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Instructions for all students for written assignment #4.
MPH 19: Communicate audience-appropriate public health content, both in writing and through oral presentation. (NOTE: This course assignment is written only)
SLO4: Synthesize the inter-relatedness of the public health disciplines and the ways in which these disciplines connect with a community or population group around a public health event.
Referring to the example of the Case Study on the malaria control efforts in Zambia, prepare a 2-page brief for use by a public broadcasting news reporter on the impact of the globalization of infectious disease on today’s public health agenda. Refer to the weekly readings and lecture in Blackboard for background information. Included in your discussion should be evidence-based information (literature review) reflecting the foundational competency and the SLO stated above. Conduct a literature review of peer-reviewed journals and appropriate government documents. Include references from your weekly readings and at least one more reference outside of your weekly reading. Review the written assignment rubric for grading criteria (see below).
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Individual Written Assignment 12- points
|Subject is identified, and writing reflects knowledge of the topic and assigned materials.||/3|
|Clearly written to promote critical thinking and reflect perspective/interpretation/opinion of assignment.||/4|
|Conclusion drawn and includes summary about main points or arguments.||/3|
|Written in a scholarly manner using AMA format, no grammatical and typographical errors, length of paper is appropriate for assignment.||/1|
|Includes in-text citations and references and at least one new citation, in addition to the assigned readings from the literature.||/1|
Written Assignments. Faculty will assess written assignments for content appropriateness, depth of analysis, meeting assignment deadlines and instructions, organization, grammar and spelling, and citations. Reflected in the work should be evidence of the assignment’s relationship to relevant selected foundational competences and student learning objectives.