ECOMAP AND GENOGRAM RELATIONSHIP
This assessment requires you to discuss role changes and the impact of childbearing on the family as well as evaluate the impact of childhood illness both acute and chronic on the family.
Discuss role changes and the impact of childbearing on the family
Evaluate the impact of childhood illness both acute and chronic on the family
Due Date: Sun, Jul 10 by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) of the US.
Point Value: 30
To be successful, complete the following steps in order:
STEP 1. Review the instructional materials and finish learning activities in module 4
STEP 2. Click here to download the rubric.
STEP 3. Create a new Word document, write your paper based on the above overview and objectives.
No title page needed.
Review the ecomap and genogram in your textbook on page 379.
Create an ecomap and genogram similar to that based on a family you interview.
Create a legend consisting of genogram and ecomap symbols as shown in your text book.
Write an analysis of the family relationship based on the concepts from your text and outside resources.
The ecomap/genogram and the analysis with references MUST be in one document. After creating the ecomap/genogram on word, move cursor below it and type the analysis. Include reference page below analysis. Click here to download a sample ecomap and genogram with analysis. It is called Ecomap Genogram Relationship Assignment.
Assignment should include a minimum of 3 professional references. One reference may be your text book. One must be a refereed journal article , and the other may come from a professional website. All journal articles must be no older than five years.
STEP 4. Refer to APA book and rubric for correctly formatting the paper.
STEP 5. Word limit 600 minimum excluding reference pages.
STEP 6. Save the document with the filename: “Lastname_Firstname_Module_4_Assessment_10” (Example: Smith_Jill_Module_4_Assessment_10.docx)
STEP 7. Submit the document by clicking the link below titled “MODULE 4: ASSESSMENT 10: WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT – ECOMAP AND GENOGRAM RELATIONSHIP”