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Assignment Specification
Putting the Personal Health Information
Securely “on the Internet”
Networked Information Systems (COMP2410/ COMP6340), 2021 Semester 1
Associate Professor Hanna Suominen, the ANU Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH) Grand Challenge, and
the ANU COMP2410/COMP6340 teaching team
[email protected] (+61 4 3191 3826)
Important Dates (ACT time)
Assignment specified on Wattle Monday 29 April 2021 at 9:00 AM
Assignment due on Wattle (via its
Assigment functionality)
Sunday 23 May 2021 at 11:55 PM
No submission (or resubmission) after the due date will be
permitted. If an assessment task is not submitted by the due
date, a mark of 0 will be awarded.
The assignment submission (as one .zip file) includes a report
(as one .pdf file) and a video (as one .mp4 file) that document
the assignment, and perhaps code.

You will be required to press a submit button on Wattle to
electronically sign a declaration as part of your submission.
Please keep a copy of the submitted content for your records.
Estimated return date of assessment
feedback and marks on Wattle
Monday 8 June 2021
School of Computing
College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS)
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia
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Contents
Preface 1 .................................................................................................................................
Assignment Didactic 2 .............................................................................................................
General Instructions 3 .............................................................................................................
Case Description 4 .................................................................................................................
Task 6 ......................................................................................................................................
Writing Tips 8 ..........................................................................................................................
Helpful References 10 .............................................................................................................
Indicative Assessment Rubric 11 .............................................................................................
References 16.........................................................................................................................
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Preface
Today you are presented with a difficult and complex problem. Problems motivate
learning. To solve this problem, you will need to learn more about designing networked in-
formation systems and their cyber-physical security. Also, as you face various challenges
you will need to go over the lecture, lab, and tutorial materials, read parts of the text
book and other literature, and ask your assignment group and wider learning community in
this unit (i.e., colleagues, tutors, and lecturers) all sorts of questions. When you solve this
problem, you will have learnt most of the core concepts/skills within this subject. Although
this assignment is only worth 20/100 marks (20%) of the overall unit assessment, what you
learn is worth considerably more.
The problems in this assignment are intentionally ill-specified and open ended. This en-
ables people to be creative in the approach they take as they explore different aspects of
networked information systems. Moreover, it enables keen groups and students to really
extend themselves. We have put considerable effort into defining problems that may be
solved with a restricted set of skills and yet are still interesting. I hope you find them a lot of
fun. We did!
This is a group assignment because groups can be a great learning environment. Howev-
er, if you don’t understand something you can ask not only your group members but also
other members of our learning community to explain it to you. Also explaining ideas helps
strengthen and deepen your own understanding. However, please remember to follow The
ANU policies, procedures, and guidelines to assure Academic Integrity of both your group
assignment and your individual contribution to it.
Engage, own, and get started early with this assignment. The groups of 5 students must
be formed by Week 7 on Wattle in order to make sure everyone has a group and also
have an option to gain feedback about the formed groups. Namely, register your group of
5 students at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nisgroups2021 by 19 April 2021.
Please see the Assignment Tip 3: Form your group of 5 on Wattle for further instructions.
Writing is re-writing; your solution is likely to shine brighter after iterations of improvement.
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Assignment Didactic
This assignment gives you an opportunity to apply key concepts of the Networked Informa-
tion Systems unit to practice. The practical case you will consider is cutting-edge research
in The ANU; the aim in this strategic research initiative, called Our Health in Our Hands
(OHIOH, http://www.anu.edu.au/research/research-initiatives/our-health-in-our-hands) is to
transform healthcare by developing new personalised health technologies and solutions in
collaboration with patients, clinicians, and health care providers.
After completing this assignment, you should be able to
1. apply the key concepts in analysing and assuring network security to a realistic scenario
with private health data,
2. design, describe, and discuss a networked information system that takes these risks into
account, and
3. thereby, allow harvesting the potential of the latest discoveries in health informatics.
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General Instructions
Assessment Marking and Feedback: To gain the full points, you need to impress us;
hard and smart work pays off. The assignment is marked out of 20 and based both on de-
livery and content. A correct and comprehensive assignment with concise and clear docu-
mentation is typically marked as 14/20 (70%). Please see the rubric below for our indica-
tive grading guidelines. They supplement the general marking guidelines of The ANU
School of Computing. Students will be given written feedback to supplement their mark.
