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Learning Portfolio Assessment for ADN08118 Essential Theory and Skills for Adult Health Practice (3B

Search Strategy

Learning Portfolio Assessment
Briefly introduce your allocated long-term condition. This should include a definition of what a long-term condition is and an explanation of your allocated condition, along with a brief overview of its epidemiology and aetiology. 

In addition, outline how you searched for academic evidence to support this learning portfolio. A search strategy describing the relevant search terms you used, the research databases you searched and the number of results you obtained should be provided using a table format. 

 Cover Sheet
Please use this coversheet when you have completed your learning portfolio and before you submit it to Turnitin to ensure you have included all the required information and it is correctly formatted using the guidelines below.

Learning Portfolio 


LE1 Pathophysiology

LE2 Role of the Nurse in the Patient Journey

LE3 Reflection on Breaking Bad News



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The purpose of this educational portfolio is to enable you to identify and achieve the prescribed learning outcomes of this module, ADN08118 Essential Theory and Skills for Adult Health Practice (3B).

Learning Outcomes
The learning outcomes are as follows: 
LO 1 – Explore the impact that an alteration in health and well-being can have on adults across the lifespan.

LO2 – Utilise the research and evidence base to develop the knowledge and skills required to assess, interpret and respond to alterations in health and wellbeing in adults.

LO3 – Examine the local, national and international guidelines that inform healthcare provision for adults with long-term alternation in health status.

LO4 – Develop knowledge and understanding of compassionate communication techniques that establish effective communication with adults with an alteration in health status.

LO5 – Consider the benefits and scope of working co-productively with individuals with an alteration in health status and their families/carers across the lifespan within health and social care settings. 

You will be required to provide evidence of achievement for each learning outcome within your portfolio. 

What is an educational portfolio?

“An educational portfolio attempts to connect and relate the student's learning experiences to professional practice and competencies. An educational portfolio may contain a collection of items that demonstrate personal reflections, skills, knowledge and accomplishments as evidence of a student's progress and learning.” (Hill, 2014)

Educational portfolios are grounded in problem-based learning (Kunkle, 2009). This approach allows students to search and discover while they are learning. Students learnby active questioning, discussions, problem solving and critical thinking. Students search out information and assess its relevance, leading to the use of reflection.

Evidence of Achievement of Learning Outcomes
Your portfolio requires to be written in an academic style at Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) Level 8. 
Student services and the library also provide support around academic writing. 

Academic Evidence
You must produce academic evidence within your portfolio of your achievement of the learning outcomes for this module. This should include references of nursing and health related books and journals along with reports, publications and websites from high quality, reliable sources. 

Completing your Portfolio

To complete your portfolio you MUST use this template. In order to successfully populate your portfolio with evidence you will need to engage with the module content on Moodle and attend the lectures, tutorials and clinical skills.

Once completed, your portfolio will be submitted electronically via Turnitin. Refer to Moodle for guidance on submission of your portfolio via Turnitin (details will also be covered in tutorials).    

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