child report

 

Topic: child report

 

 

This assignment is a child assessment report

 

I’ve assed a child and check his height, weight, temp, heart rate, rep rate.

 

 

Now i want you to read carefully my teacher’s instructions AND make sure you meet the feedback sheet conditions (it’s the

last paper of this file).

 

In section 1, I’ve done most of it, you just check the grammar and the sentences structures.

 

In section 2, which is 1000 words, please read the instructions carefully as i don’t have enough time to return it to make

revision!!

 

F u need anything to know about the child assessment which i’ve done.. just send me a message and I’ll replay

 

 

Completing the Assignment:

Type your answers onto the proforma as per the following instructions:

In Section 1 (500 words). Enter the raw data from your assessment of the child. Short phrases or dot points are suitable in

section one. No referenced material can be included as data.

 

In Section 2 (1000 words)

Provide a referenced analysis and interpretation of the health assessment data using support from at least 4 additional peer

reviewed journal articles (2006 or later).

(These are NOT from set course readings). Each topic within the health assessment must be analysed and interpreted in section

2.

Child Health Assessment Report

SECTION 1: Child Health Assessment Pro Forma (500 words)

Conducted by                    Date      29 AUG 2012

Child’s first name                             Age        7 years

Venue of assessment    At the child’s home         Gender                male

PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT

Height   105         Weight 17 kg      BMI        15.4 healthy weight

Temperature     36.0 Celsius         Pulse     94 beats per minute       Respirations       16 breaths per minute

Oral health

(plus oral health behaviours)      •             He brushes his teeth 3 times a day.

•             He said that he has never gone to the dentist.

DEVELOPMENT

Speech •             His way of speech was excellent.

•             I noticed that he vocalized the letters correctly.

•             Chosen words were decent for his age.

Interaction with  the assessor    Before starting the assessment we had a chat about his school, at the beginning he was shy,

then when I talked about my childhood school he started to ask some curious questions, then he talked about his school,

friends and teachers enthusiastically.

He started to feel more comfortable, starting to show me his school books, talking about his best friends and cousins.

In brief, his interaction was good as I did not face any problem to interact with him.

HEALTH HISTORY

Sleep pattern

 

•             He sleeps at 9 p.m. in the weekdays.

•             Wakes up at 7a.m. to his school.

•             Usually his mother waking him up.

Physical activity

 

•             He said that he likes sports.

•             He mentioned that his favourite sports is running and jumping.

 

 

Screen time

 

•             He watch TV daily after school

•             His favourite TV shows is cars cartoons.

Nutrition

(24 hour recall)

 

 

 

 

•             He eats three meals a day

•             In his school’s lunch box he got a sandwich, yogurt, biscuits, ships, banana and apple juice

.

Record any other comments made by the child about their general health status:

•             He mentioned that he is short now but he is drinking a glass of milk everyday to become taller.

•             He’s mother added that his weight should be more than 17kg because he eats well, but the reason of getting low weight

that he plays a lot and burns calories.

SOCIAL HISTORY

Family Network (do not include names)

•             His family is structured of 5 persons including him (mom, dad, two brothers, one of my brothers is still

baby).

•             He lives with his mom, dad and his two brothers.

Family Socialisation – family activities

•             They usually go to Marion centre, parks, cinema and supermarket.

•             Last weekend he went to his mom’s friend’s birthday.

Friendships/ Social Network (do not include names)       •             His friend at home is his younger brother.

•             At school he usually plays at the play ground with his friends.

Note any other activities you undertook with the child:

•             He went to the mosque with his father last week, he said that he likes to go to the cinema with his parents but

usually his father’s busy.

•             He also mentioned that he likes public transportations e.g. trams, buses and trains.

 

 

SECTION 2: Analysis and Interpretation of the Assessment Data (1000 words)

– within your referenced discussion identify expected norms or recommendations and compare the child’s data from section one.

 

 

 

 

 

Reference List

 

 

 

Feedback Sheet – Assessment 3: Child Health Assessment Report (%45

)

 

Assessment criteria

 

 

Distinction / HD

(75-84 5)(85-100%)

Higher level/exemplary

competence in most areas. HD: Exemplary competence                Credit

(65-74%)

Competency in all parameters.  PLUS: demonstrates higher

level competence on

some parameters.           Pass 1

(55-64%)

Basic competence in all criteria. Pass 2

(50-54%)

Basic competence on most parameters. Most requirements for pass are reached.           Fail 1

(40-49%)

Insufficient competence on some parameters.

