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1 Diploma of in Community Health Care and Support Level 7 Course Code & Title: HLTH7005: Work Placement Course Credits: 30 Assessment No. and Type: Assessment 1 - Individual Work Placement Portfolio Version: 2.3 Term & Cohort: Due Date: Assessment Weighting 80% Total Mark: 100 Tutor’s Name: Purpose The purpose of this final assessment is to enable you to apply your learning about community health and how to assist with the health of individuals, whanau and family while on work placement. You will also engage in inquiry-based learning to analyse your professional development observing the provision of health care services and evaluating the holistic needs of all stakeholders; individuals, whanau, family, organisations and communities. While working as a practitioner and advocate in a professional environment you will be able to develop health management plans that build on strengths and enhance resilience. This is also an opportunity to research, articulate and apply relevant learning and skills to ethical, effective organisational healthcare practices in a professional work context. Learning Outcomes: This assessment relates to the following learning outcomes: 1. Demonstrate professional autonomy and accountability in Health Care professional practice. 2. Evaluate the personal, cultural and professional standards that must be considered in Health Care professional practice. 3. Demonstrate adaptability and willingness to change in the context of the evolution of Health Care practices in New Zealand. 4. Work as a reflective practitioner.
2 Assessment overview This summative assessment is a collection of evidence in the form of a Portfolio, which will be compiled while you are on work placement. The evidence, including your observations and reflections, will be assessed by a New Zealand School of Education (NZSE) tutor, in conjunction with the feedback and observations from your work placement supervisor and placement tutor. During your work placement there is a requirement that you keep a reflective journal so that you can draw on these reflections using Gibbs Reflective Cycle and fulfil the criteria for each part of the portfolio. *There is an expectation of professional integrity within your Portfolio that you must not include raw data from your reflective journal and/or information that may identify clients/patients, their whanau/family and or work placement staff. During the placement you will work under supervision, as agreed in the guidelines and contract in the Work Placement Handbook, and collect the required evidence. You will also have an opportunity to reflect on feedback you receive from the workplace supervisor and placement tutor. There are four parts to the Portfolio which are outlined in the assessment schedule below: * The data you will collect and record in your reflective journal is exploratory enabling you to gain insight and meaning during your workplace experience and impact on your healthcare professional

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