• Do not use out-of-date textbooks (preferably last 10 years).
  • Do not use newspaper articles or media releases.
  • Do not use articles older than five years (use articles from 2010 onwards unless it can be justified as a seminal work).
  • This report is a combination of the contract, reflective diary and 1000-word report. As this is a report, it should be written in the third person. Students should be careful to keep the language formal in the report.
  • The diary entries may be written in the first person
  • The report should include content from the PHI contract, eg the PHI goal, the strategies planned over time (methodology), how behaviour change could be measured or monitored, results, what barriers existed, if any, how they could be overcome, and what the consequences (positive/negative) could be. It should also include a theoretical model (one from Lecture 5) showing how it was applied and an evaluation of the possible outcomes. The conclusion must contain at least two recommendations that would be used when working with clients/ patients/students/parents in the future to change behaviour.
  • You will need a minimum of six references for your final report.

 

  Fail Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
Goal Statement
Rationale
Theoretical framework
Goal Statement is unclear, with three reasons to support statement. Theoretical framework is identified, explained and applied to health behaviour. Limited standard with inconsistencies. Goal Statement is clear and concise, with three good reasons to support statement. Theoretical framework is identified, clearly explained and applied to health behaviour. Satisfactory standard with inconsistencies. Goal Statement is clear and concise, with three good reasons to support statement. Theoretical framework is identified, clearly explained and applied to health behaviour. Good standard with inconsistencies. Goal Statement is clear and concise, with three good reasons to support statement. Theoretical framework is identified, clearly explained and applied to health behaviour. Very good standard with minor inconsistencies. Goal Statement is clear and concise, with three good reasons to support statement. Theoretical framework is identified, clearly explained and applied to health behaviour. All three components are of an excellent standard.
  0 − 4.5 5.0 − 6.0 6.5 − 7.0 7.5 − 8.0 8.5 − 10.0
Strategies for behaviour change (methodology)
Progress measure
Results
There are strategies for behaviour change that are not appropriate / not based on evidence-based practice with progress measures in place. Results are presented using tables / graphs where appropriate, however no explanation given. There are three strategies for behaviour change that are limited and lack support from evidence-based practice with progress measures in place. Results are presented effectively using tables / graphs where appropriate, however no explanation given. There are three strategies for behaviour change that are thought through, however lack support form evidence based practice with appropriate progress measures in place. Results are presented using tables / graphs where appropriate, with an explanation. There are three strategies for behaviour change that are thought through and based on evidence-based practice with appropriate progress measures in place. Results are presented effectively using tables/graphs where appropriate, including a basic explanation. There are three strategies for behaviour change that are well thought through and based on evidence-based practice with a range of appropriate progress measures in place. Results are presented effectively using tables / graphs where appropriate, including a clear and concise explanation.
  0 − 7.0 7.5 − 9.5 10.0 − 11.0 11.5 − 12.5 13.0 – 15.0
Evaluation of the possible outcomes
Potential barriers
Strategies to overcome barriers
Strategies have been evaluated with evaluative methods considered. Identifies potential barriers and limited strategies to overcome these barriers are included, limited or no referencing used to support writing, no reference to diary entries.
 
Strategies have been evaluated with types of evaluative methods considered. Identifies potential barriers and strategies to overcome these barriers are included, minimal use of references and basic reference to diary entries. Strategies have been evaluated with the types of evaluative methods considered. Identifies potential barriers that have been thought through and strategies to overcome these barriers are included, uses references and limited reference to diary entries. Strategies have been evaluated with two of the three types of evaluative methods considered. Identifies potential barriers that have been thought through and appropriate strategies to overcome these barriers are included, using references, with some reference to diary entries. Strategies have been evaluated with different types of evaluative methods considered. Identifies potential barriers that have been well thought through and insightful strategies to overcome these barriers are included, with comprehensive referencing to support writing and refers to diary entries.
 
  0 − 4.0 4.5 − 5.0 5.5 − 6.5 7.0 − 8.0 8.5 − 9.0
Conclusion includes recommendations. Conclusion includes at least one recommendation that could be used in the future when working with people who are changing a behaviour, references not used to support recommendations. Conclusion includes at least one recommendation that could be used in the future when working with people who are changing a behaviour, references used to support recommendations.
 
