health promotional/educational resource

health promotional/educational resource


  • An individual verbal presentation


Within your presentation, you will need to provide evidence-based information, discussion and critical appraisal of a health promotional/educational resource that relates to a child/person or family for whom you have been involved in providing care. You must also justify your choice of topic.

You are required to provide a reasoned argument, which demonstrates an appropriate depth and breadth of knowledge of the topic area, as well as a critical analysis of the specific resource you have chosen. The level 7 Presentation Assessment Criteria will help you to do this (available in the Assessment Information section of the Moodle site).

The aim of this presentation is to achievethe following module learning outcomes:


Shared learning outcomes:


  1. Critically discuss how health beliefs, values and relevant preventive and health promotion theory can be applied when planning and evaluating interventions (including relevant resources) for people of different ages, functional and health states;


  1. Critically discuss the rationale and evidence base for identified health priorities, discussing implications for public health, preventive and individual nursing interventions;


  1. Demonstrate depth of understanding of the relevance of health informatics and digital technology in providing personalised care;


  1. Synthesise, plan and evaluate health promotion interventions (incorporating relevant resources) aiming to promote longer term health of children, young people or adults.


The following learning outcomes must also be achieved.




Mental Health Nursing specific learning outcomes:


  1. Identify the major mental health disorders experienced by adults, critically discuss their aetiology and demonstrate a critical understanding of their impact on adults of working age;
  2. Critically analyse the influence of national and local policies on mental health care interventions for children, young people and adults;
  3. Demonstrate depth of understanding of the identification, and systematic assessment of mental health problems in adults and the major interventional approaches available for these problems;
  4. Demonstrate depth of understanding and ability to apply in nursing assessment and care, relevant research and theory about child and adolescent mental health and illness (bio-psycho-social including family systems and development);
  5. Use an understanding of attachment theory to discuss how patterns of attachment can be linked to mental health problems in childhood and through the lifespan.