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Homework answers / question archive / IHP 200 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric   Overview The final project for this course is the creation of a health issue paper (3 to 4 pages) with a presentation (5 to 10 slides)

IHP 200 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric   Overview The final project for this course is the creation of a health issue paper (3 to 4 pages) with a presentation (5 to 10 slides)

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IHP 200 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric

 

Overview

The final project for this course is the creation of a health issue paper (3 to 4 pages) with a presentation (5 to 10 slides). 

 

In this course, you will explore the different aspects of health issues as they relate to age, gender, sex, and race, among other factors. Health issues are different for every age group and there are health conditions that may only be present at certain times in life. In the field, health professionals must be aware of these differences in order to provide informed and actionable options to individuals dealing with debilitating health issues. Health professionals must also be able to communicate their opinions and recommendations about these health issues to appropriate audiences in order to educate and garner support for their recommendations.

 

For the final project in this course, you will analyze a health issue from the perspective of an individual patient dealing with the health issue and the age-specific population that individual belongs to. Your analysis will include potential prevention options that might help the individual and the population prevent or mitigate the health issue. Finally, you will take this information and develop a short presentation directed to an audience that might be able to help prevent or mitigate the health issue.

 

The project is divided into two milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Three and Five. You will be submitting your paper in Module Seven and your presentation in Module Eight.

 

Paper:

  • All critical elements listed under Section I: Health Issue Analysis
  • All critical elements listed under Section II: Prevention

 

Presentation

  • All critical elements listed under Section III: Presentation

 

In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes: 

 

  • Analyze individuals and populations with health issues at different points in the lifespan for their symptoms, root causes, and prevention options
  • Interpret basic health risk data and trends of age-specific populations and individuals with health issues at different points in the lifespan for informing potential prevention options  
  • Determine prevention options for individuals and populations with health issues at different points in the lifespan based on best practices used in health education
  • Communicate potential prevention options that address health issues at different points in the lifespan to relevant audiences

 

Prompt

Select one of the provided profiles of individuals with an associated health issue:

 

Scenario One: Depression in an Adult: Charles is a 45-year-old accountant who is recently separated from his wife and is going through a bitter custody battle for his two children. Charles was also denied a promotion at work, which he believed he deserved due to his seniority with the company. He has been going to happy hour multiple times a week after work and indulges in several alcoholic beverages each time. 

 

Scenario Two: Diabetes in the Elderly: Joe is a 75-year-old man who has struggled with diabetes all of his life. He enjoys the beer and candy bars that he consumes each day. He lives alone and has to take insulin on occasion when his sugar levels get out of order. His doctor has warned him about his unhealthy diet for years, but Joe is very hard-headed.

 

Scenario Three: Obesity in an Adolescent: Michelle is 15 years old and has always been the “big” girl in class. She is much taller than her fellow classmates and is also bigger in size. According to her doctor, she is in the morbidly obese category based on the body mass index (BMI) chart. Michelle gets her exercise from gym class, which she has every Wednesday afternoon. She does not eat breakfast but does eat the school lunches. When she gets home, she tends to fix a bowl of cereal to hold her over until dinner.

 

This individual belongs to an age-specific population that is affected by this health issue. You will write a health analysis paper in which you analyze both the individual and the age-specific population affected by the health issue for symptoms, causes, and data to inform potential prevention options. For example, if your profile describes a middle-aged individual dealing with high blood pressure, your analysis paper will consider both that specific individual and the entire population of middle-aged adults dealing with high blood pressure. 

 

You will then develop a presentation directed at a particular audience that could enact some of these prevention options in the hopes of helping both the individual from the profile and the age-specific population in dealing with this health issue. For example, if your individual and population are middle-aged adults dealing with high blood pressure, you would cater your presentation to an audience that could help address the issue and potentially enact some of the prevention options you have recommended.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

 

  1. Presentation: In this section, you will develop a presentation directed at an audience who would be able to address the health issue you have analyzed and potentially enact or implement some of the prevention options you have recommended. You will have to communicate the importance of the issue as well as how your prevention recommendations would be helpful. Throughout your presentation, you should be communicating with your audience appropriately, considering their existing knowledge of the health issue and their interests. Along with your presentation you should prepare accompanying speaker notes. 
    1. Describe the health issue, statistics, and population affected by the issue to your audience.
    2. Communicate the importance of the issue to your audience. You could consider using the individual you have analyzed to support your response. Why is the issue important? How does it impact the population?
    3. Explain how the prevention options you have identified would be helpful and appropriate for the population.
    4. Explain to your audience what they could do to help address the issue. For example, how could they enact some of your prevention options? 

