HLTH 1038 Population Health

HLTH 1038 Population Health

As for D, with introduction showing originality and creativity. Clear and coherent writing     Purpose, scope of content and point of view are  well-

articulated. Thorough and logical essay overview. Word limit followed    Purpose, scope of content and point of view. Clear overview of essay . Word limit followed

Purpose, scope of content and point of view. Clear overview of essay . Word limit followed    Purpose, scope of content and point of view not clear. Some overview of

essay . Word limit followed    Purpose, scope of content and point of view. No clear overview of essay. Word limit inaccurate    Introduction missing. Lacks evidence of

topic. No essay overview. Word limit inaccurate
PART A
Objects chosen

As for D with exemplary discussion. Clear and coherent writing. Extensive referencing of course and high quality sources    Extensive descriptions of

objects use and time of implementation.  Extensive  referencing of course and high quality sources    Clear descriptions. descriptions of objects use and time of

implementation Referencing to course and wider sources beyond minimum expectations    Adequate descriptions of objects use and time of implementation. Some

perspective understanding. Reference to course sources meet minimum expectations     Limited statement or logic for choice of objects. Some perspective

understanding. One area may be missing. Reference to co urse sources meet minimum expectations    Inadequate/vague statement or logic on choice of object. Limited topic

understanding, or limited reference to course sources.
Reference to readings below expectations
selection and use of objects is  unclear/ confused. Lacks topic understanding, or no reference to readings

PART B
difficulties encountered with use of object

As for D with exemplary discussion. Clear and coherent writing. Extensive referencing of course and high quality sources    Extensive descriptions of

difficulties.  Identified gaps in the literature Extensive  referencing of course and high quality sources    Clear descriptions of difficulties.  Identified some

gaps in the literature Referencing to course and wider sources beyond minimum expectations    Adequate description of difficulties. Some perspective understanding of

gaps in literature. Reference to course sources meet minimum expectations    Limited statement. Some perspective understanding. Reference to course sources meet

minimum expectations    Inadequate/vague statement. Limited reference to course sources.
Reference to readings below expectations
Unclear/ confused. Lacks topic understanding. No reference to readings

PART C
what additional information was needed

As for D with exemplary discussion. Clear and coherent writing. Extensive referencing of course and high quality sources    Extensive statement on what

additional information might be needed Extensive  referencing of course and high quality sources    Clear statement on what additional information might be needed.

Referencing to course and wider sources beyond minimum expectations    Adequate statement on what additional information might be needed Reference to course sources

meet minimum expectations    Limited statement on what additional information might be needed Reference to course sources meet minimum expectations

Inadequate/vague statement on what additional information might be needed
Reference to readings below expectations
unclear/
confused. Lacks topic understanding. No reference to readings

CONCLUSION
(100 words)    As per D    Excellent essay summary    Very good essay summary    Good essay summary    Adequate essay summary    Poor essay summary    Poor or no

essay summary
WRITING AND PRESENTATION
Sentence and paragraph structure,
grammar, vocabulary, spelling,
punctuation,
3rd person, inclusive language, word limit met, well sequenced,
logical flow      Adheres to all guidelines. Exemplary    Adheres to all guidelines. Excellent    Adheres to all guidelines.    Adheres to most guideline.
Report written at a limited level with some problems.

Report poorly written.    Adheres to very few guidelines. Report written very poorly.
REFERENCING AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
Extensive sources correctly referenced. No evidence of plagiarism    Multiple sources correctly referenced. No evidence of plagiarism    Range of

sources all correctly referenced. No evidence of plagiarism      Correct use of in-text  referencing. Reference list correctly written. No evidence of plagiarism
Mostly correct use of in-text referencing. Reference List mostly correct. No evidence of plagiarism
In-text referencing is insufficient.
Reference list is incorrect or incomplete. OR some evidence of plagiarism.
Possibly refer to AIO*    Many statements not referenced. No reference list.
OR evidence of extensive plagiarism
Possibly refer to AIO*

Lecturer:
Grade:

*AIO:  Academic Integrity Officer in the School of Nursing & Midwifery. An assignment that is extensively plagiarised will be allocated a zero F2 grade.

INTRODUCTION

This assessment provides you with the opportunity to:
1. Apply the process of Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) to the clinical scenario [influenza outbreak – Cockatoo Rest]
2. Discuss how your knowledge of influenza epidemiology would help you prepare for an influenza pandemic
3. Demonstrate beginning level information literacy skills in the following areas: presentation of a formal scholarly essay, seeking/evaluating/using reliable sources

of evidence to support the discussion and correct application of the Harvard Referencing System.

