Discuss 3 health promotion opportunities applicable

Discuss 3 health promotion opportunities applicable

Assignment: Discuss the relevant health promotion opportunities applicable to the person/group of people within your

placement area taking into account the legal, ethical and policy context.
Choose 3 health promotion issues (such as nutrition: obesity/undernourishment, smoking, infection control, exercise,

alcohol) for your study.
Word Limit:2000 words (plus or minus 10%)
Firstly, choose a patient/client or group of clients in whose care you have been involved in. Then give some brief,

relevant background details about them with regard to their needs and the care given. This could relate to a ward, nursing

home, assisted living accommodation or nursery.
Within your assignment you must consider the issue of consent in relation to the patient/client or groups of clients.
Use your reading to help you develop your discussions and ensure that your work is referenced from current evidence and


Assignment Guidelines:
Firstly, you will need to discuss how you gained consent from a person/group in whose care you have been involved. This

consent may come from the manager of the area.
You will then need to consider the legal framework that governs the context you have chosen eg. Nursery you would need to

include The Children Act (1989).
You also need to consider the ethical issues related to your case study. This could include confidentiality, storage of

client information, beneficence, non-maleficence, autonomy and justice.
You also need to consider the policy context. In terms of an acute setting this might include reference to the Health and

Social Care Act (2012).
Remember that you will need to link your discussions about care to your wider reading and research. Try to think how the

theory you read relates to the practice you experience. Ensure that you use Harvard referencing in your text.
The aim of this assessment is to help you build on the work we have covered in the scenario focused sessions, your reading

and personal study, as well as to enable you to demonstrate achievement of the module learning outcomes. It should also

help you to develop your skills and knowledge in assessing and delivering care in practice. You should be able to see

change here in terms of where you were at the beginning of the first year and where you are now.
Your work must be original and must not be based on any other assessment you or someone else has completed. Your work will

also be checked using TURNITIN plagiarism software.
Please remember the issue of confidentiality. Nowhere in the essay should the person, ward, hospital or other setting be

identified. Permission must be obtained from the patient to use their case.
You should write your assignment so that you include reflection on practice, but this will need to be clearly linked with

discussions and points of view that have emerged from your reading. You will need to refer to this reading throughout your

text using the Harvard Referencing System.
Try and get as much discussion as possible going in your writing. Make sure that you support all of your discussions with

reference to your reading, as though we can all have views, in academic writing these must be supported with reference to

people who have written about them and who are viewed as experts in that field. By using what they say to support what we

say this gives our discussion/position strength and makes writing less subjective and more balanced.
Some guidance re: useful literature is contained in other parts of your module handbook. You should also use professional

databases to search for appropriate literature. Evidence from the literature to support and develop the points you make is

Remember to read around the literature first and then start to write the essay and not the other way around. Please ensure

that your sources are professionally orientated and please dont reference sources like Wikepedia or websites which are not

Please feel free to use pronouns such as I when you are reflecting on your practice but ensure that you return to using

third person writing when you are relating theory to practice or when you are discussing theoretical issues that have