 

Milestones

Milestone One: Health Issue Analysis

In Module Three, you will submit a draft of your health issue analysis. Your draft should include all of the critical elements identified in Section I above. You will submit your draft in your journal. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone One Rubric.  

 

Milestone Two: Prevention

In Module Five, you will submit a draft of the prevention section of your health issue paper. Your draft should include all of the critical elements identified in Section II above. You will submit your draft in your journal. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Two Rubric.  

 

Final Submission: Health Issue Analysis Paper

In Module Seven, you will submit your health issue analysis paper. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of Sections I and II of the final project. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Paper Rubric.

 

Final Submission: Health Issue Analysis Presentation

In Module Eight, you will submit health issue analysis presentation. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of Section III

of the final project. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Presentation Rubric.

 

Deliverables

 

Milestone

Deliverable

Module Due

Grading  

One

Health Issue Analysis

Three

Graded separately; Milestone One Rubric

Two

Prevention

Five

Graded separately; Milestone Two Rubric

 

Final Submission: Paper

Seven

Graded separately; Final Paper Rubric

 

Final Submission: Presentation

Eight

Graded separately; Final Presentation Rubric

 

                 

Final Paper Rubric

Guidelines for Submission: Your health issue analysis paper must be 3 to 4 pages, in 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced. Your paper should utilize proper APA formatting when appropriate.

 

Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more information, review these instructions.

 

Critical Elements

Exemplary (100%)

Proficient (85%)

Needs Improvement (55%)

Not Evident (0%)

Value

Health Issue

Analysis: Health

Information

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into the important health information provided in the individual profile

Provides an overview of the health information presented in

the individual profile, identifying the age-specific population

Provides an overview of the health information presented in

the individual profile, identifying the age-specific population, but overview omits key information or is illogical

Does not provide an overview of the health information presented in the individual profile, and does not identify the age-specific population

7.68

Health Issue Analysis:

Prevalence

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how basic health risk data informs analysis of the individual and the population

Describes the prevalence of the issue based on the available data, explaining how that informs the analysis of the individual and the population

Describes the prevalence of the issue based on the available data, explaining how that informs the analysis of the individual and the population, but description is cursory or inaccurate or explanation is cursory or illogical

Does not describe the prevalence of the issue based on the available data, and does not explain how that informs the analysis of the individual and the population

10.25

Health Issue

Analysis: Changed

Over Time

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how basic health risk trends inform analysis of the individual and the population

Describes whether the prevalence of the issue has changed over time based on the available data, explaining how that informs the analysis of the individual and the population

Describes whether the prevalence of the issue has changed over time based on the available data, explaining how that informs the analysis of the individual and the population, but description is cursory or inaccurate or explanation is cursory or illogical

Does not describe whether the prevalence of the issue has changed over time based on the available data, and does not explain how that informs analysis of the individual and the population

10.25

 

Health Issue

Analysis: Symptoms

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and discussion demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how the symptoms of the individual and the typical symptoms of the age-specific population differ from each other

Identifies the typical symptoms of the health issue in the agespecific population, discussing how the symptoms differ between those of the individual and those of the population

Identifies the typical symptoms of the health issue in the agespecific population, discussing how the symptoms differ between those of the individual and those of the population, but identification is inaccurate or discussion is cursory or illogical

Does not identify the typical symptoms of the health issue in the age-specific population, and does not discuss how the symptoms differ between those of the individual and those of

the population

7.68

Health Issue

Analysis: Causes

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and discussion demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how the potential causes of the health issue for the individual and the age-specific population are similar and different  

Determines potential causes of the health issue for the individual you have chosen, explaining how these potential causes are similar or different from those of the age-specific

population

Determines potential causes of the health issue for the individual you have chosen, explaining how these potential causes are similar or different from those of the age-specific population, but determinations are inappropriate  or explanation is cursory or

illogical

Does not determine potential causes of the health issue for the individual you have chosen, and does not explain how these potential causes are similar or different from those of the agespecific population

7.68

Health Issue Analysis:

Implications

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how basic health risk data informs appropriate prevention options for the individual and the population

Explains the implications of the basic health risk data  for the individual and the population in regards to which prevention options would be appropriate, justifying response with examples and appropriate resources

