Preference link for Research Assignment
• Joanna Briggs InstituteURL
• National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)URL
• Scottish Inter-collegiate Guideline Network (SIGN)URL
• The Cochrane CollaborationURL
• Library LinksURL
• Evidence Based Practice, MOH, SingaporeURL
• Singapore health promotion board
Portfolio instructions(3500 words)
The regulations require me to use appropriate citations and references in order to acknowledge where I have used any materials from any books, journals website or any other published source
Your submission should contain the following tasks:
Task 1 – Atkins and Murphy article
Task 2 – Evidence-based approach to global health promotion
Task 3 – Determinants and trends mini-essay
Task 4 – School-based health promotion
Task 5 – Nurses’ role in smoking cessation
Task 6 – HPHS self-assessment
Task 7 – Priorities in Workplace health and health promotion
Task 8 – Health promotion projects and strategies
Task 9 – Reflection on module
• Where you have used ideas from a particular source you must reference correctly with Harvard citation..
• This is a portfolio and not an essay so there is no need for an introduction or conclusion.
TASK 1- Atkins & Murphy article
The article by Atkins S, & Murphy K, (1994)Reflective practice, Nursing standard 8 (39), 49-56, Nursing Standard.Is available in Articles as a pdf file. Although this is an old source (1994) it is still highly relevant.
Take personal notes in your own words from the article along with the other Reflection Reading sources and answer the questions below;
• What is reflection/reflective practice?
• What critical thought processes underpin reflection?
• What is the difference between reflection in action and reflection on action?
• How does the Borton’s model of reflection compare with the Atkins and Murphy model in the article and which would you prefer to use and why?
Write up in full sentences totalling 300 -400 words and submit in your portfolio as task 1.
TASK 2 – Evidence-based approach to global health promotion
An evidence-based approach to nursing is now the norm but this approach is relatively new in health promotionespecially in relation to fighting the greatest global determinant of health – poverty.