Policies: The ANU has educational policies, procedures, and guidelines, which are de-
signed to ensure that staff and students are aware of the University’s academic standards,
and implement them. You can find the University’s education policies and an explanatory
glossary at http://policies.anu.edu.au/.
Academic Misconduct: Students are expected to have read the Academic Misconduct
Rule before the commencement of their course. Other key policies include Student As-
sessment (Coursework) and Student Surveys and Evaluations. See https://cecs.anu.e-
du.au/current-students/policies-and-resources/academic-integrity-and-misconduct and
http://policies.anu.edu.au/ for further information.
Turnitin: The ANU is using Turnitin text matching software to enhance student citation and
referencing techniques, and to assess assignment submissions as a component of the
University's approach to managing Academic Integrity. For additional information regarding
Turnitin please visit https://www.anu.edu.au/students/academic-skills/academic-integrity/
turnitin.
Referencing Requirements: Appropriate referencing is required (see https://academic-
skills.anu.edu.au/taxonomy/term/142). Please follow the Harvard style (see http://
www.anu.edu.au/students/learning-development/academic-integrity/style-guides).
Help Is Available: Remember to challenge yourself but at the same time, be realistic with
your ability to deliver on time. We do provide help and support in lectures, labs, and tutori-
als on Wattle, Piazza, and Zoom — for example, please check our assignment tips. You
can also book an appointment from The ANU Academic Skills at https://www.anu.edu.au/
students/contacts/academic-skills. Do not hesitate to ask for advice in order to be efficient.
We are here to support your learning journey; however, doing the hard and smart work is
your responsibility.
Time Management: Also, remember that the first go at something never works and writing
takes time. Divide and conquer by working on your assignment every week. Finally, please
be mindful and polite with respect to you group members’ timetables; when working with
others good communication, clear expectations, and early scheduling of expected deliver-
ables is critical.
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Case Description
Diabetes is a chronic condition that is due to a failure of the body to control blood glucose,
resulting in high glucose levels (hyperglycaemia), which causes damage to the body’s
vasculature if left untreated [1]. This condition represents one of the most challenging pub-
lic health problems of the 21st century and is reaching epidemic levels globally [2]. Never-
theless, it remains seriously under-reported, partly because many people with a certain
type of diabetes do not realise they have it [3] and do not seek help until they have devel-
oped complications, which may be many years after diabetes began.
It is estimated that one in twelve Australians have diabetes and this rate is increasing [1,
2]. In addition, the evidence of inequality in access to health care is particularly evident in
Australia’s Indigenous, rural, and remote populations. Despite having one of the highest
life expectancy rates of any country in the world, Australia’s Indigenous populations still
experience mortality rates in line with some of the world’s poorest countries, with life ex-
pectancy from 5 to 10 years lower than that for the general population, primarily because
they experience high rates of chronic disease and at a younger age than other Australians
[4]. For example, 6.5% of the population living in outer regional and remote areas have di-
abetes compared to 4.7% of the population living in major cities [5]. Some of the reasons
for the inequality can be attributed to poorer access to, and use of, heath services than
people in regional and metropolitan areas; and lower access to selected hospital proce-
dures. This sees people living in remote areas of Australia typically needing to travel long
distances or relocate to attend health services or receive specialised treatment. These de-
terrents can contribute to poorer health outcomes [6].
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Figure 1. A sample diagram of a toothbrush equipped with a monitoring sensor
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In this context, the objective of this assignment is to design a network and discuss the re-
lated network threats of using wireless sensor technologies to collect data of persons living
with diabetes. Namely, the goal is to analyse an idea by the OHIOH project to build a nov-
el, miniaturised sensor to be attached in the toothbrush to analyse diabetes markers (e.g.,
acetone levels) from the toothbrush user’s breath or saliva without having to draw blood
(Figure 1, see, e.g., https://youtu.be/1B1dp8GMZps, and our other assignment tips on
Wattle). This analysis should be conducted from the perspective of designing networked
information systems and their cyber-physical security.
