Within this module a range of formal and informal assessment procedures will be employed during the learning process to support you in achieving the learning outcomes and to improve your performance in the summative assessment. 

This will include engagement with scenario based nursing assessment, encompassing relevant professional issues/key themes.

  Summative assessment Learning Outcomes 

 This assessment will test learning outcomes 1 and 2

    LO1 Demonstrate an understanding of the professional, legal and ethical frameworks that underpin nursing practice.


 LO2 Evidence the ability to engage in self- reflection to enhance the development of professional knowledge and skills.


This must meet Learning Outcomes no 1 and 2 




  You will choose one of the scenarios below and use this as a framework to address learning outcomes 1 and 2;


 • You are required to use Driscoll’s model of reflection throughout your presentation


Scenario 1 


Paul is a 32-year-old who has recently had surgery to repair a fractured limb following a collision on his motorbike. He is currently on bed rest and has been prescribed anti -coagulant medication which he has refused. The nurse informs Paul why he needs to take this medication and the risks associated if he continues to refuse. Paul refuses still.   

  It is necessary to incorporate the following into your reflection: 

• Explore professionalism and the NMC Code;

 • Explore the associated legal, ethical and professional frameworks that may inform your chosen scenario;

 • The relevant legislation to be considered in relation to your chosen scenario;

 • Engagement in Driscoll’s model of reflection. 

• What learning has taken place and how these impacts on practice? 

You need to ensure your work is supported by academic reference sources  


 Scenario 1 – Paul Issues may include but are not limited to:


 What are the issues? – consent, capacity, autonomy, right to refuse So, what? References must be used here

 Links between theory and practice NMC Code, legislation, other current sources 

 Does patient have capacity or not 

Mental Capacity Act 

Best interests if lacks capacity 

Autonomy – individual’s right to make choice versus beneficence 

Unlawful to treat without consent 

Paul refusal respected, even if considered foolish or irrational 

Consent voluntary and not coerced  

Next steps/action plan

 Learning experience 

Inform patient of risks and advantage and disadvantages of treatment 

Inform patient of other options, if any, and pros and cons 

Give patient time to weigh up options before deciding 

Respect patient decision 

If continues to refuse, plan may need to be changed  

  Award Percentage Description Pass 90 – 100% 

An exceptional answer, which is virtually excellent in every respect, showing thorough knowledge and understanding of the subject and related theories and concepts. A strong ability to apply theory to practice. Good evidence of analysis and evaluation in the context of the question. Demonstrates insight and questioning approach. Strong arguments developed. Excellent range of relevant sources used and effectively applied, appropriately using the Harvard referencing system. Excellent presentation and compliant with academic style of writing.   


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