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Foundations of Health Information Management

Assessment Guide

SEMESTER 1 2020

Schedule of Assessment Due Dates

Assessment Item

Description

Due Date

Assessment Item 1 – Reflective Journal

Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital site visit reflective journal entry

March 27, 2020

Assessment Item 1 – Reflective Journal

Mater Health Services site visit reflective journal entry

April 14, 2020

Assessment Item 1 – Reflective Journal

ABS/QCR reflective journal entry

May 1, 2020

Assessment Item 1 – Reflective Journal

Gold Coast University Hospital site visit reflective journal entry

May 15, 2020

Assessment 2 – Case Study

Presentation

May 27, 2020

Assessment Item 1 – Reflective Journal

Princess Alexandra Hospital site visit reflective journal entry

May 29, 2020

Assessment Item 2 – Case Study

Analytical paper

June 5, 2020

 

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Assessment Item No.1

Assessment name: Critical Reflection
Your task is: Throughout the semester you will be undertaking 5 virtual field visits to various facilities to provide you with an understanding of the breadth of the health information management profession.  Following each visit, you will be required to develop a journal entry that will offer your reflections on what you learnt about the facility and health information management.  There are two parts to the site visit journal.

Part A – site visit questions:  Specific questions will be provided prior to the visit on topics related to that particular facility.  You will be required to provide answers to those questions – which can be obtained during the visit.

Part B – reflection – You will also then be required to provide a brief reflection of additional learnings from the visit.

 

Your task:

 

  1. Prior to each visit, go to the Learning Resources tab and access the documents for that visit.  Look for the document titled journal questions.
  2. Download the document and have it available during the visit – taking notes during the visit.
  3. Following the visit write up your responses to the questions (Part A) as well as your reflections (Part B) on the visit.
  4. Once you are happy with your responses, post the entry to Blackboard.

 

Relates to Learning Outcomes: 1-3
Length and formatting : For each site visit journal Part A should be no more than 100 words and Part B should be no more than 400 words.  Please ensure you clearly label the sections Part A and Part B.  Please do not merge Part A and Part B. Use the template provided in Attachment A of this document to complete each journal.

 

Formatting the journals

Here is some information about how to present your report. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in reduced grades.

  • Microsoft Word format
  • 12 point Times New Roman or 11 point Arial
  • 1.5 – double-spacing
  • page margins must be ‘normal’ or at least 2.54cm on each side and top and bottom
  • a title page which must include the following:
    • your name and student number
    • the unit name and unit coordinator’s name
    • the title of your assignment (e.g. Assessment 1: Princess Alexandra Hospital Site Visit Journal)
    • the TOTAL word count
  • your name and student number must in the header
  • page numbers must be inserted in the bottom right corner of each page

·         Naming your files:  As the documents will be loaded to Blackboard, please ensure that the file that you load contains your name.  Please use the following convention when naming your file:  Surname_First Name_Assessment 1_Sitevisit Journal.doc (e.g. Smith_John_Assessment 1_ PAH Journal);

·         If references are used, proper and consistent academic referencing convention both within the text of the assignment and a compiled list of references at the end of the paper must be provided.

·         Please note QUT rules on plagiarism – the responses must be based on the student’s own research and efforts

 

Weight: 50% of semester total
Due date: Due to be submitted to Blackboard 1 week after each visit:

RBWH – due Friday March 27, 23.59.

MHS – due Tuesday April 14, 23.59

ABS/QCR – due Friday May 1, 23.59

GCUH – due  Friday May 15, 23.59

PAH  – due Friday May 29, 23.59

Submission procedure: Submission is online via the Blackboard site for this unit.  See the Assessment Tab for the links to submission.
Individual/group Individual
Feedback: Students will be provided with written feedback via the criteria marking sheet and also detailed comments on an annotated copy of the electronic document.
Criteria for assessment: The criteria marking sheet is a learning tool. Please ensure you have reviewed the document prior to beginning your piece of assessment to identify the key areas of focus for this item of assessment. The marking criteria can be found under the assessment tab on Blackboard.

 

5 PUB102:  Assessment Item 1: Criteria Marking Sheet

Student Name:

 

Description 7 6 5 4 3-2-1
Summary – (10 marks)
Part A questions completed. All part A questions answered and correct. All part A questions answered and many are correct. All part A questions answered and mostly correct. All part A questions answered and some are correct. Some part A questions answered and minimal are correct.
Reflection – (30 marks)
Application of levels of reflection

Application of levels of reflection demonstrating attention to the higher

order levels of refection.