ESSAY QUESTION
There is an outbreak of swine flu in Australia. As a health professional, you decide to create an emergency box at home with things that might help protect you and

your family. Choose six objects to put in the box providing suitable evidence of why they would be effective. You might for example, choose one or more medications..

DIRECTIONS

Use your knowledge of epidemiology and the principles of infection control to guide and justify your answer.

THE ESSAY

The paper must be presented as a formal scholarly essay with the following sections:

INTRODUCTION – 200 words

Contains statements regarding the purpose, scope of content and point of view to be developed in the main body of the paper.

BODY OF THE ESSAY

Your statements / discussion on the objects you choose must contain at least two references from reputable literature for each object. Limit your references to

published literature and government web sites. Some suggested areas for discussion include;
What is a pandemic?
Describe each of the six objects chosen.
What other objects did you consider? Why were these rejected?
Justify your choice of each of the six objects, using your knowledge of epidemiology and infection control and evidence collected
What difficulties do you think you will encounter when you use these objects?
What further information would you have liked to be able to choose the objects? Why?
Do you think you and your family would be safe? Explain.
1.
CONCLUSION – 200 words
Draws together the main arguments in the paper but does not present new information. The conclusion may also state future directions or limitations of the work.

REFERENCE LIST
Correct use of Harvard referencing (see the web link below) using primary sources published after 2002, identified for use in the essay.

www.unisa.edu.au/cags/documents/Referencing%20examples.pdf
Assignment Help: Writing the essay and referencing –http://resource.unisa.edu.au/course/view.php?id=1251
The feedback forms for this assessment are located at:
http://learn.unisa.edu.au/file.php?file=/fbf/106008/Marking_guide_ESSAY.docx

In April 2009, a novel influenza virus began to spread around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) refers to the virus as Influenza A(H1N1). Because this is

a new virus, most people have little or no immunity,

To prevent the spread of the virus, the WHO advises that “people who are ill should cover their mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, stay home when they are

unwell, clean their hands regularly and keep some distance from healthy people”. We still have to go out for work or school, What if, for instance, some one near you

and he didn’t cover his mouth and nose? Rather than wishing other people to do the right things, why not protected yourself at first place? Hence, I would pick

personal protective equipment as my first choice for my emergence box. For example like surgical masks, goggles or safety spectacles, gowns and gloves(Lakkis C, Lian

KY, Napper G,& Kiely P, 2009). Surgical masks with an FDA rating of at least N-95 to help prevent spreading the flu. Also masks need to be replaced often and disposed

of after use.

Hygiene Council chair and Professor of Virology at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Professor John Oxford said “Practicing good hand hygiene and

regularly using hand wash and
Sanitizes and surface disinfection, are always important for protection against infection but at times of increased risk,such as during a pandemic, it is even more

critical.’ Therefore, the second object I choose for my emergence box is hand soap. If your hands are not clean and you touch your eyes or your face, even your food,

all of which serve as pathways for the virus to enter your respiratory tract. It seems like its  easiness thing to protect yourself, however, no everyone can wash

their hands precisely. I took foundation of health last semester and I found out most people wash their hands just get the hands wet add one or two drop hand soap then

wash off, so I believe I have to teach my family to scrub on both sides of their hands, between fingers, and wrists. Also need to wash around and under the finger nail

for about 15 to 20 second, then rise off. Soap should therefore be effective against all flu viruses (Ballantyne,C 2009). I would also put hand sanitizer at home, in

case too often wash hands dry the skin, using about a quarter-size spot, rubbed all over the hands until the sanitizer evaporates usually 10 to 15 seconds.

Most importance object is drugs, such as anti-flu medications, including Tamiflu (oseltamivir) and Relenza (zanamivir), are also available to prevent swine flu if you

have been exposed to someone who is sick with it.  Zinc has been shown in clinical reduce the duration of colds.

Ballantyne, C 2009, ’5 way to protect yourself from swine flu’,Scientifican American, 30 April, viewed 09 December

2014,<http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/protect-yourself-swine-flu-pandemic/> .

World Health Organization 2009, Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response (EPR).What is the new influenza A(H1N1), viewed 03 December 2014,
<www.who.int/csr/disease/swineflu/frequently_asked_questions/about_disease/en/index.html>

Lakkis C, Lian KY, Napper G & Kiely P 2009, “Infection control guidelines for optometrists”, Clinical and Experimental Optometry, vol.92(6), pp.490-494.
2007. Clin Exp Optom 2007; pp434–444.

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