMENT TASK 1- Audio visual presentation (40%)
Criteria
(marks) Expected High Distinction (HD)
Standard Expected Distinction (D)
Standard Expected Credit (CR)
Standard Expected Pass (PA)
Standard Fail (NN)
Standard Fail (NN)
(No attempt made)
Focus & Introduction
5 marks There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic, and contextualises and profiles the scope, content and the sequence of the narrated audio visual presentation. There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic, and profiles most the scope, content and the sequence of the narrated audio visual presentation. There is a clear
introduction that outlines some of the topic, and profiles some content. There is a clear introduction that outlines the topic.
There is an introductory sentence that outlines the topic, some parts are unclear and or absent. There is no introduction.
Content and Evidence
10 marks The content is relevant to the topic. Student has highlighted in detail all the relevant significant factors; explained and analysed the concepts and or issues and their importance.
Referred to relevant theory and literature to support their reasoning and examples are presented. The content is relevant to the topic. Student has highlighted all the relevant significant factors; explained and analysed the concepts and or issues and their importance.
Evidence and examples presented are of varying quality. Most content is relevant to the topic. Student has highlighted most of the relevant significant factors; explained and analysed the concepts and or issues and their importance on most occasions.
Evidence and examples presented are of varying quality. Some content is relevant to the topic. Explained and analysed the concepts and or issues and their importance on most occasions.
Evidence and examples are minimal.
There is insufficient content presented that is relevant to the topic, and no evidence and/or examples are presented. The content and evidence are not appropriate.
Critical Thinking & Reasoning
10 marks There is evidence of both depth and breadth of reading. An argument is presented and well supported with evidence. There is evidence of breadth of reading. An argument is presented with supported evidence.
An argument is presented with some supported evidence.
An argument is presented with minimal support of evidence.
Arguments made are not supported by any evidence.
There is no clear argument presented.
Sequencing & Accuracy
5 marks The content in the narrated audio visual presentation matches the outline presented in the introductory slide. All slides are organised in a logical manner so that content flows from one to the next, and there are clear linking sentences that link each slide to the next. The audio visual The content in the narrated audio visual presentation mostly matches the outline presented in the introductory slide. Most slides are organised in a logical manner, and the audio visual presentation ends with a rational conclusion. There is a clear introduction, followed by the body of the audio visual presentation, and conclusion. However, content within the body and within slides is not always logically There is a clear introduction, followed by the body of the audio visual presentation, with a conclusion. However, there is little evidence of sequential presentation. Some slides relate to a discrete idea. There is not a clear introduction, body and conclusion to the audio visual presentation. Slides do not relate to a discrete idea, or link to one another. There is no evidence of sequencing or linking of slides.
presentation ends with a rational conclusion. sequenced. Most slides relate to a discrete idea.
Sources & Referencing
5 marks Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on all occasions.
Accurate and consistent use of comprehensive and credible in-text citations and ref list. Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions.
Mostly Accurate and consistent use of thorough and credible use of in-text citations and ref list. Credible and relevant references are used. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions.
Generally accurate and consistent use of sufficient in-text citations and ref list. Most references are credible and relevant. Accurate use of APA referencing style on most occasions.
Adequate use of in-text citations on most occasions and ref list Not all references are credible and/or relevant. Many inaccuracies with the APA referencing style.
Too many direct quotations and/or references are irrelevant and/or not credible There are no references used.
Quality of audio visual presentation and narrated powerpoint
5 marks Flawless. There are no errors with the quality of the audio-visual presentation, and the meaning is easily discernible. There are minimal errors with the quality of the audio-visual presentation and the meaning is easily discernible. There are some errors with the quality of the audio-visual presentation. However, the meaning is readily discernible. There are substantial errors with the quality of the audio-visual presentation. The errors detract significantly, but
the meaning is discernible. There are substantial with the quality of the audiovisual presentation. The errors detract significantly,
but the meaning is discernible with major effort. The poor quality of the audio-visual presentation is such that the reader cannot make sense of the content.

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