Describe 2 strategies you will implement to ensure that your practice is person-centred/population-centred.

Recommended structure for the case study 1,500 words Section 1: Description of the case (200 words) In this section, you will be expected to describe a persons condition and how the condition, when combined with contextual factors, impacts on his/her level of functioning in terms of impairments, daily activity limitations and social participation restrictions. You will be expected to use ICF components in your description. Section 2: Description and justification of your intervention? (450words) In this section, you will be required to: a. define your role as a health professional (either in direct client service delivery or as an administrator of a heath service organisation or public health professional) b. identify and describe an intervention? you may offer in the role you have defined to promote this persons level of functioning (either in direct service delivery to the client or in administration or public health. Use scholarly ?? publications/references to support your choice of intervention. c. identify what components of the ICF your intervention may target. d. identify any risks involved with the intervention and describe two strategies that will help to minimise these risks. ? An intervention refers to something you do as a health professional to assist the person (client/patient) or population group. It can include a treatment, activity, project, initiative, program or a service. ?? Scholarly publications refer to academic references (books/journal articles) that are trustworthy and credible. With regard to websites, only publications from .gov or .edu are permitted. Section 3: Identification of another health professional in the team and description of his/her role (300 words) In this section, you will be required to: a. identify and describe the role of another health professional who is also working with this person/population group as part of the inter-professional team. b. specify what components of the ICF this role may target. Use scholarly publications to support this section. Section 4: Specification of professionalism characteristics (300 words) Choose 3 characteristics of professionalism and describe how you will demonstrate these when conducting your intervention as described in Section 2. Use scholarly publications to support your description of professional characteristics. Section 5: Description and justification of person-centred/ population-centred strategies (250 words) Describe 2 strategies you will implement to ensure that your practice is person-centred/population-centred. Use scholarly publications to support your strategies. Rationale This assessment item requires you to: access learning resources on vUWS and via the library website and appropriately reference these learning resources use common medical, health and health policy terminology accurately identify and describe a clinical condition relating to a person accurately using ICF components correctly describe the roles and activities of relevant members of an inter-professional team, using ICF components. identify and describe the risks associated in health science practice and specify strategies to minimise the risks identify and describe characteristic features of professionalism in the day to day activities of health science practice describe and apply a client-centred practice approach to health science practice Task This case study assignment will require you to apply aspects of professional health science practice to a case s- tudy created by you. You will be required to select one of the clinical conditions listed for the annotated bibliography and write up a case study of a person with that clinical condition. You may choose the same condition that you used for the annotated bibliography; however this is not a requirement. You are strongly recommended to use the following structure in writing up your case study. YOU CAN CHOOSE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FOR THE CASE STUDY Osteoarthritis (OA) Dementia Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Epilepsy Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) Asthma Drug addiction Schizophrenia Chronic Renal Failure Hypercholesterolemia Sciatica Depression Down syndrome (DS) Anxiety disorder Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Alcoholism Obsessive compulsive disorder Angina or Congestive Cardiac Failure