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Reflective Nursing and Critical Thinking in Nursing - Assignment Questions


Question 1: Reflective Nursing

1a.    Identify 2 reflective models and explain their framework. 10 marks         
1c.    Explain how do evidence base practice and reflection influence nurses in clinical practice. 10 marks


Question 2: Critical thinking in nursing

2a.     Define critical thinking and reasoning 4 marks        
2b.    Explain the importance of critical thinking in nursing practice 6 marks        
2c.    Briefly explain different aspects of clinical critical thinking and clinical reasoning 10 marks

Additional Instructions:
Students are required to submit the assignment in time. Any late submission will not be accepted. A mark of ZERO will be awarded for late or no submission. Students are advised to make another copy for their own reference. 


Examination scripts are retained by MAHSA University and are not returned to students.  However, students are entitled to obtaining feedback on student’s performance in the examination. Student may request an appeal with the Programme Coordinator to re-mark student’s examination script. As a Standard Operating Procedure, a Re-Mark charge is RM50.00 for a paper payable upon submission of the Re-Mark Form. 


It is compulsory for Student to PASS all the components of the examination. Students are required to achieve a minimum of 50% of the accumulated marks to pass. However, if a student fails one of the components of the course, the student will be awarded a CONDITIONAL PASS where the student must RE-SIT the exam. Failing to re-sit in the semester will cause the student to REPEAT the whole course in the coming semester if the course is offered.


Assessment Offences
Academic offences include plagiarism, cheating, collusion, copying work and reusing your own work among others. The University takes academic offences very seriously and this can lead to expulsion. We make every effort to ensure that the students will avoid committing such offences. The need for maintaining the order in examination and non-examination is to preserve the highest standard of academic integrity. Students are reminded to produce and submit their original work. 


Definitions of Assessment Offences
Plagiarism can be defined as the significant use of other people's work and the submission of it as though it were one's own in assessed coursework (such as dissertations, essays, experiments etc.). This includes: Copying from another student's work; Copying text without acknowledgement; Downloading information and/or text from the internet and using it without acknowledgement; Submitting work and claiming it to be own when it has been produced by another group; and Submitting group work without acknowledging all contributors. The university uses software packages to detect plagiarism.


Methods to Avoid Academic Offence
Students are advised to avoid copying and using other people’s work without citation and acknowledgement. It is compulsory for students to include the references and the source of information. This will allow students to avoid plagiarism. 


Procedures for Assessment Offences
If students are caught committing the offence, a report of the offence will be written. Students will be called for a mini hearing whereby students can justify their action. The University has the right to suspend or even terminate the student should University found the action as a serious offence. Kindly refer to MAHSA Student Handbook for more details.

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