HSYP806 Systems Science Healthcare

HSYP806 Systems Science Healthcare

HSYP806 Systems Science HealthcareAssessment Task 2: Case study report HSYP806 Systems Science Healthcare

Due9am        Friday    25th         October               2017       (Week  11)

Weighting 40%

Length  2,500 words

Referencing style  Vancouver

Details

Analyse the case study provided – ‘Evacuate or Stay? North shore LIJ and Hurricane Sandy’ and write a report using the attached ‘Writing a case study response’ as a guide.

Your case study report must include the following headings and you must use the ‘Writing a case study response’ guidelines.  

  • Introduction
  • Description
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion/Recommendations
  • Reference list

I have included the document entitled – ‘Teaching note’ which accompanies the ‘Evacuate or Stay? Northshore LIJ and Hurricane Sandy’ – the ‘Teaching note’ document will provide you with some ideas to consider when writing the report.

Guide         for       assessment/marking          of         assignment   2

The guide which the marker will use to assess your assignment (marking rubric) is included at the end of this assignment.  Please note I have included the weighting which will be applied to each section, in the marking rubric. For example, you can see that the ‘Discussion’ section is given the most weighting (50%).

Referencing

Please refer to the MPH Noticeboard on iLearn particularly in relation to academic integrity and assignment guide.  It is essential that any resources, journal articles, reports, books, web pages etc. referred to are appropriately referenced using the Vancouver citation style.  Citation software is used to check all assignments for plagiarism.

Word         length

The word length guide for this assignment is 2,500 words.  Those who exceed (or are below) this by more than 200 words will be penalised.

Writing    a     case      study    response   

What        is        a          case   study?         

A case study is a description of a real-life problem or situation which requires you to analyse the main issues involved.  These issues need to be discussed and related to the academic literature and/or research findings on the topic and conclusions then drawn about why the situation occurred and how best to respond to it.

Why          do       we      write            case   study            responses?          

A case study is a way to apply the theoretical knowledge gained from the academic literature to real life situations that you may encounter in your work.  Writing a case study response enables you to

  • analyse the          issues    in            a              real-life  situation,
  • apply the          knowledge            gained    from       your       academic               reading  and         research   and
  • draw conclusions          about      how        to            respond as            a              professional         to            that

How          to        write            a          case   study            response   

Before you start writing, you need to carefully read the case study and make a note of the main issues and problems involved as well as the main stakeholders (persons or groups of persons who have an interest in the case).

A case study response would include the following elements:

Introduction 

Introduce the main purpose of the case study and briefly outline the overall problem to be solved.

Description

Write a brief description of the case under discussion giving an outline of the main issues involved.  Always assume that your reader knows nothing of the assignment task and provide enough information to give a context for your discussion of the issues.

Discussion

Discuss the issues raised one by one, using information gained from your research of the academic literature.

Your discussion may include:

  • an outline   of            the          issue      and         its           implications         for           or   relationship          to            different                stakeholders
  • how that         issue      links       to            theories or            research                in            the   academic               literature
  • suggested solutions or            ideas
  • evaluation of            the          solutions               or            ideas      for           this         particular   case

Conclusion     /          Recommendations

Finally, sum up the conclusions that you have come to and give recommendations to resolve the case.  Give reasons for your recommendations.

Checklist            for      a          case   study            response   

Have I:

  • Carefully read        the          case        and         noted      the          main       issues    and         stakeholders        in   the          case?
  • Written a              brief       description           of            the          case        to            give        your       readers  a   context   for           the          main       issues?
  • Discussed each        issue      with        reference               to            the          academic               literature?
  • Evaluated the solutions               or            ideas      for           each        issue      to            find         the          ones   most       suitable?
  • Made final        recommendations               of            how        to            resolve  the          case?
  • Used a              well-structured    introduction,        body       and         conclusion?
  • Cited and         referenced             all           of            the          work      by           other      people?             Used   correct   grammar,              spelling and         punctuation,         clear       presentation         and         appropriate   reference               style?

Reference:                   Queensland       University           of            Technology         (QUT)    Cite/Write           ‘Writing                a          case       study     response’            [Internet]

[Cited             September         2017]     Available              from:               assignmenthelp.com.citewrite.qut.edu.au/write/casestudy.jsp

HSYP806 Systems Science Healthcare

Assessment 2 marking rubric

OutstandingHDAdvancedDProficientCFunctionalPLimitedF
? 85%? 75%? 65%? 50%< 50%
Criterion 1

