Section 4 Abstract, Conclusion, General scientific writing Abstract: 200 words (+/- 10%)

Section 4
Abstract, Conclusion, General scientific writing
Abstract: 200 words (+/- 10%)
Conclusion: 200 words (+/-10%)
Abstract: To present a short written scientific abstract, outlining the seminal points of the research report using scientific language.
Conclusion: With reference to parts 1, 2, & 3 reflect upon how the biopsychosocial model can be integrated into your future clinical practice. Refer to your justification for your choice of intervention and evaluate potential strengths and weaknesses in the plan, e.g. in terms of patient adherence to recommendations. Explain how your treatment plan could serve as an example of ‘Evidence- Based Medicine’.
General: Present your work in a logical and coherent manner with grammar and referencing appropriate for an academic piece of work.
Section 4
Abstract
Conclusion
Scientific writing skills
FAIL 42%
An incomplete or superficial abstract that includes significant
amounts of irrelevant or redundant material. 
No justification for the choice of intervention and no consideration of the potential barriers to implementation.
Little or no evidence of critical reflection in the
conclusion.
Work is unstructured; poorly presented and communicated.
Poor standard with multiple errors in spelling, grammar and/or referencing.
Non-adherence to word count
PASS 54%
An adequate abstract which
conveys the main themes and conclusions of
the research report. 
Adequate justification for the choice of intervention and an attempt is made to address the potential barriers to implementation
Some evidence of critical reflection in the
conclusion but with only minimal consideration of EBM and the biopsychosocial model.
Work is satisfactorily presented, structured and communicated.
Adequate standard with only minimal errors in spelling, grammar and minimal errors in referencing.
Adherence to word count
GOOD PASS 62%
A concise and informative abstract which
conveys the main themes and conclusions of
the research report. 
Good evidence of critical reflection in the conclusion demonstrating good awareness of the biopsychosocial model and how EBM can be incorporated into future clinical practice.
Good justification for the choice of intervention and good evaluation of both the strengths and the potential barriers to implementation.
Work is confidently/ clearly presented, structured and communicated.
A good standard with only minimal errors in spelling, grammar and minimal errors in referencing.
Adherence to word count