Aims of the Assessment:
What is the pathogenesis of ischemic stroke?
Specifically relate your answer to the risk factors associated with Mrs Mary Fenech.
What is the “ischaemic penumbra” ?
Explain the importance of timely reperfusion therapy specifically related to Mrs Mary Fenech.
What are the specific nursing resposibilities related to the administration of the following medications?
Indicate a diagnostic procedure commonly used to diagnose ischemic stroke and then suggest the specific nursing responsibilities related to that procedure?
You are to record and submit your oral presentation based on the case study from assessment 1
For your oral presentation: – you can use a slide show (such as PowerPoint) to support your presentation by sharing your screen. You can record your presentation in ZOOM.
The recorded presentation should take no more than 10 minutes.
There is no word limit however as a guide 1000 word is the suggested maximum.
If you exceed the time limit by more than 10%, the marker will stop marking at 11 minutes.
Develop your presentation transcript on the template provided in vUWS Assesssment 2 – Oral presentation folder.
Record your oral presentation.
Copy and paste the recording URL link to the front page of transcript template, include any password if used
Upload your presentation transcript to the Presentation Assessment Turnitin link available on vUWS.
All transcripts are to be typed according to the following format: 3 cm left and right margins, double spaced. Font: Arial or Times New Roman Font size: 12pt.
You cannot share your work or use AI.
Therefore, Turnitin will be monitored to identify any students engaging in cheating.
References: You must include references. These should be listed at the end of your presentation using APA 7 referencing style. References are to include at least ten recent (2013- 2023) academic sources such as journal articles, textbook material and evidence-based resources.
A note on ACADEMIC references: References to support your discussion must be from peer- reviewed and/or published sources that are less than 10 years old. This includes textbooks, journal articles, MIMS and evidence-based guidelines produced by expert bodies such as the Stroke Foundation. Please do not refer to patient information sites to support your discussion (example WebMD).