Effective socio-technical innovations of this kind will be helpful to potentially realise aspira-
tions to improve health outcomes. Imagine, for example, if people living in vulnerable
communities in rural and remote areas of Australia could use toothbrush sensors to moni-
tor and upload the data into a secure network for future use or medical research?
These technologies would enable monitoring of diabetes in an affordable, scalable, and
non-invasive manner in the comfort of the patients’ own home. The sensors would mea-
sure acetone levels in saliva or breath every morning and evening while brushing teeth.
The measurements would then be sent, using the Bluetooth or smartphone connectivity
over the home Wi-Fi, to central data storage and analytics servers where these personal
data would be stored and analysed. This would mean people receiving earlier diagnoses,
enhanced disease management, and precision therapy regardless of their geographical
location or social circumstances.
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Task
In the aforementioned context, your task in this group assignment task is to analyse the
related security issues and design, describe, and discuss the network by considering the
questions or tasks below. The assignment submission (as one .zip file) includes a report
(as one .pdf file) and a video (as one .mp4 file) that document the assignment, and per-
haps code.
You should structure your written report using our extended Introduction, Methods, Re-
sults, Discussion (IMRD a.k.a. IMRaD) model (further details below) and pay careful atten-
tion to effective key messaging. You should deliver a clear and concise written report
(please revisit the Week 2 Guest Lecture by The ANU Academic Skills for further informa-
tion). The maximum world length for the report is 4000 words plus the list of references.
The cover page must include each group member’s name, email address, and uniID.
You should present the highlights of your written report as an oral presentation with pre-
sentation slides. Please follow the extended IMRD structure, but remember to highlight
your group’s original work (i.e., the RD part) rather than be beginning heavy (i.e., the IM
part). The maximum length for the video is 10 min and you can record it, for example, by
using ANU Zoom. The first presentation slide must include each group member’s name,
email address, uniID, and portrait photo. The video must show both the slides and speaker
video, and each group member must present orally. You do not have to submit the slide
deck as part of your assignment submission (but you can, if you wish to do so). See
https://www.anu.edu.au/students/academic-skills/writing-assessment/presentations for fur-
ther information.
You will be required to press a submit button on Wattle to electronically sign a declaration
as part of your submission. Please keep a copy of the submitted content for your records.
Please name your submission as Firstname.Lastname.uniID.zip where the Firstname,
Lastname, and uniID refer to your personal identifiers. Each group member must submit,
regardless of this resulting in duplicated submissions.
The three questions or tasks to be addressed are as follows:

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1. Design a networked information system that could be used to build a solution for
the problem illustrated in Figure 1 using existing methods. That is, identify, shortlist,
describe, and justify context-relevant Apps, web pages, and other networked infor-
mation systems. Remember to add a URL and possible a reference for further in-
formation about your chosen technologies. For maximal points, the technologies
should be layperson friendly (i.e., remember Ellen and Karen’s experiences from
weekly assignment tips) and timely (e.g., released in 2019–2021). The justifications
should consider laypersons’ perspective, privacy-sensitive nature of personal health
information, and extreme call for data integrity and accessibility in clinical judge-
ment and decision-making. You may wish to limit your group’s work to designing,
describing, and discussing a minimal viable product as a report. Equally, you could
challenge yourself to engineer a computational artefact to the entire problem or its
strategically chosen components, analyse it, and also submit code. Remember that
no evaluations involving human subjects as participants are to be conducted with-
out obtaining the proper human ethics approvals and research permissions from
the ANU.
2. Outline major assets, security threats, and controls in this context. Be sure to identi-
fy those that you think are major threats and those that are minor threats. Shortlist
three of them for more detailed analyses, remembering to document your threat in-
clusion/exclusion criteria. Prepare a risk assessment that includes these shortlisted
major assets, threats, and controls. Suggest an approach to ensure business conti-
nuity by mitigating or preventing various levels of threats and intruders.