Conclusion includes at least one insightful / two basic recommendations that could be used in the future when working with people who are changing a behaviour, references used well to support recommendations. Conclusion includes at least two recommendations that could be used in the future when working with people who are changing a behaviour, references used support recommendations. Conclusion includes at least two insightful recommendations that could be used in the future when working with people who are changing a behaviour, references used comprehensively support recommendations.
  0 − 2.5 3.0 3.5 − 4.0 4.5 − 5.0 5.5 − 6.0
Correct referencing:
In text
Reference list
Referencing has been used however it has many (more than five errors) both in text and in references. References have been used. APA referencing style has been used with no more than five errors both in text and in references. At least four appropriate references have been used. APA referencing style has been used with no more than three errors both in text and in references. At least five appropriate references have been used. APA referencing style has been used with no more than one error both in text and in references. At least five appropriate references have been used. APA referencing style has been used with no errors both in text and in references. Six or more appropriate references have been used.
  0 − 2.0 2.5 − 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 − 5.0
Demonstrates academic writing standards using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Writing is clear and concise. Demonstrates limited academic writing standards with many errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation. Writing is disjointed. Demonstrates satisfactory academic writing standards with errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation. Writing is clear. Demonstrates good academic writing standards with few errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation. Writing is clear and concise. Demonstrates very good academic writing standards with minimal errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation. Writing is clear and concise. Demonstrates excellent academic writing standards using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation, no errors. Writing is clear and concise.
  0 − 2.0 2.5 − 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 − 5.0

 
This is my contract for my health promotion assignment part 1 to give u an idea
Assessment One (a)
Personal Health Initiative (PHI) Contract
 
Student Name:                                                                Student Number: _____________________
Approved by Tutor: ___________________________               Date: _______________________________
 
PHI Goal: (What do you want to achieve)? ___
I would like to increase fruit and vegetables to the recommended government dietary guidelines over 6 weeks
Rationale: (Why)?
I’d like to change my eating habit for having healthier lifestyle, decreasing risk factors of chronic diseases and feeling better by consuming good nutrition. Generally to promote my overall health. __________________________________________________________________________________
Strategies for Behaviour Change: (How)

  1. Increasing my motivation by adding new activities, new  food recipes in to my daily tasks_______________________________________________________________________

 

  1. Get more information on healthy eating (increasing my knowledge) in regards to diseases related to eating unhealthy and overall damages to body and health. ___________________________________________________________________________
  2. Family assistance and encouragement during this journey. ___________________________________________________________________________

Progress Measures:

  1. Keep an eye of food I am taking.
  2. Daily review of my plan, food diary is helping to track the amount of food and drink consumed
  3. Reward myself, by buying new clothes as one of the eating healthy result is get into the shape

Anticipated Barriers and Coping Strategies: (At least 3 for each. The coping strategy should address the barrier)
1a. Barrier:
Lack of time.
1b. Coping Strategy: _
Prepack food for every weekend or on free time for 2-3 days in advance and leave it in fridge. (3 meals a day) _________________________________________________________________________________
2a. Barrier:
Shopping and cooking skills
2b. Coping Strategy: using books, online websites, google, YouTube videos.
_________________________________________________________________________________
3a. Barrier:
Family situation, lots of junk foods and sweets around home
3b. Coping Strategy:
Stop shopping junk food and encourage other family members not to buy as well for having healthier life style as well as stay interested by helping each other’s. __________________________________________________________________________________
 
References:
Changing Your Habits: Steps to Better Health. (2016). https://www.niddk.nih.gov. Retrieved 5 November 2016, from https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-topics/diet/changinghabits/Documents/Changing_Your_Habits.pdf_

  1. Eikenberry, N. & Smith, C. (2004). Healthful eating: perceptions, motivations, barriers, and promoters in low-income Minnesota communities. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104(7), 1158-1161. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.uws.edu.au/science/article/pii/S0002822304005681
  2. House, J., Su, J., & Milne, R. (2006). Definition of Healthy Eating Among University Students. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 67(1). Retrieved from http://dcjournal.ca/doi/abs/10.3148/67.1.2006.14

Feel free to correct me on contract also kepp in mind this contract its not included 1000 words.
 
 
 
Data entry for each week
All questions must be answered for 6 weeks

  • Diary entry 1-6
    • What (goal) are they setting out to achieve this week
    • How (strategies) do they plan to do that this week.
    • Any specific barriers they will face this week that they should be aware of?
    • How are they feeling about the change?

 

  • Diary entry 2, One week in, outcomes after each week must be answered
    • have you reassessed what you set out to achieve?
    • What strategies did you implement this week to work towards your goal?
    • What barriers did you face over the week? Did you predict these or were they unexpected?
    • What coping strategies did you have or put in place to overcome the barriers? Were you successful?
    • How do you feel about being successful or unsuccessful about working towards your goal?
    • What are you going to set out to do this week? Anything different?

 
 
 
For final report please use 6 Australian reference
 
To think about… Theoretical models (You will have to apply your behaviour change to one of the following models.
 

  1. Stages of Change Model

2.Theory of Planned Behaviour