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The assignments for Units 6–9 will be focused on a Population Health Care Delivery Project.

The four components of this Population Health Care Delivery Project include:

  • community risk assessment
  • intervention development
  • implementation plan
  • evaluation plan

In this unit you will complete the Community Risk Assessment which is the first step in development of a Population Health Care Delivery Project.

This Assignment is used as the evaluation tool for Course Outcome 2: Summarize, based on the evidence, specific population health risks.

Directions:

You will write a 3–5 page MS Word document (excluding the title and reference pages) which contains:

  • demographic and social determinants, including multicultural and diverse communities for your population health;
  • community infrastructure variables;
  • analysis of surveillance data collected for the risk assessment including
    • sources of data (bibliographic databases, U.S. government sources of data and peer-reviewed evidence-based findings);
    • data calculations; and
    • criteria for assessing the quality and utility of the epidemiologic data.
  • outcomes from the risk assessment related to the health of your target population;
  • you must select one screening tool from one peer reviewed journal article and discuss the reliability and validity of the tool; and
  • a minimum of five peer reviewed evidence-based journal articles with findings relevant to your target population and selected epidemiological problem.

Your writing Assignment should:

  • follow the conventions of Standard English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.)
  • be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well as original and insightful
  • display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics; and use APA 6th edition format

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Unit 6 Population Health Care Delivery Project: Community Ri Content Rubric Inclusion of demographic and social determinants, including multicultural and diverse communities for your population health for the target population (descriptive epidemiology) Introductory - Not submitted or largely incomplete. Work may indicate very little if any comprehension of content. Emergent - Work shows some comprehension but errors indicating miscomprehension may be present. 0 - 1.9 2 - 2.9 Demographic and socialdeterminants, including multicultural and diverse communities were not submitted Content was brief and did not include demographic and socialdeterminants, including multicultural and diverse communities Content was brief and did Inclusion of community Community infrastructure not include community infrastructure variables variables were not submitted infrastructure variables Analysis of surveillance data collected for the risk assessment (sources of data, calculations and criteria for assessing the Content was brief and did quality and utility of the Community infrastructure not include community variables were not submitted infrastructure variables epidemiologic data) Outcomes from the risk Outcomes were not submitted assessment Select one screening tool from one peer reviewed journal article and discuss the reliability and Screening tool not submitted validity of the tool Support the Community Risk Assessment with a minimum of five peer reviewed, evidencebased journal articles with findings relevant to the target population and selected epidemiological Did not submit peer reviewed articles problem Resources Content was brief and did not include the outcomes The screening tool was not from a peer reviewed journal article and/or did not discuss the reliability and validity of the tool Articles provided as support were not all from peer reviewed evidence based journal articles and /or were not relevant to the target population and selected epidemiological problem. Does not include scholarly Includes only one scholarly evidence to support the policy source to support the policy issue analysis. issue analysis. (Do Not Change criteria below) Writing Deduction Rubric (everyone starts with 4's = no deductions) Grammar & Punctuation Introductory Emergent 0-1 2 The overall meaning of the paper is difficult to understand. Sentence structure, subject verb agreement errors, missing prepositions, and missing punctuation make finding meaning difficult. Several confusing sentences or 1 to 2 confusing paragraphs make understanding parts of the paper difficult, but the overall paper meaning is clear. Many subject verb agreement errors, run-on sentences, etc. cause confusion. Spelling Many typos, misspelled The many misspelled words words, or the use of and incorrect words choices incorrect words making significantly interfere with the understanding difficult in a readability. few places. The order of information is confusing in several places Paper has some good and this organization information or research, but it interferes with the meaning does not follow assignment or intent of the paper. Order of Ideas & directions and is lacking in However, the paper has a Length Requirement overall organization and generally discernible content. purpose and follows assignment directions overall. APA Feedback: This is an attempt use APA formatting and citing. There There is some attempt at are both in-text citations APA formatting and citing. and reference listings. There are one or more Citation information may be missing parts such as the missing or incorrect (i.e. cover page or references list. Websites listed as in-text or Citation information may be reference citations). There missing. Citation mistakes is an attempt to cite all make authorship unclear. outside sources in at least one place. Authorship is generally clear. 15 15 20 15 20 15 100 ry Project: Community Risk Assessment assignment grading rubric. Practiced - Work Proficient/Mastered - Work indicates overall is complete and indicates progress toward full comprehension of comprehension. Minor content. errors may present. Score Weight Content was relevant to the topic and included l demographic and socialdeterminant, including Content was thorough, relevant to multicultural and diverse the topic and addressed all required communities elements 4 20% Content was relevant and included community infrastructure variables Content was thorough, relevant and included the community infrastructure variables 4 15% Content was relevant and included community infrastructure variables Content was thorough, relevant and included the community infrastructure variables 4 20% 3 - 3.9 4 Content was relevant and included the outcomes Content was thorough, relevant and included the outcomes 4 20% Selected one screening tool from one peer reviewed journal article and attempted to discuss the reliability and validity of the tool, but did not illustrate a level of critical analysis. Selected one screening tool from one peer reviewed journal article and discuss the reliability and validity of the tool. Discussion was thorough and illustrated a level of critical analysis. 4 10% Less than five scholarly peer reviewed articles were utilized to support the content. Supported the data collection and data analysis with a minimum of five scholarly, peer review sources external to those assigned in class. 4 10% Includes 2-4 scholarly sources to support the policy issue analysis. Includes 5 or more scholarly sources to support the policy issue analysis. 4 5% Content Score Practiced Proficient/Mastered 3 4 Score A few confusing sentences make it difficult to understand a small portion of the paper. However, the overall meaning of a paragraph and the paper are intact. There may be a few subject verb agreement errors or some missing punctuation. There are one or two confusing sentences, but the overall sentence and paragraph meanings are clear. There are a few minor punctuation errors such as comma splices or run-on sentences. 4 Weight 35% A few misspelled words normally Some misspelled words or caught by spellcheckers are the misuse of words such as present but do not significantly confusing then/than. interfere with the overall readability However, intent is still clear. of the paper. 4 The overall order of the information is clear and contributes to the The order of information is meaning of assignment. There is confusing in a few places one paragraph or a sentence or two and the lack of organization that are out of place or other minor interferes with the meaning organizational issues. A few or intent of the paper in a sentences may be long and hard to minor way. understand. Meets length requirements. 4 35% 20% There is an overall attempt at APA formatting and citation style. All sources appear to have some form of citation both in the text and on a reference list. There are some formatting and citation errors. Citations generally make authorship clear. There is a strong attempt to cite all sources using APA style. Minor paper formatting errors such as a misplaced running head or margins may occur. Minor in-text citation errors such as a missing page number or a misplaced date may occur. Quotation marks and citations make authorship clear. 4 10% Writing Deduction Final Score Percentage 15 15 20 15 20 15 100 nt grading rubric. 190 Final Score 0.80 0.60 0.80 0.80 0.40 0.40 0.20 190.00 Final Score 1.40 1.40 0.80 0.40 0 190 100% ...
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Running head: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AMONGST YOUTHS