Explains the implications of the basic health risk data for the individual and the population in regards to which prevention options would be appropriate, justifying response with examples and appropriate resources, but explanation is cursory or illogical or justification is cursory or not supported

Does not explain the implications of the basic health risk data for the individual, and the population in regards to which prevention options would be appropriate and does not justify the response

10.25

Health Issue Analysis:

Prevention Options

  

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how symptoms and causes of health issues inform prevention options

Identifies the typical prevention options for the health issue,

justifying identifications with

examples

Identifies the typical prevention options for the health issue, justifying identifications with examples, but identification is inaccurate or justification is cursory or not supported

Does not identify the typical prevention options for the health issue, and does not

justify identifications with

examples

7.68

Prevention: Best

Practices

  

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of best practices for prevention options based on the age-specific population

Identifies the best practices of the field regarding prevention options for this health issue that would be used for the agespecific population, supporting response with examples

Identifies the best practices of the field regarding prevention options for this health issue that would be used for the agespecific population, supporting response with examples, but identification is cursory or inappropriate for the population or the individual with the health issue or supporting examples are inappropriate

Does not identify the best practices of the field regarding prevention options for this health issue that would be used for the age-specific population, and does not support response with examples

10.25

Prevention:

Prevention Options

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into potential prevention options that would be appropriate for the individual and the population based on prior analysis and best practices in

the field

Recommends potential prevention options for the population and the individual, explaining why the methods were chosen and supporting response with appropriate resources and best practices in the field

Recommends potential prevention options for the population and the individual, explaining why the methods were chosen and supporting response with appropriate resources and best practices, but recommendations are inappropriate or explanation is cursory, illogical, or not supported by resources and best practices in the field

Does not recommend potential prevention options for the population and the individual and does not explain why the methods were chosen

10.25

Prevention: Age

  

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into how the age of the individual or population influences the prevention options that would be appropriate in preventing or mitigating the health issue

Explains how the age of an individual or a population influences appropriate prevention options  

Explains how the age of an individual or a population influences appropriate prevention options, but explanation is cursory or

illogical

Does not explain how the age of an individual or a population influences appropriate prevention options

10.25

Articulation of Response

Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read format

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

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

7.78

Total

100%

 

Final Presentation Rubric

Guidelines for Submission: Your presentation must be 5 to 10 slides in standard presentation software (e.g., PowerPoint, Prezi, Google Slides, etc.) with accompanying speaker notes. Your presentation should utilize proper APA formatting when appropriate.

 

Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more information, review these instructions.

 

Critical Elements

Exemplary (100%)

Proficient (85%)

Needs Improvement (55%)

Not Evident (0%)

Value

Presentation:

Health Issue

  

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how to properly communicate with the chosen audience given their knowledge of the health issue and their interests

Describes the health issue, relevant statistics, and population to the audience, communicating the information appropriately for the selected audience

Describes the health issue, relevant statistics, and population to the audience, communicating the information appropriately for the selected audience, but description is cursory, illogical, or not communicated appropriately to the selected audience

Does not describe the health issue, relevant statistics, and population to the audience, communicating the information appropriately for the selected audience

22

Presentation:

Importance

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how to properly communicate with the chosen audience given their knowledge of the health issue and their interests

Communicates the importance of the issue appropriately to the audience you have chosen

Communicates the importance of the issue to the audience you have chosen, but communication is cursory, illogical, or not appropriate for the selected audience

Does not communicate the importance of the issue to the audience you have chosen

22

Presentation:

Prevention Options

 

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates a sophisticated awareness of how to properly communicate with the chosen audience given their knowledge of the health issue and their interests

Explains how the prevention options that have been identified would be helpful and appropriate for the population if implemented, communicating the information appropriately for the selected audience

Explains how the prevention options that have been identified would be helpful and appropriate for the population if implemented, communicating the information appropriately for the selected audience, but explanation is cursory or

illogical or information is not communicated appropriately for the selected audience

Does not explain how the prevention options that have been identified would be helpful and appropriate for the population if implemented

22

 

Presentation:

Audience

  

Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into the different ways that the audience could help address the

health issue

Explains to audience what they could do to help address the health issue for the population

Explains to audience what they could do to help address the health issue for the population, but explanation is cursory or illogical

Does not explain to audience what they could do to help address the health issue for the population

22

Articulation of Response

Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read

format

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

Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

12

 

 

 

 

Total

100%

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