3. Ideally, each person living with diabetes should receive early diagnosis as well as
be provided with an accurate prognosis at the time of diagnosis, precision in initial
and subsequent treatment decisions, and improved timeliness in detecting the need
to reassess treatment regimens. Discuss the key benefits, issues, and debates of
networked information systems for diabetes in 2020s. In particular, critique, pro-
mote, and deepen the findings by Brew-Sam N, Chhabra M, Parkinson A, Hannan
K, Brown E, Pedley L, Brown K, Wright K, Pedley E, Nolan C, Phillips C, Suominen
H, Tricoli A, Desborough J. Experiences of Young People and Their Caregivers of
Using Technology to Manage Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: Systematic Literature Re-
view and Narrative Synthesis. JMIR Diabetes 2021;6(1):e20973, available at
https://diabetes.jmir.org/2021/1/e20973. Also evaluate how your created solution
above applies to this context. Finally, remember to demonstrate your ability to sup-
port your argumentation by identifying and including topical, timely, and trustworthy
references.
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Writing Tips
Now, when you have completed all the three questions or tasks above, it is time to perfect
your report. Please give evidence of your academic writing skills by following the author-
responsive straight-line writing and key-messaging instructions in your report. Pay careful
attention to concise information delivery; be brief but comprehensive and think about your
report structure. Make sure your report follows the structure below and answers each
question or task. Identify, explain, and analyse relevant concepts, and use the appropriate
references and referencing style. Preferably, support your narrative with figures and/or ta-
bles.
Report Title (10 words)
Author Information (incl. minimally each group member’s name, email address, and uni-
ID)
Abstract (250 words, see, e.g., https://www.nature.com/documents/nature-summary-
paragraph.pdf)
Keywords (list 5–10 keywords e.g., from the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH, https://
meshb.nlm.nih.gov/), 20 words)
Executive Summary to Mr Chris Pugmire, Director, OHIOH (150 words, see, e.g.,
https://www.anu.edu.au/students/academic-skills/writing-assessment/report-writing and its
cross-links for further information)
Advice to People Living With Diabetes (list of 3-5 results or conclusions to be highlight-
ed as full sentences from the assignment, 70 words)
Graphical Abstract (i.e., graphical abstract is a single, concise, pictorial, and visual sum-
mary of the assignment as one figure; see. e.g., https://www.elsevier.com/authors/tools-
and-resources/graphical-abstract#:~:text=A%20graphical%20abstract%20is%20a,read-
ers%20at%20a%20single%20glance for further information)
Presentation Slides (url to share the presentation slides on ANU OneDrive)
Presentation Video (url to share the presentation video on ANU OneDrive)
1. Introduction
Motivate assigned problem motivation, describe the problem in your own words, and
summarise your group’ proposed solution. For the problem description, you may wish to
have an overall question, claim, and hypothesis together with its breakdown to more de-
tailed questions, claims, and hypotheses. You are encouraged to include figures to support
your free-form text answer. (500 words, see, e.g., https://www.anu.edu.au/students/acad-
emic-skills/writing-assessment/report-writing and its cross-links for further information)
2. Methods
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Describe the process/procedure of your work to solve the problem. You need to make
some reasonable assumptions and document them. Please remember to explain and justi-
fy your materials as well as your data processing, analysis, and evaluation methods here.
You may wish to have an overall theoretical framework as well. You are encouraged to in-
clude figures and tables to support your free-form text answer. (700 words, see, e.g.,
https://www.anu.edu.au/students/academic-skills/writing-assessment/report-writing and its
cross-links for further information)
3. Results
Describe the outcomes of your work to solve the problem. You may wish to use subsection
headings to structure this section. They may, but do not have to, reflect the three questions
or tasks above. You are encouraged to include figures and tables to support your free-form
text answer. (900 words, see, e.g., https://www.anu.edu.au/students/academic-skills/writ-
ing-assessment/report-writing and its cross-links for further information)
4. Discussion
Describe and discuss how the results described in Section 3 (Results) solves the problem
identified in Section 1 (Introduction). You may wish to have subheadings for your group’s
principal results, their limitations (e.g., scoping, methodological restrictions, or your
group’s expertise), comparison with prior work, and conclusions. (700 words, see, e.g.,
https://www.anu.edu.au/students/academic-skills/writing-assessment/report-writing and its
cross-links for further information).
