Public Communication

NUR134 Assessment 3 Rubric – Public Communication Overall weighting: 40%
Task: Identify a health issue/topic that pertains to one of the national health priorities.
Develop an educational and informed response relating to the issue or topic identified. Your response can be presented as a video or audio recording or written piece (i.e., a health article, booklet or report, 1200 words does not mean a pamphlet!).
Explore the issue from a primary health care perspective. Justify or defend your response using concepts such as health equity and the social determinants of health. Use health promotion principles and practices relevant to the media chosen to deliver your response.
Minimum of 6 scholarly references to be cited.
Task Length: 1200 words OR equivalent such as a 10-minute presentation OR podcast (with script).

Criterion Description HD DN CR PP NN
Examine a health issue identified as a national health priority
(Weighting 20%)
•Responded to an issue designated as a national health priority
•Demonstrated a detailed understanding of why this issue is considered a national health priority
•Responded to an issue designated as a national health priority
•Demonstrated a clear understanding of why this issue is considered a national health priority
•Responded to an issue designated as a national health priority
•Demonstrated some understanding of why this issue is considered a national health priority
•Responded to an issue designated as a national health priority
•Demonstrated a limited understanding of why this issue is considered a national health priority
•Responded to an issue that is not designated as a national health priority
Provide an educational, evidence-informed response to the identified health issue
(Weighting 40%)
• Delivered a detailed and informative response that clearly conveyed key concepts and ideas.
•Accurate information provided supported with
appropriate references
• Used a presentation style or approach that was well-suited to the topic/focus of the response.
• Delivered an informative response that clearly conveyed key concepts and ideas
•Accurate information provided supported with appropriate references
• Used a presentation style or approach that was well-suited to the topic/focus of the response.
• Delivered a good response that covered most key points.
•Accurate information provided supported with references
• Used a suitable style or approach for presenting these concepts and ideas
• Delivered some relevant information, but some points lacked clarity or depth.
•Accurate information provided supported with references
• Used a presentation style that was at times unclear or didn’t effectively convey/emphasise key concepts and ideas.
• Failed to deliver a presentation, or the material presented that was disorganised, unclear or irrelevant to the topic.
• Used a basic presentation style that was difficult to follow or failed to effectively convey key concepts and ideas.
Analyse the relationship between health equity and the social determinants of health in your response
(Weighting 30%)
• Demonstrated and applied comprehensive knowledge and understanding of health equity principles and relevant social determinants of health related to the health issue
• Drew upon high-quality evidence to support your response.
• Demonstrated and applied broad knowledge and understanding of health equity principles and relevant social determinants of health related to the health issue
• Drew upon credible and relevant evidence to support your response.
• Demonstrated and applied reasonable knowledge and understanding of health equity principles and some social determinants of health related to the health issue
• Drew upon some relevant evidence in support of your response.
• Demonstrated and applied some knowledge and understanding of health equity principles in at least one social determinant of health related to the health issue
• Drew upon limited evidence to support your response
• 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 response and/or failed to use credible academic sources.
Adhere to academic presentation requirements
(Weighting 10%)
• Demonstrated good planning; with correct spelling and grammar, and appropriate terminology used throughout
• Provided a comprehensive reference list and accurately referenced all sources using the Harvard referencing style
• Demonstrated good planning, with correct spelling and grammar, and appropriate terminology used throughout
• Accurately referenced quality sources using the Harvard referencing style
• Minimal spelling or grammatical errors, and mostly suitable use of terminology
• Accurately referenced sources using the Harvard referencing style
• Some incorrect spelling, grammar and/or terminology
• Some errors in the application of Harvard referencing style
• Did not present information in an academic style, with numerous spelling, grammatical and/or terminology errors
• Used an incorrect referencing style or made a large number of referencing errors.
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