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     Family Health Care Nursing

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. Read Chapters 12, 13, 14, 15.

· Overview

· This assignment requires you to interview a family, and then illustrate their interfamilial relationships as well as their external support systems and stressors by creating a genogram and ecomap. You will then analyze the ecomap and genogram.

· References

· Minimum of three (3) total references: one (1) reference from required course materials and two (2) peer-reviewed references. All references must be no older than five years.

Unless otherwise specified all papers should have a minimum of 600 words (approximately 2.5 pages) excluding the title and reference pages.

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Criteria

Levels of Achievement

Accomplished Needs Improvement Not Acceptable

Introduction 7 to 7 Points

• Clearly states the purpose of the paper.

• Provides a comprehensive overview of topic or
questions.

• Engages the reader.

• Organized and has easy follow.

2 to 6 Points

• Overview is provided, but
key points/ideas are
missing.

• Purpose statement is not
clear.

• Does not engage the reader.

• Somewhat disorganized but
still comprehensible

0 to 1 Points

• Does not provide an
overview of the paper or
is absent.

• No purpose statement.

Body

Key Requirement
1
Ecomap and

genogram

8 to 8 Points

• Fully detailed ecomap and genogram with legend

5 to 7 Points

• Ecomap and/or genogram
lacking some key elements

0 to 4 Points

• Genogram included.
Ecomap missing.

Key Requirement
2
Analysis of

Ecomap and
Genogram
Findings

12 to 12 Points

• Analyzes the ecomap and genogram findings by
describing the positive and negative relationships
between the family members and environment.

• Identifies nursing intervention strategies that
promote positive relationships and reduce family
stressors

6 to 11 Points

• Describes relationships
between family members.

• Identifies environmental
relationships. Does not
identify nursing
intervention strategies.

0 to 5 Points

• Describes family
relationships. Does not
describe environmental
relationships.

• Does not identify
nursing intervention
strategies.

Conclusion 7 to 7 Points

• Summarizes paper and reflects on what the reader
has learned from the paper.

• Demonstrates persuasive thought and is well
organized.

2 to 6 Points

• Merely summarizes the
introduction or contains
new ideas not present in the
paper contents.

• Somewhat disorganized but
still comprehensible

0 to 1 Points

• Simply restates the
introduction or is
absent.

• Disorganized to the
point of distraction.

Stylistics 6 to 6 Points

• APA Citations are appropriate.

• Formatted correctly.

• Reference page is complete and correctly formatted.

• Minimum of three (3) total references: one (1)
reference from required course materials and two
(2) peer-reviewed references. All references must be
no older than five years (unless making a specific
point using a seminal piece of information)

• More than 600 words excluding title and reference
pages.

3 to 5 Points

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