Perioperative practice

Description

1. A reflective essay analysing a critical incident related to your anaesthetic practice as it relates to trauma, non-scheduled, oral/maxillofacial, obstetric, and paediatric surgery. (100% equivalent to 1,500 words).

Learning Outcomes
This assessment meets the following learning outcomes:
Learning Outcomes:
On completion of this unit you should be able to:
Assessment Criteria:
To achieve the learning outcome you must demonstrate the ability to:

1 Demonstrate the following knowledge and understanding
• Evaluate the key concepts underpinning your role during the administration of anaesthesia in oral/maxillofacial surgery, obstetric interventions, and urgent, emergency and other non-scheduled surgery. On behalf of the patient, identify care that is appropriate to the patient’s needs. Design a culture of compassion and support for patients and their significant others in the anaesthetic room as part of the interprofessional team.

• Review current practices in the clinical setting as related to anaesthetic care differentiating between excellent, evidence based perioperative patient care from care that is of poor standard. Identify a critical incident related to your anaesthetic practice as it pertains to trauma, non-scheduled, oral/maxillofacial, obstetric, and paediatric surgery.

2 Demonstrate the following skills and abilities
• Plan and implement evidence based anaesthetic care for patients undergoing oral/maxillofacial surgery, obstetric interventions, and urgent, emergency and other non-scheduled surgery with the aim of enhancing service provision and patient safety. Design, illustrate, and critique a culture of compassion and support for patients and their significant others in the anaesthetic room as part of the interprofessional team.

• Use a model of reflection and explore the possible impact of suboptimal quality patient care upon the perioperative patient.
• Use a variety of current and credible sources of information to inform your essay and strengthen your critique.

Guidelines for this Assessment

To pass assessment 1.0 you will need to meet the following:

• Your essay should be fully referenced using the Harvard system – refer to the University referencing guidelines for full details
• Review current practices in the clinical setting as related to anaesthetic care differentiating between excellent, evidence based perioperative patient care from care that is of poor standard. Identify a critical incident related to your anaesthetic practice as it pertains to trauma, non-scheduled, oral/maxillofacial, obstetric, and paediatric surgery.
• Use a model of reflection and explore the possible impact of suboptimal quality patient care upon the perioperative patient.
• Use a variety of current and credible sources of information to inform your essay and strengthen your critique.

Marking Criteria for this Assessment
Markers will take the following criteria into account when allocating marks:

Your assignment must meet the specified learning outcomes fully.
It must be your own work – no collaboration or use of another’s ideas/text is permitted without appropriate referencing.
You need to reflect using a credible and fully referenced model of reflection.
You need to critically analyze the care given and use a strong evidence base to support your work.

Word Allowance for this Assessment

The word allowance for this essay is 1500 words
▪ You may exceed the word allowance by 10% without penalty.
▪ All words used in the assignment (Introduction, Body and Conclusion) are included in the word count. It is normal for the computer to ‘count’ all words including tables, diagrams, references in the text and direct quotes.
▪ The word limit does not include the reference list, bibliography or appendices.
▪ you should state the word count at the end of the assignment after the conclusion

If an assignment presented for marking falls outside these guidelines, the marking team may downgrade the assignment

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