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Infographic (Electronic Poster) And Rationale

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) Code of Conduct for nurses(2018). sets out the professional behaviour, legal requirements and conduct expectations for all nurses within Australia (NMBA, 2018). It provides nurses with clear expectations of professional behaviour which aim to guide safe practice. Throughout the NMBA Code of Conduct for nurses document, Roach’s 6 C’s of Caring: Compassion, Competence, Conscience, Confidence, Commitment and  Comportment (Roach, 2013) can be observedin different ways.

Compile a visual representation of how two of Roaches 6 Cs of caring can be observed within the NMBA Code of Conduct for nurses (2018). Each student will also provide an 800-word rationale that explains the key links which have been visually depicted in the Infographic (electronic poster).


The purpose of this assessment is to present a visual representation with accompanying rationale which explains an understanding of the links between two of Roach’s 6 C’s of Caring and current expectations of nursing practice within theNMBA Code of Conduct for nurses (2018).
The NMBA Code of Conduct for nurses document can be found here:

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Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. (2018). Code of Conduct for nurses.

Written Reflection

As a Registered Nurse, there will be times when your own ideas and experiences of health and illness may challenge your ability topractice Person Centred Care (PCC). Reflecting on these perceptionsis a skill which is crucial to implementing PCC.

Using the Gibbs Reflective Cycle as a framework, submit a reflective essay that describes and analyses one experience of applying the concepts of PCC to the NRSG 138 tutorial case studies. This essay should demonstrate your developing understanding of PCC.


Each student will submit a reflective piece of writing utilising Gibbs Reflective Cycle (1988). Each student will review and reflect upon experiences of developing an understanding of PCC.