Assessment task 1: Health Planning in the Literature

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This assessment task provides students with the opportunity to analyse the health planning literature and learn the process, language, breadth and complexity of health planning.

Objective(s): This assessment task addresses subject learning objective(s): A, C and D

  1. Consider, and adapt to local circumstances, evidenced based health planning principles, frameworks and processes.

2.  Determine the issues impacting health planning and health plan evaluation, including enabling and impeding factors.

3. Create a variety of ways in which complex issues can be effectively communicated for a variety of target audiences.

This assessment task contributes to the development of graduate attribute(s): 1.0, 2.0 and 4.0

Reflective, critical thinker who influences practice, policy and research to achieve clinical excellence and transform healthcare services. (1.0)

Effective, collaborative and responsive leader who considers health care in a global context. (2.0)

Communicates effectively and appropriately in challenging, complex and diverse situations. (4.0)

Task:

Based on information drawn from class sessions and independent investigation, each student is to provide a succinct descriptive and evaluative annotated summary of six academic papers that have a focus on health planning (300 words for each paper). A purpose designed template will be provided to students to guide the successful completion of assessment task 1.

Type: Annotated bibliography

Length: 1800 word annotated bibliography

Weight: 30%

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