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Critical analysis of person centred integrative care and practice and an analysis of current integrative working (in your sphere), the barriers towards this and proposals for change and improvement

Assessment Brief: person centred integrative care and practice and an analysis of current integrative working

Module name: Integrating Practices 

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this assessment and this module, you will have demonstrated your ability to:

1.   Critically analyse person centred integrative care and practice;

 2.   Critically evaluate contemporary approaches towards, and barriers to, integrative    working within your own sphere of practice and

 3.   Reflect on the self-development needed for you to support integrative working practices.

Assessment:CW1:  A report for work colleagues, supervisor, or manager which includes the following: a critical analysis of person centred integrative care and practice andan analysis of current integrative working (in your sphere), the barriers towards this and  proposals for change and improvement. CW2: A development plan in which you: analyse how the self-awareness and personal development work undertaken during this module will inform your future professional growth and development;explain how this development will contribute to the interests of your client group.
Assessment Component:Assessment weighting:               Length: Assessed module learning outcome(s):
CW150%2,000 words1 & 2
CW250%1,500 words3
Submission date and time: Provisional feedback released:

 

Assessment Presentation

Manuscript

Your manuscript needs to;

•        Include page numbers (pages should be numbered at the top right).

•        Be double-spaced

•        Have a 1-inch (2.54 cm) margin, Times New Roman or Arial, 12 font.

•        Maintain the confidentiality of service users/patients/clients and persons associated with them, service colleagues and organisations.

•        Include a reference list (Harvard referencing), headed with ‘References’ centred, do not make it bold. Please refer to Cite Them Right.

•        Use ‘the author’ to describe yourself. However you may use ‘I’ or ‘my in self-reflection e.g. This phenomenon was often present in my practice.

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