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Purpose of assessment task 1
The focus of this unit is on developing an understanding of the role of the nurse in recognising andresponding to factors which impact on a childs growth, development and wellbeing. Immunisationrepresents an important intervention for minimising risk and promoting health in infants, childrenand adolescents. In this assessment task you will explore the case of a parent who is reluctant toimmunise her child, and will explore the current evidence regarding immunisation safety. You willalso develop strategies for communicating with parents around sensitive and values-laden topics.
Scenario:You are undertaking a community health clinical placement in a maternal-child health (MCH) clinic.You are observing a routine health check for Beth, a 12 month old infant, who is accompanied buther mother Ashley. The MCH nurse notes that although Beth has had her routine immunisationsaccording to the Immunisation Schedule, she is also eligible for a seasonal influenza vaccine. Whenthe nurse offers to provide the influenza vaccination free of charge, Ashley declines. Ashley states:I had the Flu shot when I was pregnant and it gave me the flu, so I dont want Beth to have it.
Discuss the current evidence that the MCH nurse should provide to Ashley, relating to the risks andbenefits of the seasonal flu immunisation in infants, and the risks associated with refusing thisimmunisation. Identify and describe two (2) strategies the nurse could use to promote effectivefamily-centered communication with parents who have concerns about immunisation.Unit learning outcomes and Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes
This assessment task provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate the following Unit Learningoutcomes and Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes;
ULO1: differentiate between normal and abnormal patterns of growth and development during the child andadolescent stages of life, and critique the factors which may impact on normal growth and developmentpatterns;
ULO2: review the physical, psychological, and sociological influences that may increase health risks tochildren and adolescents from diverse backgrounds;
ULO3: using an evidence-based approach, assess symptoms, functional status, and risk in children andadolescents;
ULO4: select and evaluate person-centred approaches to maintain or improve the functional capacity of the child oradolescent; and
ULO5: justify and evaluate the effectiveness of risk management strategies implemented to reduce the influenceof the identified risk factors.
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