Exceptionally high

application of levels of

reflection demonstrating

attention to the higher

order levels of refection.

Very good application of levels of reflection demonstrating

attention to the higher

order levels of refection.

High application of levels of reflection demonstrating

attention to the higher

order levels of refection.

Commendable application of levels of reflection demonstrating

attention to the higher

order levels of refection.

Fair or no application of levels of reflection demonstrating

attention to the higher

order levels of refection.

Written communication – (10 marks)
Written communication:  Academic writing / professional presentation                                                                          

 

The paper is well organised with a logical structure and presents all components in a professional manner.

Carefully edited with no errors.

Correct length.

All formatting requirements met.

The paper is appropriately organised with a reasonable structure and presents all the components competently.

Carefully edited with few errors.

Suitable length.

Majority of formatting requirements met.

The paper shows evidence of acceptable organisation and structure. All the components are present and presented capably.

Well edited but with occasional errors that may hinder readability.

Satisfactory length.

Most of the formatting requirements met.

The paper has an adequate structure with mostly logical presentation. All or most of the components are present.

Satisfactory editing, but there are errors that hinder readability.

Length -too long or too short.

Some formatting requirements met.

The paper is disorganised with no clear structure. Many or all of the components are missing.

Presentation of the report is not professional.

Multiple errors hindering readability.

Length -too long or too short.

No or minimal formatting requirements met.

Total:            /50 =     /10 (each journal) Comments:                                                                                            
Semester Weighting (50%)
Marker:

Date:

 

Assessment Item No. 2

Assessment name: Case Study
Your task is: This is assessment is in two parts the first is to develop a report and the second is to present the findings of your report to the class in Week 13.

 

Part A: Report

You are required to choose one of the two topics below and critically analyse the topic, including defining the concept, the role of HIMs and the challenges for HIMs.

 

Topic 1 – Electronic Health Records

·         Define and describe  the electronic health record (use examples to demonstrate your knowledge)

·         Discuss the challenges of the electronic health record

·         Discuss the role of the Health Information Manager in the electronic health record

Topic  2 – Digital Transformation

Health

·         Define and describe  the digital transformation (use examples to demonstrate your knowledge)

·         Discuss the challenges of the digital transformation

·         Discuss the role of the Health Information Manager in digital transformation

Part B:Presentation

The task in week 13 will be to provide a 5 minute pre-recorded voice over presentation that will be submitted online via Blackboard.  Your presentation will cover the three points of defining and describing, challenges and role of HIMs.

Relates to Learning Outcomes: 1-3
Length and format: Part A: Report

The report should be 2000 words.  You are allowed +/-10% for the word count without penalty. You must put the TOTAL word count for your assessment item on the title page. The word count includes ALL the words in the body of the text, including in text referencing and subheadings. It does not include the words on the title page or any appendices (such as the graphical representation of the tree.

 

Formatting the Report

Here is some information about how to present your report. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in reduced grades.

  • Microsoft Word format
  • 12 point Times New Roman or 11 point Arial
  • 1.5 – double-spacing
  • page margins must be ‘normal’ or at least 2.54cm on each side and top and bottom.
  • a title page is required which must include the following:
    • your name and student number
    • the unit name and unit coordinator’s name
    • the title of your assignment (Assessment 2: Case Study)
    • the TOTAL word count
  • your name and student number must in the header
  • page numbers must be inserted in the bottom right corner of each page

·         Naming your files:  As the documents will be loaded to Blackboard, please ensure that the file that you load contains your name.  Please use the following convention when naming your file:  Surname_First Name_Assessment 2.doc;

·         Proper and consistent academic referencing convention both within the text of the assignment and a compiled list of references at the end of the paper must be provided.

·         Please note QUT rules on plagiarism – the responses must be based on the student’s own research and efforts

 

Part B: Presentation

Your presentation will be no longer than 5 minutes in length. You will need to submit your presentation via Blackboard.  A link is provided on the Assessment tab on Blackboard.

 

Please ensure you use a presentation tool that is compatible with the QUT environment (e.g. Powerpoint).

