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PARA2005 – Written Assignment 2015
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CONTENT
Introduces the assignment with a brief synopsis of the
case and outline the writer intent
Accurately identifies the key diagnostic signs and
relates these signs to a set of plausible differential
diagnoses
Provides a plausible rationale for including each
differential diagnosis
Selects no more than three most likely diagnoses and
comprehensively describes pathophysiology/pathology
involved and underlying mechanisms responsible for
each of the differential diagnoses
Accurately describes current management practices
and/or therapies and provides an informed discussion of
their benefits and limitations
Identifies areas of current research and how outcomes
are likely to aid the development of new therapies,
prevention or management practices, detection methods
etc (can be focussed on a specific aspect or generalistic)
Critically reviews information and correctly identifies
knowledge gaps or areas of debate (can be focussed
around a specific clinical aspect of the condition)
Provides a succinct summary section highlighting 2-3
key points as primary conclusions (based on evidence
presented)
Higher marks will be awarded for a comprehensive
exploration of the topic, with consistently sound critical
evaluation of concepts and personal synthesis of issues.
STRUCTURE
Develops a sound and informative table of contents
Main points clearly identified, discussed in a logical and
sequential manner and directly related to the table of
contents
Paragraphs and sentences are well structured and linked
in terms of context and information content.
Appropriate sentence length used with clear concept
development and supporting detail provided with
minimal repetition
Clear development of themes and/or discussion
“arguments” based on critical review of the literature
Diagrams and figures used effectively to support text
PRESENTATION
Well set out; clear, easy to read style.
Grammatical and spelling accuracy.
Within 10% of word limit
EVIDENCE OF RESEARCH
Researched material is well synthesised into content,
cited correctly and accurate details provided in a
reference list conforming to Author-Date (Harvard or
APA 5th) System.
Limited use of text books, with only peer reviewed
sources used (no web sites)
Extensive use of primary references supporting critical
evaluation of concepts and personal synthesis of issues,
areas of debate
Clear distillation of referenced material into own words,
NO evidence of plagiarism
OVERALL GRADE
Max
Grade
70
10
5
15
100
Your
Grade
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