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Evidence for Nursing Assessment Task 3: Using evidence to inform clinical decision making Overall weighting: 50%

Criteria Criteria High Distinction (≥ 42.5) Distinction (37.5- 42) Credit (32.5- 37) Pass (25- 32) Unsatisfactory (<25)
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1 Contributes to the in-class workshops (8 marks). Made three or more meaningful participations in each online discussion forum and participated eagerly and constructively in the in-class workshop, providing a high quality, succinct, and accurate presentation (≥ 6.8). Made two meaningful participations and participated constructively in the in-class workshop, providing a quality, succinct, and accurate presentation (6- 6.7). Made one meaningful participation and participated actively in the in-class workshop, providing a clear and mostly accurate presentation (5.2- 5.9). Made one meaningful participation and demonstrated acceptable contribution to the in-class workshop, giving a satisfactory presentation (4-5.1). Engagement and the quality of the in-class presentation and online discussions were unsatisfactory (<4).
2 Demonstrates ability to  for evidence using a clear question and correct search strategy. Presents print screens of the abstracts of the selected papers (10 marks). Demonstrated and applied comprehensive knowledge and understanding of database searching resulting in a highly successful search (≥8.5). Demonstrated and applied very good knowledge and understanding of database searching resulting in a very successful search (7.5-8.4). Demonstrated clear knowledge and understanding of database searching resulting in a successful search (6.5-7.4). Demonstrated a reasonable knowledge and understanding of database searching resulting in some success (5-6.4). Demonstrated poor knowledge and understanding of database searching resulting in an unsuccessful search (<5).
3 Demonstrates an understanding of the level, type, and quality of evidence underpinning nursing practice and the healthcare service delivery (12 marks). Demonstrated and applied comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the levels and types of evidence used to answer a clinical question. Drawn upon credible and relevant literature and evidence to support your discussion (≥10.2). Demonstrated and applied detailed knowledge and understanding of the levels and types of evidence used to answer a clinical question. Drawn upon credible and relevant literature and evidence to support your discussion (9-10). Demonstrated clear knowledge and understanding of database searching resulting in a successful search (7.8-8.8). Demonstrated and applied partially-developed knowledge and understanding of the levels and/or types of evidence used to answer a clinical question. Drawn upon limited literature and evidence to support your discussion (6-7.6). Described some concepts related to the topic, but these may have been under-developed, unclear or incorrect. Used few or no references to support your discussion and/or failed to use credible academic sources (<6).
4 Demonstrates the ability to use research findings to answer a clinical question (15 marks). Presented an extremely well-constructed and insightful argument based on skilful interpretation of research findings to answer a clinical question (≥12.7). Presented a well-constructed argument based on detailed interpretation of research findings to answer a clinical question (11.2-12.6). Presented a clear argument based on an interpretation of research findings to answer a clinical question (9.75-11.1). Presented a reasonable argument linked to research findings to answer a clinical question (9.6-9.7%). Presented a superficial, inaccurate, or poorly constructed argument with little or no reference to research findings or based on incorrect interpretation (<7.5).
5 Writes clearly and succinctly, with correct grammar, terminology, and referencing (5 marks). Maintained a standard that is virtually free from spelling, grammatical and/or terminology errors. Accurately used the Harvard referencing style for in-text citations and reference list (≥4.25). Demonstrated good planning, with correct spelling and grammar, and appropriate terminology used throughout. Accurately used the Harvard referencing style for in-text citations and reference list (3.75-4.2). Maintained appropriate academic style, with minimal spelling or grammatical errors, and mostly suitable use of terminology. Accurately referenced the majority of sources using the Harvard style (3.25-3.7). Some incorrect spelling, grammar and/or terminology.Some errors in the application of Harvard referencing style (2.5-3.2%). Failed to present information in an academic style, with numerous spelling, grammatical and/or terminology errors.Used incorrect referencing style or had a large number of referencing errors (<2