Deficiencies in meeting Pass requirements.         Fail 2

(0-39%)

Competence not demonstrated on most parameters. Requirements for Pass clearly not met.

Collects and uses recent, relevant literature in the discussion sections of the proforma  Higher/Exemplary level of

knowledge and application is indicated by:

 

As for Credit with extensive use of different refereed journal articles, particularly research.        A good level of knowledge and

application is indicated by:

 

As for Pass1 but more than three recent refereed journal articles used.                Satisfactory level of  knowledge and application  is

indicated by:

 

Consistent use of textbooks and learn on line resources, and at least three recent refereed journal articles.        Basic

knowledge and understanding is indicated by:

 

Adequate use of course textbook and learn on line resources and at least three recent refereed journal articles.

Limited knowledge and understanding is indicated by:

 

Little use of textbook and learn on line resources.  Non-reputable sources used. One or two recent refereed journal articles

used.     Minimal knowledge and  understanding is indicated by:

 

Course textbook and learn on line resources not used.  Non-reputable sources used. No recent refereed journal articles used.

Presents assignment in accordance with criteria in Course Outline, demonstrating an understanding of the health assessment

process                All components exemplary.

All components addressed at a good level, demonstrating a sound understanding of the health assessment process.

Presented as per Course Outline.

A satisfactory level of understanding of the health assessment process is demonstrated throughout the assignment.     All

sections of assignment are adequately presented;

 

or the inadequacy of one section is made up for by better answers in other sections.

Limited attention to assignment criteria.

 

More than one section does not demonstrate an understanding of the health assessment process.

Little or no attempt to follow assignment criteria.

 

A poor understanding of the health assessment process is demonstrated throughout the assignment.

The written work demonstrates written literacy as appropriate to the discipline and professional area of nursing

As per Credit and:

 

Demonstration of an excellent ability to critically analyse information using language appropriate to the nursing profession.

As per Pass 1 and:

 

Demonstration of an above average ability to critically analyse information using language appropriate to the nursing

profession.

Sentences/paragraphs that are constructed so that they relate to each other.

 

Sentences/paragraphs that consistently progress the ideas related to the topic.

 

Consistent and correct use of spelling, grammar &/or punctuation.          Sentences/paragraphs that occasionally do not relate

to each other.

 

Sentences/paragraphs that inconsistently progress the ideas related to the topic.

 

Occasional poor use of spelling, grammar &/or punctuation.        Sentences/paragraphs that occasionally relate to each other.

 

Sentences/paragraphs that occasionally progress the ideas related to the topic.

 

Limited and inaccurate spelling, grammar &/or punctuation.        Sentences/paragraphs that rarely relate to each other.

 

Sentences/paragraphs that rarely progress the ideas related to the topic.

 

Numerous spelling, grammar &/or punctuation mistakes

 

Accurate documentation of health assessment data       Excellent, detailed assessment data – nothing missing in any

sections.              Mostly a thorough health assessment – some minor details missing.        Adequate assessment data; more

details required in several aspects of proforma.                Most of the health assessment details are recorded but some major

gaps identified. Some assessment data is unclear and/or very little detail is documented.             Most of the

assessment data is unclear and/or missing.

Analysis of health assessment data demonstrates a holistic concern for the child

As per Credit plus:

Answers demonstrate a broader analysis of the literature.  Links between different ideas and opinions are made.

As per Pass 1 plus: Evidence of an accurate understanding of the possible implications of the strengths/health

problem for the child and their family.

Accurate identification of most of the important strengths/actual and/or potential health problems for the child.

Satisfactory rationales for health problems.         Some accurate identification of important strengths/actual and/or potential

health problems for the child.  Some gaps in knowledge.  Limited rationales for health strengths/problems.        Limited

identification of strengths/actual and/or potential health problems for the child. Some important  strengths/health concerns

are missed and/or rationales not given for comments    Minimal &/or inaccurate

Identification of strengths /actual and/or potential health problems for the child.

Important strengths/health concerns are missed and/or rationales not given for comments.

Correctly uses Harvard referencing technique.

Correct use of  Harvard referencing technique throughout.         Correct use of Harvard referencing technique although

occasional errors evident.            Limited or inaccurate use of Harvard referencing technique: refer to AIO?            Significantly

limited/inaccurate use of Harvard referencing technique Answers not referenced: refer to AIO

 

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