1. Describe in detail three state-of-art student semi or fully automated registration technologies, compare their advantages and disadvantages in-between as well as with existing university registration procedure;

The objectives of the project are to:
1. Describe in detail three state-of-art student semi or fully automated registration technologies, compare their advantages and disadvantages in-between as well as with existing university registration procedure;

2. Carry out cost-effective analysis and propose how much it will cost to implement top-two preferred semi or fully automated registration technologies at the School of Engineering & Science at Medway (based on type of the selected technologies, total number of teaching rooms, support staff and maintenance costs should considered).

This is an individual research project and you will not have an academic support staff to guide you through the expected report progress.

Please take this work very seriously and consult ‘Report structure & assessment’ section to familiarise with report requirements.

Report structure & assessment
Please refer to the table below for the suggested report structure and assessment criteria. This may have to be altered slightly from project to project, however the core should remain the same.

The report layout: font, margins, etc., are to be selected individually. If there is no Appendix section in the report the Reference section should be presented separately.

The number of pages for sections 6-11 is given as a guideline only and may vary from report to report.

Report structure & marks:
Description / Information
Weight 1 Header sheet Include as first page of your report (Available through Banner). 1 1%
Title page
Include: University, Department, Programme, Course, report title, your name, banner ID, year, and number of words.
1% 3 Content Content page 1 1%
List of Tables
List of Tables
1% 5 List of Figures List of Figures 1 1%
Background information about the client and the project that you were working on.

5% 7 Methodology Detailed description of adapted methods, explanation and justification of the choice and how these are appropriate. *Extra material can be presented in the Appendix. 1-3 10%
This section should get down to the point and present the results & findings which were discovered through the progress of the project.
40% 9 Conclusions Overview of the results with analysis and conclusions. If desired, the analysis section can be combined with results. It should also reflect how the project objectives have been met. 2-4 20%
A set of clear recommendations have to be outlined as a guideline for the client to follow. Either on how to use the generated data/material etc., or how to enhance the results and extra matters which should be considered.
10% 11 Appendix This should include any extra figures, tables, questionnaires Q&A, links, references, etc. (all you think is relevant and supports your work). <20 5%
Consistent formatting & page numbering through all of the report.


When submitting your assessment, please do not use the scenario as part of your response.




Option 1: Epilepsy


Jessica Williamson is a 28 year old woman with a past history of epilepsy. Two weeks ago Jessica was out socially, drinking alcohol at a dance club. Jessica experienced a seizure whilst on the dance floor. Upon arrival at the local Emergency Department, paramedic staff reported that she had experienced a full tonic-clonic seizure that lasted for three minutes, during which she lost consciousness. Jessica was assessed and admitted. During her hospitalisation, Jessica was stabilised and discharged from hospital 1 week after the episode. Her discharge medications included an anticonvulsant.


On discharge Jessica was asked to attend her GP for follow-up.


Medical History


Jessica was diagnosed with epilepsy in late adolescence. Initially the seizures were very difficult to control using anticonvulsants but her condition stabilised 5 years ago. Three months ago she weaned herself off her anticonvulsants as she wanted to fall pregnant. During her hospitalization she was recommenced on her anticonvulsant.


Four years ago Jessica was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Jessica was taught to control her blood glucose levels using diet and oral hypoglycaemics, this is now decreasingly effective.


Her most recent observations include:


  • BP: 150/90


  • P: 115 regular


  • Height: 158 cms


  • Weight: 122 kgs


  • BGL 12.9


Her current medications are:


  • Epilim 1 gm BD


  • Metformin 850mg BD


Social History


Jessica lives in a two-storey house with her current partner of six years, Martin. Jessica’s parents live overseas where her mother has been posted for work. Jessica is an only child. She works as a real estate agent selling homes and covers a large geographic area involving long and irregular work hours. This can involve her driving long distances and for long periods of time. Jessica enjoys her work and the challenges of being independent at work and at home. Despite being advised by her GP that she must not drive after suffering this recent seizure, Jessica continues to do so.


Current Issue


Following the follow-up appointment with the GP, the GP was concerned about Jessica’s seemingly poor acceptance of her medical diagnoses and her compliance with the treatment regime for both her diabetes and epilepsy. Jessica indicated she did not need any more prescriptions for her anticonvulsants at the moment.


Jessica is not particularly careful about monitoring her blood sugar levels. She says she often forgets, and tends to check when she “feels fuzzy”.

As this is your first visit to Jessica in her home, justify and discuss the immediate plan of care for her.


Assessment Focus


You are the Registered Nurse from the Community Nursing Service. You will be undertaking an initial visit to Jessica’s home.

Prioritise and provide a rationale for the activities you will undertake as part of this initial visit and identify two (2) priorities for your follow-up visit.



This unit requires you to use the APA referencing system.


Please include at least 6 journal articles and books no older than 4 years


Recommended references


Hunter, S. (Ed.) (2012). Miller’s Nursing for wellness in older adults. (1st Aust. & NZ ed.) Sydney, NSW:


Wolters Kluwer/ Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.


Any comprehensive anatomy and physiology textbook.


Further references


AIHW. (2011). Chronic kidney disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Cat. no. PHE 151. Canberra: AIHW. Viewed 27 January 2015, <http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=10737419983>.


AIHW. (2011). The health and welfare of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: an overview 2011. Cat. no. IHW 42. Canberra: AIHW.


Brown, P. (Ed.) (2010). Health care of the older adult: An Australian and New Zealand perspective. Warriewood, Woodslane Publishing.


Bryant, B., & Knights, K. (2011). Pharmacology for health professionals (3rded.). Sydney: Mosby Elsevier.


Bullock, S., & Manias, E. (2014). Fundamentals of pharmacology (7thed.). Sydney: Pearson Education.


Chang, E., & Johnson, A. (Eds.) (2014). Chronic illness and disability. Principles for nursing practice (2nd ed.) Sydney: Elsevier Australia.



Forrester, K., & Griffiths, D. (2014). Essentials of law for health professionals (4th ed). Sydney: Elsevier Australia.


Guzys, D., & Petrie, E. (Eds.) (2014). An Introduction to community and primary health care. New York: Cambridge University Press.


Lee, G., & Bishop, P. (2013). Microbiology and infection control for health professionals (5thed.). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Australia.

Lubkin, I., & Larsen, P. (Eds) (2013). Chronic illness: Impact and interventions (8th ed.). Burlington Ma.: Jones & Bartlett.


McCance, K., Heuther, S., Brashers, V., & Rote, N. (Eds.) (2014). Pathophysiology: The biologic basis for disease in adults and children (7th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby Elsevier.



McKenna, L., & Mirkov, S. (Eds.) (2012). Australia New Zealand nursing & midwifery drug handbook (6th ed.). Broadway, N.S.W: Wolter Kluwer/ Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.


Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. (2006). National competency standards for the            registered nurse. Retrieved from            http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/documents/default.aspx?record=WD10            %2f1342&dbid=AP&chksum=N5ws04xdBlZijTTSdKnSTQ%3d%3d

Porth, C.M. (2011). Essentials of pathophysiology. Concepts of altered health states (3rded.). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.