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Participant Information Sheet
Students undertaking a nursing, midwifery or paramedicine course at Curtin University studying the unit Behavioural Perspectives of Lifespan are required to conduct a developmental assessment of a child, adolescent, or adult. The purpose of the project is to consolidate students’ knowledge and understanding of human development through specific application to the individual in the context of family and community. Students are not able to undertake a professional assessment of the participant’s level of development, or their physical or psychological health as they are not qualified to do so.
The student will need to observe the participant for one hour, interact with the participant for 30 minutes, and interview the participant (or a parent) for 15 – 30 minutes. The time of the assessment will be at the participant, family, and student’s convenience, in the family home, at a workplace, or at an agreed social event.
The student is required to submit the Consent Form separately from their report to keep your name and contact information confidential.
If you have any questions about the assessment, please contact: