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UCLan Coursework Assessment Brief

Academic Year 2

Module Title:    Essentials of Adult Nursing 2

Module Code:  NU4373

Level 7

Complex Care Case Study Presentation (30 minutes)


Assessment Weighting -100%



  • The assessment of the module is a course work, a narrated power point presentation of a complex case study for 30 minutes, covering all four learning outcomes of the module.

  • You will choose one case study to address all the learning outcomes for your module. The case studies are provided within the ‘assignment tab’ of the module blackboard. 

  • The learning outcomes being assessed are listed below, each LO has equal importance:  

  1. Demonstrate application of the nursing process in caring for adults with complex care needs, their families and carers.
  2. Critically discuss the knowledge and skill required in order to refer people safely to other professionals within a range of health and social care organisations to deliver best person-centred health outcomes.
  3. Justify care decisions which take into account the safeguarding of vulnerable adults.
  4. Integrate knowledge of biosciences and pharmacology when engaging in the collaborative evaluation of care and have the confidence to make changes to adult nursing care using best available evidence.

  • Case studies can be accessed in the ‘Assignment’ tab folder of NU4373 Blackboard. You need to choose only one character for your case study. 

  • All assessment related materials including level 7 rubrics can be accessed in the ‘Assignment’ tab of the NU4373 blackboard. 

  • The time allocated for the assignment is 30 minutes and all learning outcomes of the module must be achieved within this time limit. Any recording after 30 minutes will not be assessed or considered towards the achievement of learning outcomes. 

  • If you are choosing the face-to-face presentation, please make sure to achieve all learning outcomes within your presentation. No additional questions will be asked by the lecturers in order to support you to achieve any of the learning outcomes. 


  • You will have 3 Module Assessment Group Support (MAGS) sessions by the module team with an opportunity for you to ask questions. The 3rd MAGS session is a formative assessment, where students get an opportunity to experience the experience of peer review. 

  • A blended learning approach will enhance your knowledge and understanding of complex care conditions. This teaching and learning strategy include face to face seminars, debate, co-created learning, live online sessions as well as asynchronous lectures.  

  • The students can communicate and clarify queries related to the teaching materials or assessment, through the discussion board placed under ‘communication’ tab of the NU4373 blackboard



Assessment Deadline Date and time: 08/06/2022, by 12 Noon  

Assessment Release Date: 29/06/2022 at 12 Noon

Detailed assessment feedback and feedforward will be available within the blackboard assignment. 

Resubmission date and time: 15/08/2022, by 12 midday – The submission portal will close at 12 Noon  


The assessment for this module is a Complex Care Case Study Presentation 

Number of Assessments- 1

Weighting -100%

To pass this module you must achieve a mark of 50% or above for your assessment.


Category of assessment 

1. Complex Care Case Study (Pre-recorded power point)

Size of Assessment/Duration- 30 Minutes only

Learning Outcomes being assessed 1-4 


  • Face to face presentation of a complex care case study for no more than 30minutes 

If you intend to present face to face, you must inform the module leader This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. within 2 weeks of the start of the module (by 18th April 2022) 

All assessments should:

  • Use the American Psychological Association 7th Edition (APA) referencing style
  • Protect the identity of the patient/client/placement
  • You must use the UCLan Assessment front sheet (power point version is available within the ‘assignment’ tab of the module backboard. 


  • Your Year Tutor is Joanne Greene
  • Your Module Leader for NU4373 is Elizabeth Chacko  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
  • You will find information links to all our Library resources in the library area of the Student Hub. For support with using these resources, please contact your subject librarian at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • You can get support with your academic skills (academic writing, critical thinking and referencing) through WISER. For details of the WISER support services go to the Study Skills section of the Student Hub.
  • If you would like to get the student coach referral, please contact your year tutor to send the referral 
  • If you have not yet made the university aware of any disability, specific learning difficulty, long-term health or mental health condition, please complete a Disclosure Form. The Inclusive Support team will then contact to discuss reasonable adjustments and support relating to any disability.  For more information, visit the Inclusive Support page of the Student Hub.
  • To access mental health and wellbeing support, please complete the online referral form. Alternatively, you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., call 01772 893020, attend a drop-in, or visit our UCLan Wellbeing Service pages for more information. Your year tutor, module leader or course leader also will be able to refer you to the health and wellbeing team.
  • If you have any other query or require further support, you can contact Student Support via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Speak with us for advice on accessing all the University services as well as the library services. Whatever your query, our expert staff will be able to help and support you. For more information, please visit the Student Hub.
  • Where you have a temporary unexpected circumstance that means you are unable to complete a particular assignment on time you can apply for a short-term extension for up to and including ten working days. 

Some students face significant unplanned and unforeseen events in their personal life which require more than just a short-term extension. Please use the given link to apply for short term or long term extension request. Link:  https://msuclanac.sharepoint.com/sites/StudentHub/SitePages/Mitigating-circumstances.aspx You must apply no later than 3 working days after any examination or assessment submission date. 


Disclaimer: The information provided in this assessment brief is correct at time of publication. In the unlikely event that any changes are deemed necessary, they will be communicated clearly via e-mail and a new version of this assessment brief will be circulated.

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