Your group has been asked to present to the local Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the local mainstream health service. A number of topics have been identified by the Board of Directors and CEO for your presentation. Your group has been given the opportunity to present brief reports to the Board of Directors and CEO on these topics, and provide a concise presentation. Due to the multiple priorities of the Board of Director and the CEO, your group has only been permitted a short time for your presentation. As a result, you will need to ensure that it is concise and persuasive. The is a unique opportunity that may influence how the Board of Directors and the CEO plan to cater for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, now and into the future.
Assessment Task 2A is the individual component, which includes:
a short report on the topic that you have been allocated.
Interdisciplinary collaboration – Discuss the role of the Aboriginal and Torres trait Islander health worker. What strengths do they bring to the interdisciplinary team? What are their limitations? How do nurses and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers optimise each other’s role in this context?
Report presentation structure
Individuals must address their allocated topic in their report. Your report should be structured as follows:
1. Introduction – introduce your topic.
2. Discussion – demonstrate your understanding of this topic through:
a. defining the associated key concepts
b. discussing the contemporary relevance of the topic to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ health context. Use the prescribed readings and broader resources to support your discussion.
2. Conclusion – summarise the main points of your report.
3.Your Report should be written in third-person style
Times New Roman, font size 12.
APA 6th edition style referencing
Include a complete reference list on a new page.
Include total word count.
NEED AT LEAST 14 REFERENCES (MUST BE RELATED TO ABORIGINAL AND TORRESS STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLE) NO OLDER THEN 2010