• Effectively discusses the key findings and uses this information to make an accurate diagnosis, and provides rationales for the diagnosis and exclusion of differential diagnoses /15

• The epidemiology of the condition and possible contributing factors for its incidence /10
• The pathophysiology of the condition, including likely complications /15
• The prehospital management of the condition, including evidence to support this management /15

• Demonstrates sound understanding of the topic /15
STRUCTURE
10
• Develops a sound and informative table of contents /1
• Main points clearly identified, discussed in a logical and sequential manner and directly related to the table of contents /3
• Paragraphs and sentences are well structured and linked in terms of context and information content.

Appropriate sentence length used with clear concept development and supporting detail provided with minimal repetition /3
• Clear development of themes and/or discussion “arguments” based on critical review of the literature /3
PRESENTATION
5
• Legible, well set out work /1
• Grammatical and spelling accuracy /2

• Within 10% of word limit /2
EVIDENCE OF READING
15
• Researched material is well synthesised into content, cited correctly and accurate details provided in a reference list. /6
• Limited use of text books /3
• Peer reviewed sources used /3
• Extensive use of primary references supporting critical evaluation of concepts and personal synthesis of issues, areas of debate /3
OVERALL GRADE
100
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