Introduction 5%    

Main purpose of the case study was very clearly outlined

The problem to be solved was very clearly and

logically presented

Main purpose of the case study was clearly outlined

The problem to be solved was clearly and logically presented

The main purpose of the case study was mostly clearly outlined

The problem to be solved was mostly clearly and logically presented

The main purpose of the case study was not always presented clearly The problem to be solved was not always clearly

presented or logical

The main purpose of the case study was not clearly outlined

The problem to be solved was not clearly nor logically presented

Criterion 2

Description

5%

A brief description of the case with an outline of the main issues involved was very clearly and concisely presented  The descriptions were presented in a very logical and coherent mannerA brief description of the case with an outline of the main issues involved was clearly and concisely presented  The descriptions were presented in a logical and coherent mannerA brief description of the case with an outline of the main issues involved was mostly presented clearly and concisely  The descriptions were mostly presented in a logical and coherent mannerA brief description of the case with an outline of the main issues involved was not always clearly and concisely presented The descriptions were not always presented in a

logical or coherent

manner

The description of the case and the main issues involved were not presented clearly.   The descriptions were not presented in a

logical or coherent

manner

Criterion 3

Discussion

50%

Responses to the points below demonstrate an in-depth

understanding

with critical analysis of the case study

•  Outline of the issue and its implications for different stakeholders

•  Outline how each issue links to theories or research in the

academic

literature

•  Suggested solutions or ideas

•  Evaluation of the solutions or ideas for this particular case

Responses to the points below demonstrate a well-rounded

understanding

with critical analysis of the case study

•       Outline of the issue and its implications for different stakeholders

•       Outline how each issue links to theories or research in the

academic

literature

•       Suggested solutions or ideas

•       Evaluation of the solutions or ideas for

this particular

case

Responses to the points below demonstrate a general understanding with some critical analysis of the case study

•       Outline of the issue and its implications for different stakeholders

•       Outline how each issue links to theories or research in the

academic

literature

•       Suggested solutions or ideas

•       Evaluation of the solutions or ideas for

this particular

case

Responses to the points below demonstrate some

understanding and critical analysis of the case study

•       Outline of the issue and its implications for different stakeholders

•       Outline how each issue links to theories or research in the

academic literature

•       Suggested solutions or ideas

•       Evaluation of the solutions or ideas for

this particular

case

Responses to the points below

demonstrate a lack of understanding and lack of critical analysis of the case study

•       Outline of the issue and its implications for different stakeholders

•       Outline how each issue links to theories or research in the

academic

literature

•       Suggested solutions or ideas

•       Evaluation of the solutions or ideas for

this particular

case

 

OutstandingHDAdvancedDProficientCFunctionalPLimitedF
? 85%? 75%? 65%? 50%< 50%
Criterion 4 Conclusion and

recommendatio n

35%

The conclusion extends, connects and

comments on

relevant topics The recommendation s are very comprehensively listed with

reasons for your recommendation s provided

The conclusion is purposeful and perceptive  The recommendation

s are

comprehensively listed with most

reasons for your recommendation

s provided

 

The conclusion is in parts purposeful and perceptive  Most recommendation

s are listed and some reasons

are given for your

recommendation

s

The conclusion summarizes previously stated

information  The recommendation s are not always listed and you did not always give

reasons for your

recommendation

s

The conclusion is absent, incomplete, or unfocused

You failed to adequately list

recommendation

s and did not give

reasons for your

recommendation

s

Criterion 5

Referencing 5%

Referencing and

citation style is correct

(Vancouver style) and consistent between the reference list and the text; the

reference list is complete and without errors

Referencing and

citation style is consistent (Vancouver style) between the text and the reference list; the reference list has only a few minor mistakes

Some references were inconsistent between the text and the reference list; the reference list has some mistakesMany references were inconsistent between the text and the reference list; there are many mistakes in the reference listMost references were inconsistent between the text and the reference list; there are many mistakes in the reference list You have failed to acknowledge some reference sources

David Marks

Dear sir/Ma'am

Our dedication and hard work towards developing quality content has made us competent to provide excellent services to the clients as per their needs. We ensure plagiarism free writing obeying academic integrity and honesty making us a dedicated team towards developing original content helping students to ensure high grades. Our services are hassle free, timely yet at an affordable rate driving clients to avail it for a longer period of time making them loyal and satisfied towards us.

Services we offer:
Essay writing
Report writing
Assignment writing
Reflective writing
Proposal writing
Dissertation writing
Thesis writing
CDR writing
Annotated bibliography
PowerPoint presentation
Article/book review
Why us?
Plagiarism free original content
On-time services maintaining deadlines
Experienced writers
Plagiarism and Grammarly report
Dedicate Team Leaders and Quality Checkers
Subjects we cover:
Marketing management
Human resource management
Literature
Law
Finance
Accounts
Economics
Nursing
Sociology
Environmental science
Business studies
Political science
History
Journalism and Masscommunication
Geography

Declaration: Working with us will give you the opportunity to avail divergent range of academic services at affordable rates in assistance with the dedicated team having members from different disciplines holding high degrees in their respective domains. We are experienced in developing B-plan, writing dissertations and theses having employed highly qualified and experienced writers.

You can reach us at-
Email:- ozpaperhelp@gmail.com
https://www.ozpaperhelp.com/
https://www.cheapassignmenthelp.co.uk
https://www.freeassignmenthelp.com
https://cheapassignmenthelp.blogspot.com/
Thanks
Oz Paper Help

https://www.ozpaperhelp.com/
1 Step 1
GET INSTANT ASSIGNMENT HELP
keyboard_arrow_leftPrevious
Nextkeyboard_arrow_right