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Assignment 4: Report 2
AIMS of the assignment
The aims of this report is for you to demonstrate that you
- understand the concepts you have explored in Module 2 (Case: Kevin Johnson )
- have engaged with the required activities
- that the four questions you have identified are the result of your own thinking and reflect your own learning needs
NOTE: We will be discussing and working with you to answer your questions (and those of other students in the topic) in Tutorials 3, 4 and 5.
The information required TO COMPLETE YOUR REPORT
Following Tutorial 5, you need to choose one of your four questions and do the following:
- Research the topic of your chosen question in more detail in order to develop a deeper understanding of the answer to the question.
- For the first part of the report (400 words), write a report that answers the question with evidence from your research. Your report must include new material that was not presented during the tutorial.
- For the second part of the report (400 words), write a brief response to the following question:
- “How might the cultural determinants of health be applied to your chosen question?”
- appendix which contains your original four questions with notes from the tutorials. You can scan your notes so you don't need to retype them as long as they are legibly written and concise.
How your report should be presented
You need to keep the following information in mind when writing the report:
- All citations and references must be in the Harvard Referencing style.
- Line spacing needs to be between 1.5 and 2 lines.
- Font needs to be either Time New Roman (11 pts) or Arial (11 pts)
- Make sure you have checked that your spelling and grammar are correct.
- Use the draft Turnitin service on FLO to check the text matching of your report and correct any issues before you submit your final version.
- Compare your report with the assignment rubric to assess, for yourself, whether you have met the criteria for this assessment before submitting your work.
How the presentation will be assessed (implications/consequences for you as students)
The quality of your presentation will be assessed in the following way:
- As the Statement of Assessment indicates, this report will be marked out of 15.
- There will be a rubric provided that will describe the criteria your marker will use in assessing your report.
IMPORTANT: Make sure you consult the marking rubric for this assignment.
What to do if you have questions while doing the assignment
If you have questions you need to ask while doing your assignment please first post your questions in your online class discussion forum and check to see if other students respond. If you do not receive an answer from the forum, contact your class tutor (you can find contact details for your tutor in the tutor details section of FLO).
Research question: What are the risk factors (physiological, social and psychological) associated with Kevin's health, in context to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people?
Various factors are associated with the development of type II diabetes mellitus among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population. The possibility of developing diabetes mellitus among the Indigenous population not only depends on the individual factors, but a large variety of historical, social and cultural factors act together for the development of the disease. The historical overview about the development of the disease states that the Aboriginal population did not possess any metabolic disorder initially and appeared lean, and healthy. The adoption of the westernized lifestyle have is known to be a major cause of the disease (Burrow & Ride 2016).
The present of family history of diabetes is identified as an important factor causing diabetes. Kevin's mother and other relative have developed diabetes and thus, Kevin and the other children of the family are at risk. Ethnicity is known to have an independent effect of diabetes. Diabetes has been found to be prevalent in certain ethnic groups. Among the Indigenous people, ethnicity along with obesity is an independent factor causing diabetes (Ghosh & Gomes 2017). Compromised access to health services in the rural and remote Aboriginal communities delays the treatment process and increases the risk of complications (Ghosh & Gomes 2017). Kevin had also developed a non-healing wound and was reluctant to visit the health clinic due to the cost.
The sociocultural factors such as education, employment, access to health services, income, socioeconomic status, housing and racism play an important role in type II diabetes mellitus. Other risk factors such as obesity (Hill et al. 2017), high blood pressure, poor physical activity, high cholesterol, inadequate intake of fruits and vegetables and tobacco smoking are high among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population. About 60% of the and Torres Strait Islander people above 15 years are overweight (29%) or obese (37%) (Burrow & Ride 2016). Is the present case, Kevin is also obese with a body weight of 95kg and BMI 29. The blood pressure is 155/90mmHg. High blood pressure is a contributing factor for the development of diabetes mellitus and about 20% of the Indigenous population have high blood pressure, which contributes three times to the development of diabetes than the non-hypertensive patients (Burrow & Ride 2016).
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