5. Group Description, Contribution Statement, and Reflection
Analyse how your group as a whole was suitable for addressing the problem and provide
each team member’s bio to give further evidence of the overall group description. After
this, include a contribution statement of group members’ contribution. Finally, reflect as a
group and its members on what you have learned when working on this assignment and
why it is important to your learning. (700 words, see, e.g., https://www.anu.edu.au/stu-
dents/academic-skills/writing-assessment/reflective-writing and its cross-links for further
information).
References
List references that you included in this report, using the Harvard style (see http://
www.anu.edu.au/students/learning-development/academic-integrity/style-guides).
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Helpful References
1. Fitzgerald J, Dennis A, Durcikova A (2019). Business Data Communications and
Networking, 13th Australia & New Zealand Edition. Wiley.
2. Motaki K (2016). Risk Analysis and Risk Management in Critical Infrastructures.
Master Thesis, University of Piraeus.
3. Henriksen E, Burkow TM, Johnsen E, Vognild LK (2013). Privacy and information
security risks in a technology platform for home-based chronic disease rehabilita-
tion and education. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 13: 85.
4. Haque SA, Aziz SM, Rahman M (2014). Review of cyber-physical system in health-
care. International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks.
5. Australian Government, Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) (2019). Australian
Government Information Security Manual. ASD. Available at https://www.cyber.gov-
.au/news/australian-government-information-security-manual-updated
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Indicative Assessment Rubric
As
ses
sm
ent
crit
eri
on
ID
Max
marks
Exemplary
(80%-100% of
the marks)
Excellent
(70%-79% of
the marks)
Good
(60%-69% of
the marks)
Acceptable
(50%-59% of the
marks)
Unsatisfactory
(0%-49% of the
marks)
1 2 Your
understanding of
the networked
information
systems,
network design,
and relevant
methods was
deep and
sensitive to their
context. This
was
communicated in
an exemplary
fashion that
showed that you
have a deep
understanding of
the material and
the problem
context.
Your
understanding
of the
networked
information
systems,
network design,
and relevant
methods was
deep and
sensitive to their
context. This
was
communicated
in an excellent
fashion that
showed that
you have a
deep
understanding
of the material
and the problem
context.
Your
understanding
of the
networked
information
systems,
network
design, and
relevant
methods was
good and
sensitive to
their context.
This was
communicated
well and
demonstrated
that you have a
good
understanding
of the material
and the
problem
context.
Your
understanding of
the networked
information
systems,
network design,
and relevant
methods was
OK but you had
missed some
key points or
your sensitivity
to the context
was fair. Your
answer was
communicated
in an acceptable
manner.
Your
understanding
of the
networked
information
systems,
network
design,
relevant
methods, or
the context
was lacking.
Your answer
was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
2 2 You excelled in
creating,
describing, and
justifying a
network
information
system design.
You covered all
aspects of the
network in the
diagram and
their context in
an exceptionally
clear, concise,
correct, and
complete
manner. Your
proposed design
was creative and
demonstrated
stellar skills in
applying
networking
concepts to a
practical
scenario.
You excelled in
creating,
describing, and
justifying a
network
information
system design.
You covered all
aspects of the
network in the
diagram and
their context in
an excellent
manner. Your
proposed
design was
excellent and
demonstrated
excellence in
applying
networking
concepts to a
practical
scenario.
You did well in
creating,
describing, and
justifying a
network
information
system design.
You covered
almost all
aspects of the
network in the
diagram and
their context in
a good manner.
Your did well in
proposing a
design and
demonstrated
good skills in
applying
networking
concepts to a
practical
scenario.
You did OK in
creating,
describing, and
justifying a
network
information
system design.
You covered key
aspects of the
network in the
diagram and
their context in a
satisfactory
manner. Your
did OK in
proposing a
design and
demonstrated
satisfactory
skills in applying
networking
concepts to a
practical
scenario.
Your answer
was lacking in
its creation,
description, or
justification of a
network
information
system design.
Your answer
was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
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3 2 Your networked
information
system analysis
and evaluation
was outstanding,
and you had
clearly gone
beyond what
was expected
their creation
and
communication;
Wow!
Your networked
information
system analysis
and evaluation
was excellent in
their
completeness,
correctness,
clarity, and
conciseness.
You also
excelled in their
communication.
Your networked
information
system
analysis and
evaluation was
good. You did
also well in
their
communication
. However, you
might have had
room for
improvement in
compromising
between the
completeness
and
conciseness of
your answer.
