Critical Incident Pressure Area Near Miss

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Caroline Barber
S00155374 NSG 636

Critical Incident

Pressure Injuries in the Perioperative Environment.

Critical Incident Essay 30%
Figure 1 from Walton-Greer, P. (2009). Prevention of Pressure Ulcers in the Surgical Patient. AORN Journal, 89(3), 538-552.

MARKING CRITERIA
INTRODUCTION0-2
Some key information missing in introduction & conclusion. 3-5 Detailed and focused introduction & conclusion. 6-8
Well developed introduction & conclusion. 9-10
Very well developed & comprehensive introduction & conclusion.

BODY0-2
Description of event lacked some major detail. 3-5
Descriptions of event mostly clear, but some detail lacking.6-8 Clear description of event.9-10
Very clear and succinct description of event.

0-4
Relevant legal and/ or ethical issues only briefly / not described.

Critical analyses of issues poorly / not attempted.

Arguments not/ inadequately supported by appropriate literature.

6-10
Relevant legal and/ or ethical issues described.

Critical analyses of issues attempted.

Arguments supported by appropriate literature.

12-16
Relevant legal and/ or ethical issues well described.

Sound critical analyses of issues evident.

Arguments well supported by appropriate literature.

18-20
Relevant legal and/ or ethical issues comprehensively described.

In-depth critical analyses of issues evident

Arguments well developed and thoroughly supported & strengthened by appropriate literature.

0-4
Relevant ANMC or ACORN Competencies or standards only briefly / not described.

Critical analyses poorly / not attempted.

Arguments not/ inadequately supported by appropriate literature.6-10 Relevant ANMC or ACORN Competencies or standards described.

Critical analyses attempted.

Arguments supported by appropriate literature.

12-16
Relevant ANMC or ACORN Competencies or standards well described.

Sound critical analyses evident.

Arguments well supported by appropriate literature.
18-20
Relevant ANMC or ACORN Competencies or standards comprehensively described.

In-depth critical analyses evident.

Arguments well developed and thoroughly supported & strengthened by appropriate literature.
0-4
Recommendations not included/ only briefly described/not supported. 6-10 Recommendations included however more support or description needed. 12-16 Sound, relevant recommendations described. 18-20

Very clear description & well argued support of relevant recommendations.
REFERENCES
0-2
Did not use APA referencing style.

Many (7 or more) errors in in-text references.

Many references inconsistent between text and reference list.3-5 Did not consistently use APA referencing style.

Some (5-6) errors in in-text references.

Some references inconsistent between text and reference list.
6-8
Used APA referencing style.

Few (2-4) errors in in-text references.

Reference list complete, but a few minor errors. 9-10
Used APA referencing style well.

No errors in in-text references.

Reference list completely accurate with no errors.
ACADEMIC
PRESENTATION0-2
Did not follow stipulated academic presentation requirements.

Many (7 or more) grammatical & spelling errors. 3-5
Mostly followed academic presentation requirements.

Some (5-6) grammatical & spelling errors.
6-8
Followed academic presentation requirements.

Few (2-4)
grammatical & spelling errors.9-10
Good structure and adherence of academic presentation requirements.

No grammatical or spelling errors.
Total: /100
/30%

INTRODUCTION.
In this assignment on critical analysis I will present a clinical incident and discuss and analyse a critical incident in detail utilising a critical incident tool (CIT). This incident I have chosen occurred during an operative procedure. I will discuss the incident as I proceed through the steps outlined in the critical analysis tool. I...
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