It has been stated that although interpreters might use omissions as a conscious linguistic strategy, it is possible they might make other omissions for different reasons. Expand on this.
Marking Criteria for this Assessment
Markers will take the following criteria into account when allocating marks:
- Focus: the extent to which you have addressed the task set and the originality of your work
- Issue handling: the relevance and depth of your analysis
- Presentation: this includes structure, spelling, grammar and clarity of expression
- Use of current/specific knowledge and theory: the quality and currency of your supporting literature; the extent to which you have applied theory to the practice you are analysing; the depth of understanding demonstrated
- Referencing: the extent to which you have applied the Harvard guidelines
Word Allowance for this Assessment
The word allowance for this essay is 2500 words
- If you exceed the stipulated number of words by a margin of more than 10%, only the first part of the text up to the stipulated assignment limit will be graded.
- All words used in the main body of the assignment are included in the word count. This includes words in tables, diagrams, references in the text and direct quotations.
- The word count does not include the reference list, bibliography or appendices.
- you should state the word count at the end of the assignment after the conclusion
Confidentiality in this Assessment
Anonymity in relation to service users and carers must be maintained at all times in coursework and related appendices. You must remove or conceal any information which could reveal the identity of service users or carers. Such information includes the patient or client’s personal details and the name of the care setting or care provider.. A confidentiality statement must be included in your introduction section.
Breaches of confidentiality will be treated as a serious matter and may lead to a refer grade being given.
Tips on how to Conceal Identifying Information
Markers sometimes find it difficult to judge whether identifying information has been retained in assignments or whether pseudonyms have been used. To avoid any confusion you are advised to adhere to the following guidelines:
- Include a statement at the beginning of the assignment explaining that you will be using fictitious names and addresses
- Use role titles and, if necessary, fictitious names when referring to colleagues within your place of work eg Staff Nurse Green
- If it is relevant to the assignment to provide some information concerning your place of work, give only broad details e.g. a medical ward in a large city hospital, a community mental health team in a rural area, a regional neonatal unit.
- The source of information which is publicly available should be acknowledged eg Trust policies accessed from the internet (not intranet)
- Identifying documents which are not in the public domain or which contain information which could compromise the anonymity of patients or practice areas should not be used unless identifying information is obscured eg policies only available on an organisation’s intranet site or a copy of a patient’s care plan
- Before submission check your work, including all appendices, to ensure you have maintained confidentiality and have not included any information which could lead to a clinical area, patient or member of staff being identified from what you have written.
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