Please refer to below file. Make sure to read the marking rubric It was also mentioned on my guideline that you need to search for evidence in journals available via the RMIT library. I will give you my account so you can get full access of the library. I have written the details of my account in the guidelines attached. Choose only 1 from the 5 videos. If you have any questions just message me here
Part 2: Media Annotation (30%)
This part of the assessment requires the student to review a video of a skill associated with the course and assess the performance of the skill, analyse the video for quality of performance and identify the strengths and weaknesses of the performance based on cited research. Submission guidelines and the marking rubric will be provided on the course canvas site.
How to do the media annotation
Instructions for the Media annotation
Please make sure you indicate which video you reviewed on you submission
The media annotation requires you to review a video of an arrest scenario associated with the course and assess the performance of the skill.
The BLS/ ALS videos on the canvas website may be used or you can identify another video to use for the media annotation (please ensure you provide details of the video and how to access if you select an alternate video – if I cannot access the video I will not be able to review and assess your comment / discussion).
You need to analyse the video for quality of performance and identify practices not in line with the ARC guidelines and identify the strengths and weaknesses (technical and nontechnical) of the performance based on cited research. You can provide recommendations for practice change. For all the discussion you need to link to the ARC guidelines and identify the research to provide evidence to support your comments and or recommendations made for improving performance.
You are expected to search for evidence in journals available via the RMIT library.
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There are many journals with research into BLS and ALS so try and use these rather than a website (although the ARC website does provide reliable information as well. Examples of journals available via the library include: Resuscitation, Chest, Heart and Lung).
Do not use sites like Wikipaedia or WebMD as a source. – any such sources will not be deemed an appropriate reference
Word limit – 1500 – 2000
Ensure you reference your discussion. Use APA for referencing. 20 or more references. Not more than 5 years old.
“After reviewing the video scenario several areas of poor performance were identified. In this assignment the video scenario will be analysed and positive and negative issues identified and discussed based on the available evidence.
It was noted the depth of compression appeared inadequate on multiple occasions (eg: at 30seconds etc time of video). According to Smith and Jones (2014) depth of compression of at least 5cm is necessary to generate a cardiac output. Several studies have identified the importance of compression depth during cardiac arrest (Frank, 2015; Smyth, 2011; Simmonds, 2012; Alfonso & Sidonas, 2005). Franks (2105) study of survival from cardiac arrest found a statistically significant relationship between ROSC and compression depth. Those patients who had compressions of 6 cm had a greater likelihood of ROSC compared to those with a compression depth less than 5cm (p=0.01).