Your networked
information
system analysis
and evaluation
was OK in its
completeness,
correctness,
clarity, and
conciseness.
Your
communication
was satisfactory,
but you might
have had some
incorrect or
unclear
answers.
Your answer
was lacking in
its analysis and
evaluation of a
networked
information
system. Your
answer was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
4 2 Your
understanding of
available
solutions and
their integration
was deep and
sensitive to their
context. You
demonstrated
exceptional
talent in critical
thinking in
choosing and
justifying
solutions. Your
report writing
was exemplary
and
demonstrated
this mastery of
materials and
their contextual
tailoring.
Your
understanding
of available
solutions and
their integration
was deep and
sensitive to their
context. You
demonstrated
excellence in
critical thinking
in choosing and
justifying
solutions. Your
report writing
was excellent
and
demonstrated
outstanding
knowledge,
abilities, and
skills related to
relevant
materials and
their contextual
tailoring.
Your
understanding
of available
solutions and
their integration
was good and
quite sensitive
to their context.
You did well in
critical thinking
when choosing
and justifying
solutions. Your
report was well
written. You
demonstrated
good
knowledge,
abilities, and
skills related to
relevant
materials and
their contextual
tailoring.
Your
understanding of
available
solutions and
their integration
was fair and
somewhat
sensitive to their
context. You did
OK in critical
thinking when
choosing and
justifying
solutions. Your
report was
satisfactory. You
demonstrated
satisfactory
knowledge,
abilities, and
skills related to
relevant
materials and
their contextual
tailoring.
Your answer
was lacking in
its addressing
or integration
of the available
solutions. Your
answer was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
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5 2 You were able to
correctly,
completely,
clearly, and
concisely state 

the major and
minor threats in
the context, and
this was
communicated in
an exemplary
fashion that
demonstrated
outstanding
depth and width
of materials and
methods, as well
as talent in
critical thinking.
You were able
to correctly,
completely,
clearly, and
concisely state 

the major and
minor threats in
the context, and
this was
communicated
in an excellent
fashion that
demonstrated
depth and width
of materials and
methods, as
well as talent in
critical thinking.
You were able
to correctly and
completely
state 

the major and
minor threats in
the context,
and this was
communicated
in a fairly clear
and concise
way.
You were able to
correctly or
almost correctly
state 

the major and
minor threats in
the context, and
your answer
was complete or
almost
complete. Your
communication
was fairly clear
and fairly
concise.
Your answer
was lacking in
its addressing
of the major
and minor
threats. Your
answer was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
6 2 You were able to
develop an
outstanding risk
assessment
framework in its
context. Your
report writing
was exemplary
and
demonstrated
your deep
understanding of
the material.
You were able
to develop an
excellent risk
assessment
framework in its
context. Your
report writing
was excellent
and
demonstrated
your deep
understanding
of the material.
You were able
to develop a
good risk
assessment
framework in
its context. The
framework was
correct and
complete but
could have
been clearer or
more concise
in order to be
easier to be
applied to
clinical
judgement and
decision-
making.
You were able to
develop a
satisfactory risk
assessment
framework in its
context. The
framework was
predominantly
correct and
almost
complete. It
could have been
clearer and/or
more concise in
order to be
easier to be
applied to
clinical
judgement and
decision-
making.
Your risk
assessment
framework was
lacking. Your
answer was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
7 2 You were able to
develop
outstanding
security controls
considering all
aspects in the
context. Your
report writing
was exemplary
and
demonstrated
your deep
understanding of
the material.
You were able
to develop
excellent
security controls
considering all
aspects in the
context. Your
report writing
was excellent
and
demonstrated
your deep
understanding
of the material.
You were able
to develop
good security
controls
considering
almost all
aspects in the
context. Your
report was well
written and
demonstrated
your good
understanding
of the material.
You were able to
develop
satisfactory
security controls
in their context.
The controls
were
predominantly
correct,
complete, and
clear. Your
report was OK
and
demonstrated
your satisfactory
understanding of
the material.
