Assessment two
Value 30 %
Due date: Monday: 12 Midnight (ACST Time) Week 9
Length: 1000 words (excluding references)
The purpose of this assessment is to assist the student to develop a personal cultural safety action plan that will enable them to become a culturally safe health professional. The student is expected to build on the knowledge developed in assessment one and implement cultural safety into practice
There are two parts to this assessment:
Part one is a personal Cultural Safety Action Plan
Part two is a written rationale that underpins the reason for a personal Cultural Safety action plan
Part one
You are required to develop a personal action plan outlining how you would implement the principles of cultural safety into your chosen health profession. Your action should include the following:

  • Goal/s and objectives
  • Strategies on how to enhance communication and health literacy with patients/clients
  • Resources or additional training required
  • Anticipated barriers and strategies for overcoming those barriers
  • Method of Evaluation (reflection)

Part two
Write a rationale that includes the following:

    • The need for such a plan
    • How the plan will be implemented
    • What resources you might need to implement your plan
    • How your identified strategies will overcome any barriers/challenges
    • How you intend to monitor the progress of your plan implementation and how will you determine if you have been successful
    • You must support your plan with referenced literature

Submit your assessment as one document via Learnline. It is strongly recommended that you use the template provided.Submit as a Microsoft Word (doc or docx) format and not PDF or other format. The file name should be Family name, first name, student number, HSC 230 Assessment 1, 2 or 3 , the font and font size must be Verdana or Arial 12 and line spacing 1.5. All references must be cited according to APA version 6.It is recommended that you use at least 5 peer reviewed articles
You must use at least one reference from the module one and/or two reading list