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PHE 101: Introduction to Public Health

DIRECTIONS: Anything in [ ] is for you to fill in with information related to your chosen issue/problem. Remove the brackets after filling in the information.

1

Background (Milestone One)

[Issue/Problem statement: Include highlights of the issues, problems, and challenges on your topic here and detail more fully below in the notes]

[Explanation of significance, background information]

NOTES: put scholarly resources on References slide

[This section is for speaker notes. The text on the slide should be minimal. Good presentations use the slides as supplemental to the presentation; rather than having the audience read from the slide the presenter should speak most of what they want to convey. Be sure to elaborate on your bullet points in the slide within the speaker notes section of each slide–see rubric for details.]

2

Background (Milestone One)

[Identify population and the impact on community health, economics, environment, etc.]

[List out goals–what intervention(s) hopes to accomplish]

NOTES: put scholarly resources on References slide

[This section is for speaker notes. The text on the slide should be minimal. Good presentations use the slides as supplemental to the presentation, rather than having the audience read from the slide the presenter should speak most of what they want to convey. Be sure to elaborate on your bullet points in the slide within the speaker notes section of each slide – see rubric for details.]

3

Who, What, Where, Why, and When (Milestone Two)

[Patterns (provide DATA/GRAPHS):]

[Causes:]

[Effects:]

[Speaker notes: Introduce this section here, what are you seeing and why is it relevant? Why is it happening? Who is affected? Where? When?]

You can add additional slides to include graphs or tables to visualize the size and trend of the issue/problem.

4

Who, What, Where, Why, and When (Milestone Two)

[Social Determinants:]

[Known Disparities:]

[Speaker notes: continue with explaining who and examining the impact – – see rubric for details.]

5

Public Health Interventions (Milestone Three)

[Public Health Intervention 1]

[Theoretical basis of intervention]

[Identify as Primary, Secondary, or Tertiary]

[Which social determinants addressed]

[Speaker notes: Elaborate on the above bullet points–see rubric for details.]

6

Public Health Interventions (Milestone Three)

[Public Health Intervention 2]

[Theoretical basis of intervention]

[Primary, Secondary, or Tertiary]

[Which social determinant addressed]

[Speaker notes: Elaborate on the above bullet points–see rubric for details.]

7

Public Health Response (Milestone Four)

[State the public health organizations (national and local) involved and their role]

[State the public health sub-disciplines involved within these organizations]

[State the services/programs these organization provide to respond to public health issue]

[Speaker notes: elaborate on who has responded to the public health issue and how⎼see rubric for details.]

8

Effectiveness (Milestone Four)

[Effectiveness of past and current responses:]

[Obstacles to meeting goals:]

[Theoretical public health framework–how work and advantages:]

[Speaker notes: elaborate on how effective past and current responses have been, what keeps these organizations from meeting their goals and discuss the unique perspective that public health theoretical frameworks provide in addressing the issue–see rubric for details.]

9

Ethical Reflection (Milestone Four)

[Response to: Is public health response equitable?]

[Response to: Conditions in the community improved?]

[Reflect on the connections between the public health response to this issue and broader ethical questions of social justice, poverty, and systematic disadvantage. Specifically, how does the response help to improve conditions for people in their communities?]

10

References

Use APA style

11

Milestone Four Guidelines and Rubric

Overview: This assignment constitutes the fourth step of your final project. The final project is a presentation exploring public health goals and a public health response to a health problem.

Prompt: You will examine and summarize the public health responses to your selected issue/topic by identifying who is involved and what actions they are taking (the “who” and the “how”).

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

Public Health Response: In this section, you will inspect the public health landscape to identify who is involved in responding to your public health issue and what actions they are taking.

A. Describe the public health organizations involved in the response to the public health issue at the national and local levels. Use examples that show which entities are working on the issue and what they are doing. For example, what federal and local agencies and/or not-for-profit entities are involved, and what are their roles in the response?

B. Explain the specific public health subdisciplines involved in understanding and responding to the issue, including what their roles are. Examples of public health subdisciplines include biostatistics, epidemiology, maternal and child health, and disaster-response planning.

C. Explain the public health services involved in the response to the issue. What types of services, programs, or campaigns have been offered by organizations in response to the problem? Be sure to provide examples.

Based on your understanding of the health goals and interventions, identify gaps in the response and draw connections to the broader field of public health.

D. Explain the overall effectiveness of the public health response to your issue, based on any gaps

between its goals and the current information and strategies. In other words, given what you

understand about the distribution of the public health issue and the strategies that have been

undertaken to address it, what are the obstacles to this public health response meeting its

goals?

E. Discuss the unique perspective that public health theoretical frameworks provide in addressing

this issue. In other words, how is the public health approach different from the way other

medical models might address this issue, and what advantages do public health frameworks

have in terms of promoting positive health outcomes with regard to the issue?

F. Reflect on the connections between the public health response to this issue and broader ethical

questions of social justice, poverty, and systematic disadvantage. Specifically, how does the

response help to improve conditions for people in their communities? Keep in mind ethical

theories and principles studied in this course.

Use the Final Project Template to complete Milestone Four of the project. Include the notes for each completed slide. Your instructor will review your work and provide feedback and possibly suggestions.

Guidelines for Submission

· Describes the public health organizations involved in the response to the public health issue at national and local levels, using appropriate examples.

· Explains specific public health subdisciplines involved in the response to the issue, using appropriate examples.

· Explains the public health services involved in the response to the issue, using appropriate examples.

· Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization.

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