Sexually Transmitted Infections amongst the Youths
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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AMONGST THE YOUTHS

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Sexually Transmitted Infections amongst the Youths
Introduction
In the United States, the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections is on the
increment rate. STI incidence is more profound in young individuals more so of the age of
(15-24 years). With regards to Centre for Disease Control and Prevention report in 2012,
adolescents being only a quarter of the entire U.S population contribute to half of the STI
cases in the United Kingdom (Liu et al., 2015). Therefore, for improved mitigation as well as
control of the disease, this paper reviews strategic approaches for the assessment of the
condition amongst the youths, excluding immunodeficiency virus, in adolescents.
Social Determinants and Diverse Communities for STDs
In the United States, several factors lead to increased prevalence of sexually
transmitted infections. Some of the underlying determinants include; inadequate surveillance
and quality care services, sex ratio, racial discrimination, inequality as well as poverty.
Firstly, poverty accrues to increased STDs cases because the youths go for sex as cheaper
ways of generating income. Sex ratio also contributes to the prevalence. Thirdly is the poor
quality healthcare in which there are fewer strategic mechanisms for prevention and control
of STDs amongst the youths. Segregation stands for the existing disparities amongst
communities resulting in physical proximity. Segregation also portrays apparent STD
disparities, thus forming determinants for overlapping social determinants. Additionally,
environmental factors also play a critical role in the prevalence of STDs amongst the youths
(Newton-Levinson et al., 2016). Such considerations provide for social construction and
internalized communitie...

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