Psychoactive Substance and Mental Health

SNPG939: Psychoactive Substance and Mental Health

ASSESSMENTS

SCHOOL OF NURSING

FACULTY OF SCIENCE, MEDICINE & HEALTH

SNPG939 Assessment Details

OVERVIEW

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  1. SNPG939: PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCE AND MENTAL HEALTH
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Assessment 3 Poster & Presentation
THURSDAY – 14TH MAY
Due date
Weighting 30%
Part A: Your assignment will be submitted into a Turnitin submission box within the
Submission SNPG939 Moodle site. You will have the opportunity to review and re-submit your
assignment up to the due date and time.
Part B: presentation
Type of Collaboration Individual assessment
Length Part A: A3 size poster (Landscape or Portrait)
Part B: 1300 words presentation
Part A: Poster
Select ONE of the pillars of the National Drug Strategy namely demand reduction,
supply reduction or harm reduction. Create a poster that demonstrates your
understanding of this pillar and the effect that it has on reducing drug harm. Your poster:
Convey knowledge about your selected pillar to your student peers
Should be visually appealing
Use APA reference style
Details Please see submission format in section below.
Part B: presentation (1300)WORDS
Describe your poster and understanding of your chosen National Drug Strategy pillar. You should also explain how
your chosen pillar seeks to reduce harm to those who may be at risk of developing a
substance use disorder and/or those currently experiencing a substance use disorder.
In your presentation, you can use visual prompt (pictures,posters) but PowerPoint is not permitted.
Part A: Posters can be submitted to Turnitin as either PDF, Jpeg or Word.docs. You are
welcome to use any software to create the poster such as Miscrosoft PowerPoint or
Publisher, or online infographic tools such as Canva https://www.canva.com/ or Easel.ly
Style and format https://www.easel.ly/
Reference style/format as per Author – Date (APA6). A summary of the APA system can
be accessed in the online guide on the Library website at:
http://uow.libguides.com/refcite/apa6
Subject Learning
Outcomes
Marking Criteria See Rubric page 7, 8, 9.
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Assessment 3 Part A: Poster

Criteria Fail 0-49% Pass 50-64% Credit 65-74% Distinction 75-84% High Distinction 85-100%
Content & Evidence – 40%
Poster contains appropriate Information is incomplete, Content is accurate but some Content is accurate, appropriate Excellent synthesis of content Exceptional synthesis of content
inaccurate, or not presented in a required information is missing and presented in a logical order. that is accurate, appropriate and that is accurate, appropriate and
items and information that logical order, making it difficult and/or not presented in a logical Most claims are backed by presented in a logical order. All presented in a logical order. All
reflects an understanding of the to follow. References are absent order, making it difficult to relevant literature. Presents a claims are backed by relevant claims are backed by relevant
topic. All claims are backed by or inappropriate. follow. Few references to viewpoint that is supported by literature. Presents a viewpoint literature. Presents a viewpoint
relevant scholarly literature. relevant resources to support relevant links to references. that is supported by relevant links that is supported by relevant links
argument. to references. to references.
Mechanics & presentation – 25%
Poster is well-organized and Poster is unorganized or Poster is somewhat organized Poster is mostly well-organized Poster is organized and mostly Poster is well-organized and
information is presented clearly. cluttered. There are errors in and mostly presented clearly. and presented clearly. Spelling, presented clearly. Spelling, information is presented clearly.
Spelling, grammar, and spelling, grammar, and There may be minor errors in grammar, and punctuation in any grammar, and punctuation in any Spelling, grammar, and
punctuation in any text on the punctuation. spelling, grammar, and text on the poster is accurate. text on the poster is accurate. punctuation in any text on the
poster is accurate. punctuation. poster is accurate.
Creativity 25%
Images, pictures, clip art and Images are inappropriate and Images, pictures, and clip art and Images are appropriate and High levels of creativity Outstanding creativity
drawn artwork are creative and artwork shows little, if any, drawn artwork are somewhat demonstrate creativity. The demonstrated in the presentation demonstrated in the presentation
appropriate to the assigned topic. creativity. Overall, little effort is creative and appropriate to the overall result is pleasing to the and choice of images or pictures and choice of images or pictures
The overall result is pleasing to demonstrated in the creative assigned topic. Overall an eye. that are also appropriate. The that are also highly appropriate.
the eye. presentation of the poster. attempt has been made to present overall result is very pleasing to The overall result is very pleasing
the content creatively. the eye. to the eye.
References – 10%
Uses APA style. Both in-text Absent in-text referencing or Attempts to use APA style. Some Complies with referencing style APA referencing style is Complies with all the referencing
referencing and reference list reference list. Reference list & in- errors in reference list & in-text. requirements. Some referencing consistently accurate. Less than 5 style requirements. There are no
included. text referencing has major errors. References included in reference errors in in-text or referencing minor referencing errors. errors in referencing throughout.
list not in-text & vice-versa. list.

Please note: When using this rubric you must fulfil all the lower criteria before being awarded a higher grade.

Assessment 3 Part B: Presentation

Criteria Fail 0-49% Pass 50-64% Credit 65-74% Distinction 75-84% High Distinction 85-100%
Content 40%
Accurate description of chosen Incorrect or incomplete Information accurate and Clear and articulate analysis .that Excellent analysis of harm Exceptional analysis of harm
information. demonstrates basic knowledge of demonstrates basic knowledge of minimisation in Australia. minimisation in Australia,
National Drug Strategy pillar
topic. Attempts to present topic. Logical argument. Information accurate and demonstrating critical thinking in
and how it seeks to reduce harm
viewpoint. demonstrates in-depth knowledge relation to the topic. Logical
in the community.
of topic. Logical argument. argument.
Draws on Resources 30%
Recalls accurate and relevant Does not refer to any national Some reference to national & Highlights relevant connections Excellent use of relevant links to Uses relevant links to national &
national and international and international literature. international resources to support to national & international national & international resources international resources to drive
literature to support claims. argument. resources to support argument. to support argument. and contextualise argument.
Pace, presentation & Language 30%
Holds attention of audience by Doesn’t maintain eye contact Some attempts are made to hold Holds attention of audience by Holds attention of audience by Highly skilled at holding
maintaining eye contact. Speaks with audience. Can’t be heard or attention of audience by maintaining eye contact most of maintaining eye contact. Speaks attention of audience and
clearly and fluently. Speaks at a understood. Speaks too fast/slow. maintaining eye contact. Speaks the time. Speaks clearly and clearly and fluently. Speaks at a maintaining eye contact
steady pace. clearly and fluently. Mostly fluently. Mostly speaks at a steady pace. throughout. Speaks clearly and
speaks at a steady pace, however steady pace. fluently. Speaks at a steady pace.
may speed up at times.