Task In this task i have to write a critical reflection abou
Task In this task i have to write a critical reflection about one… TaskIn this task i have to write a critical reflection about one of the key messages of the unit: Biased treatment matters in health care. There are four required components to your reflection: I belong to Brown Asian from Nepal. so how do I critically reflect this task. 1. Use the inter sectionality framework to reflect on my own cultural location.2. Reflect on how my cultural location, and my attitudes, values and beliefs, might affect the assumptions and practices you bring to the care of individuals.3. Describe culturally safe care practices I can undertake to avoid biased treatment of individuals.4. Outline how I can be a health service professional who can advocate for the non-acceptance of biased treatment and contribute towards better circumstances at a population level. I should approach this assessment task as a way to demonstrate your understanding of the content of Modules 3 and 4. The use of ‘I’ or ‘my’ is expected. Using these first-person pronouns will help you to demonstrate your understanding by providing specific examples, such as: I am… One of my beliefs is…This might affect my practice by… To avoid biased treatment, I will… I will advocate by… undertake research beyond the unit materials and use scholarly sources to support your discussion. You are required to support your practice reflection with a minimum of 6 scholarly references. Components to cover 1. Define intersectionality and use this framework to describe your cultural locations: Define intersectionality in your own words; provide reference details for the scholarly source(s) on which you have drawn to write your definition. Provide examples of some of your social or cultural locations. Use ‘I/my’ statements, such as ‘I am straight, white, able-bodied…’ Describe how your intersectional location influences the privilege and/or disadvantage that you experience in Australia, specifically in relation to health. Consider how social determinants have privileged or disadvantaged you in terms of your health. The best essays will identify socio-cultural locations that you can link to your future health care practice. You are not required to identify any socio-cultural locations that you would rather keep private. 2. Reflect on how your cultural locations, attitudes, values and beliefs, might affect the assumptions and practices you bring to the care of individuals: Provide examples of some of your attitudes, values and/or beliefs that may affect your future health care practice. Use ‘I/my’ statements, such as ‘I value…’ or ‘my belief…’ When assessing this component, markers are looking for the level of insight you are able to demonstrate about your attitudes, values and/or beliefs. Markers do not consider the validity, accuracy or ‘political correctness’ of your values, beliefs and/or attitudes. By their nature, our attitudes, values and beliefs tend to be inaccurate; they are formed in early childhood and are influenced by many different mechanisms such as family, ethnicity, religion and schooling. Markers will assess how well you have demonstrated your ability to honestly reflect on your beliefs and biases by providing specific examples of some of your beliefs and biases that could affect your future health care practice. The best essays will show your learning from Modules 3 and 4 about beliefs and biases and how these could affect your future healthcare practice. You can use concepts from Modules 3 and 4 to strengthen your response to this component. For example, you might find that ethnocentrism, ableism or cisnormativity are helpful for you to identify some of your biases or beliefs. Define any concepts you use in your own words, and provide reference details for the scholarly source(s) on which you have drawn to write your definition. You are not required to reveal any beliefs or biases that you would prefer to keep private. 3. Describe some culturally safe health care practices you can undertake to avoid biased treatment of individuals: Define cultural safety in your own words; provide reference details for the scholarly source(s) on which you have drawn to write your definition. Provide examples of some culturally safe practices that you could use with individuals who have specific health care needs due to CALD status, religion, ability, gender and/or sexuality. Use ‘I’ statements and explain what you would actually do. For example, do not simply write ‘I would practice in a culturally safe way’ or ‘I would communicate respectfully’. Rather, explain what you would do to ensure your communication is respectful with someone whose socio-cultural locations are different to yours. This helps to demonstrate reflection. For each culturally safe practice that you discuss, provide reference details for scholarly source(s) which show how this practice has been applied in health care settings. 4. Outline how you can be a health service provider who can advocate for the non-acceptance of biased treatment and contribute towards better circumstances at a population level: Component #3 required you to demonstrate how you could provide culturally safe care with individuals. In contrast, this component requires you to imagine you are health professional, working in a health setting. How could you engage in advocacy activities that will help reduce bias in healthcare and improve health outcomes at a population level? Use ‘I’ statements and explain what you would actually do. For example, do not simply write ‘I would advocate for people living with disabilities’ or ‘I would influence health policy’. Instead, you need to explain what your advocacy would look like in practice. List some of the steps that you could take to implement your advocacy strategy. For each advocacy strategy that you discuss, provide reference details for scholarly source(s) which show how this strategy has worked in health care settings. Remember: this component of the essay is not asking you to discuss health advocacy for individuals. Some examples of advocacy at a population level include: Actions that bring about institutional change (e.g. hospital level, health care system-level) Influencing health policy in your workplace and at other societal levels Contributing to developing health programs Contributing to community development initiatives (partnering with community groups) Participating in campaigns against discrimination etc. Undertaking research which collects useful data. 5. For components 3 and 4 of the essay, you have the option of choosing to respond in relation to the population overall or to a particular population (a minority group such as LGBTQ+ peoples). In other words, you can choose to focus on a particular group if you wish, but this isn’t compulsory. If you do choose to focus on a particular group it must be a population that is discussed in Modules 3 and 4. Please do not choose Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples as a particular population for your essay. We focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in HGA246 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing. 6. Reflection is an essential process in practice as a health professional. In this essay, we are not using a particular reflection framework, such as Driscoll’s. The use of ‘I/my’ is expected in this assessment task (‘My social location…has led me to believe…, I could advocate by…) in all four components, and introduction and conclusion. This is an important aspect of reflective writing. To write about your own attitudes, values, and beliefs, and future health care practice with insight, you need to reflect about your own complex identity and your own life. To reflect means to give serious thought: to consider, contemplate, and deliberate. 7. Relevant concepts are your ‘tools’ for critical thinking. Examples of key concepts from the unit include cultural safety, intersectionality, ethnocentrism. For example, the concept of heteronormativity can help to explain how you might be challenged when providing culturally safe care to gender and sexuality diverse peoples. You also show critical thinking through your analysis (refer to the marking rubric). You demonstrate your critical thinking through how you analyse how you could provide culturally safe health care to individuals, and advocate for non-acceptance of biased treatment at a population level, drawing on relevant concepts. To analyse means to take a detailed examination of the different parts or aspects of the topic, and ask s about them. It involves identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the different aspects, as well as your overall approach. 8.How do I structure my essay? MY essay should follow the following format: Introduction Briefly identify the main points you discuss in your essay. use ‘I’ statements, such as ‘In this essay, I discuss …’ Body paragraphs (approx 1,200 words in total) The body paragraphs are where I respond to each of the four components of the . A new paragraph for each new component 1. Define intersectionality and use this framework to describe Nepalese cultural location.2. Reflect on how Nepalese cultural location, attitudes, values and beliefs might affect the assumptions and practices bring to the care of individuals 3. Describe some culturally safe health care practices i can undertake to avoid biased treatment of individuals.4. Outline how I can be a health service provider who can advocate for the non-acceptance of biased treatment and contribute towards better circumstances at a population level Summarise your main points – based on your reflection. Use these points to support argument that as a health professional, cultural safety matters.Please need a big help with this task. Thank youHealth Science Science Nursing
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