Weight: 50% of semester total
Due date: Presentations:  Week 13 Wednesday  May 27, 2020 by 23.59 pm

Report:  End of Week 14  Friday June 5, 2020

Submission procedure: Submission for both components is online via the Blackboard site for this unit.
Individual/group Individual
Feedback: Students will be provided with written feedback via the criteria marking sheet and also detailed comments on an annotated copy of the electronic document.
Criteria for assessment: The criteria marking sheet is a learning tool. Please ensure you have reviewed the document prior to beginning your piece of assessment to identify the key areas of focus for this item of assessment. The marking criteria can be found under the assessment tab on Blackboard.

 

 

 

 

PUB102:  Assessment Item 2: Criteria Marking Sheet

Student Name:

 

Description 7 6 5 4 3-2-1
Presentation – – (10 marks)
Presentation

 

Thorough preparation of presentation materials.

Thorough coverage of the key concepts of health information management.

Clear articulation of ideas in both the visual and verbal forms.

Good preparation of presentation materials.

Good coverage of the key concepts of health information management.

Good communication of ideas in both the visual and verbal forms.

Adequate preparation of presentation materials.

Adequate coverage of the key concepts of health information management. Adequate communication of ideas in both the visual and verbal forms.

Basic preparation of presentation materials.

Basic coverage of the key concepts of health information management.

Basic communication of ideas in both the visual and verbal forms.

Under preparation of presentation materials.

Inadequate coverage of the key concepts of health information management. Inadequate communication of ideas in both the visual and verbal forms.

Critical thinking –  (30 marks)
Critical thinking: Analysis,  Reasoning/argumentation and the application of evidence within the context of health information management The report identified all key and subsidiary issues.  Evidence of insightful and critical understanding of issues. Demonstrates well developed understanding of the topic and coherent development of ideas discussed to appropriate depth. The report identified nearly all key and subsidiary issues relevant. Evidence of a good understanding of the issues. Demonstrates a good understanding of the topic and development of major ideas that are discussed to an adequate depth. The report identified most of the key and subsidiary issues.  Evidence of a sound understanding of the issues.  Demonstrates an understanding of the topic and consistently develops the major ideas. The discussion has depth in parts. The report identified a few of the essential aspects of the case study. Evidence of a satisfactory understanding. In parts, the discussion needs to be in more depth. Issues/concepts essential to issue were not clearly identified.  Has not demonstrated understanding or consideration of the issues/topic.
Written communication: – (10 marks)
Written communication:  Academic writing / professional presentation                                                                          

 

The paper is well organised with a logical structure and presents all components in a professional manner.

Carefully edited with no errors.

Accurate referencing using an appropriate academic style.

Correct length.

All formatting requirements met.

The paper is appropriately organised with a reasonable structure and presents all the components competently.

Carefully edited with few errors.

Appropriate referencing using an appropriate academic style.

Suitable length.

Majority of formatting requirements met.

The paper shows evidence of acceptable organisation and structure. All the components are present and presented capably.

Well edited but with occasional errors that may hinder readability.

There were a few technical mistakes in the referencing.

Satisfactory length.

Most of the formatting requirements met.

The paper has an adequate structure with mostly logical presentation. All or most of the components are present.

Satisfactory editing, but there are errors that hinder readability.

Referencing has errors.

Length -too long or too short.

Some formatting requirements met.

The paper is disorganised with no clear structure. Many or all of the components are missing.

Presentation of the report is not professional.

Multiple errors hindering readability.

Referencing incomplete and/or inappropriate.

Length -too long or too short.

No or minimal formatting requirements met.

Total /50 Comments:                                                                                            
Semester Weighting (50%)
Marker:

Date:

 

 

 

Attachment 1 – Assessment 1 Reflective Journal Template

 

Instructions for use of the template

 

The following template has been provided to ensure you complete all relevant sections of each journal for Assessment 1.  For each of the site visits the template is divided into Part A and Part B.  Maximum word counts are provided for each of the sections as well.  Ensure you adhere to these word count requirements as penalties will be applied for exceeding the length or being excessively short.

 

You should copy and paste the template into a new Word document.     Ensure that your document then has a cover page with all of the relevant information as outlined in the assessment requirements earlier in this document and that your name is in the header.

 

 

PUB208 Assessment 1 – Reflective Journal

 

 

Journal and Summary Questions

 

Part A Summary Questions (100 words maximum)

In this section you should respond to all of the questions for Part A that are asked in the site visit information document.

 

 

 

 

Part B Reflective Journal

 

Using the five levels of reflection and the questions as a guide provided in the site visit information document to guide you, develop a reflective journal entry for the visit.  (400 words).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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