Your security
controls were
lacking. Your
answer was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
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8 2 Your
understanding of
ensuring
business
continuity was
deep and
sensitive to its
context. Your
report writing
was exemplary
and
demonstrated
this mastery of
materials and
their contextual
tailoring.
Your
understanding
of ensuring
business
continuity was
deep and
sensitive to its
context. Your
report writing
was excellent
and
demonstrated
your deep
understanding
of the material.
Your
understanding
of ensuring
business
continuity was
good and fairly
sensitive to its
context. Your
report was well
written and
demonstrated
your good
understanding
of the material.
Namely, your
approach to
ensuring
business
continuity was
correct and
complete but
could have
been clearer or
more concise
in order to be
easier to be
applied to
clinical
judgement and
decision-
making.
Your
understanding of
ensuring
business
continuity was
OK and
somewhat
sensitive to its
context. Your
report was
satisfactory and
demonstrated
your OK
understanding of
the material.
Namely, your
approach to
ensuring
business
continuity was
almost correct
and fairly
complete. It
could have also
been clearer or
more concise in
order to be
easier to be
applied to
clinical
judgement and
decision-
making.
Your approach
to ensuring
business
continuity was
lacking. Your
answer was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
9 2 The answer
demonstrated
your exceptional
ability to
contribute to
scholarly
communities by
discussing the
key benefits,
issues, and
debates of
networked
information
systems for
diabetes in
2020s. Your
answer was
outstanding; it
followed
scholarly
conventions,
was evidence-
based, and had
both original
contributions and
reviewing of
relevant
literature.
The answer
demonstrated
your excellent
ability to
contribute to
scholarly
communities by
discussing the
key benefits,
issues, and
debates of
networked
information
systems for
diabetes in
2020s. You
excelled in
following
scholarly
conventions
and providing
evidence from
published
papers and your
own analysis to
support your
argumentation.
The answer
demonstrated
your good
ability to
contribute to
scholarly
communities by
discussing the
key benefits,
issues, and
debates of
networked
information
systems for
diabetes in
2020s. You did
well in following
scholarly
conventions
and providing
evidence from
published
papers or your
own analysis to
support your
argumentation.
The answer
demonstrated
your OK ability
to discuss the
key benefits,
issues, and
debates of
networked
information
systems for
diabetes in
2020s. You
followed
scholarly
conventions and
provided
evidence from
published
papers or your
own analysis to
support your
argumentation
to a satisfactory
level.
Your
addressing of
key benefits,
issues, and
debates of
networked
information
systems for
diabetes in
2020s was
lacking. Your
answer was
communicated
in an
unacceptable
manner.
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10 2 The answer
demonstrated
your exceptional
ability to reflect
deeply, work as
a group, and
communicate to
a range of
different
stakeholders
orally and in
writing. Your
exemplary
narrative was
supported by
insightful tables
and creative
illustrations.
The answer
demonstrated
your excellent
ability to reflect
deeply, work as
a group, and
communicate to
a range of
different
stakeholders
orally and in
writing. You
excelled in
authoring a
convincing
narrative that
was supported
by insightful
tables and
outstanding
illustrations.
The answer
demonstrated
your good
ability to reflect,
work as a
group, and
communicate
to a range of
different
stakeholders
orally and in
writing. You did
well in
authoring a
convincing
narrative that
was supported
by insightful
tables and
outstanding
illustrations.
The answer
demonstrated
your satisfactory
ability to reflect,
work as a group,
and
communicate to
a range of
different
stakeholders
orally and in
writing. Your OK
narrative was
supported by
tables and
illustrations that
were
appropriate and
of satisfactory
standard.
The answer did
NOT
demonstrated
your
satisfactory
ability to
reflect, work as
a group, and
communicate
to a range of
different
stakeholders
orally and in
writing. Your
narrative was
lacking and
was not
supported by
satisfactory
tables and
illustrations.
Tot
al
ma
rks
[0, 20] [16-20] [14, 16) [12, 14) [10, 12) [0, 10)
Exemplary
(80%-100% of
the marks)
Excellent
(70%-79% of
the marks)
Good
(60%-69% of
the marks)
Acceptable
(50%-59% of the
marks)
Unsatisfactory
(0%-49% of the
marks)
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Detecting undiagnosed diabetes using glycated haemoglobin: an automated screening
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