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You will need to identify any physical or mental disease considered as a health system problem (e.g. Malaria) or category of diseases (e.g. respiratory infections) that are characterized by health disparities in a developing or emerging economy country (as defined by the U.N.) e.g. (Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia).

You will need to describe this particular disease associated with effects of 1) socio-economic factors (e.g. poverty, culture, age, gender). 2) access to health care services and medicine. 3) environmental determinants.

You have to include in the paper a discussion of the global epidemiology and severity of this disease/ disease category as well as a discussion of the role of the international community (e.g. NGO’s) regarding this disease/ disease category in the selected country region.

You should provide in the paper preventive or control measures which could be used to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with such disease/ disease category in the selected country/ region.

24-30 pages

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College of Health Professions, Department of Public Health Course Global Health Course Description An introduction to global health, including examination of disparities and development. The roles of governments, NGOs and citizens are examined; and students gain experience in issue analysis and developing health strategies. Credits 3 graduate credits Prerequisites Successful completion of PH 611 (Epidemiology) or its equivalent Term/Year Fall 2020 Required Texts and Materials Jacobsen, K.H. Introduction to Global Health, 3rd ed. Jones & Bartlett Pub., ISBN: 978-1-284-12389-0. 1. Article1: Yousaf, M. & Edelu, O. (2011).The epidemic of HIV/AIDS in developing countries. Virology Journal, 8: e401. 2. Article 2: Oguonu, T. et al. (2016). Ch. 4: “Challenges of managing childhood malaria in a developing country.” In Current Topics in Malaria, Ch.4. 3. Article 3: TanKumpuan, T. (2019) Heart failure and social determinations of health in Thailand. Heliyon 5 eo1658. 4. Article 4: Garcia J. et al. (2019). Trends in infant mortality in Venezuela between 1985 and 2016. Lancet, 7, e331. 5. Article 5: Pfeiffer, J. et al. (2008). Strengthening health systems in poor countries. American Journal of Public Health, 98, 12, 2134-2140. 6. Article 6: Toole & Waldman (1997). The public health aspects of complex emergencies and refugee situations. Ann R of Public Health, 18, 283-312. 7. Article 7: Leaning & Guha-Sapir (2013). Natural disasters, armed conflict, and public health. New England Journal of Medicine, 369, 1836-42. Page 1 of 6 8. Article 8: Jackson, S. G. et al. (2017). Evidence for the value of health promotion interventions in natural disaster management. Health Promotion International, 32, 1057-1066. 9. Article 9: “USAID Evaluation Policy”, Oct. 2016. 10. Article 10: DeSilva, M. (2015). Impact evaluations of mental health programs. J Epidemiol Community Health, 69, 5, 405-407. Note: All Articles listed above available on Blackboard. Course Student Learning Outcomes The table below shows the following relationships: How each student learning outcome will be practiced and assessed in the course. Course student learning outcomes How students will practice each outcome in this course How student achievement of each outcome will be assessed in this course Students will analyze the impact of complex emergencies on populations and health systems. Lectures, discussion, videos, presentation. Quizzes, paper submission, and presentation. Midterm and Final examinations. Students will analyze social determinants of health disparities in a global context and propose solutions to address the health disparities in various countries. Lectures, discussion, videos, presentation. Term paper: Students will need to analyze a health system problem in a developing country and its associated with effects of socio-economic factors (poverty, culture, age, and gender), access to health care services and Medicine, and environmental determinants. Page 2 of 6 Quizzes, Midterm and Final Exams: Cumulative in class exams composed of multiple choice, short answer and short essay questions. Questions will be based on key concepts and applications addressed in readings, class lectures, and class discussions. Term Paper - Health System Problem Analysis: You will need to identify any physical or mental disease considered as a health system problem (e.g. Malaria) or category of diseases (e.g. respiratory infections) that are characterized by health disparities in a developing or emerging economy country (as defined by the U.N.) e.g. (Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia). You will need to describe this particular disease associated with effects of 1) socioeconomic factors (e.g. poverty, culture, age, gender). 2) access to health care services and medicine. 3) environmental determinants. You have to include in the paper a discussion of the global epidemiology and severity of this disease/ disease category as well as a discussion of the role of the international community (e.g. NGO’s) regarding this disease/ disease category in the selected country region. You should provide in the paper preventive or control measures which could be used to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with such disease/ disease category in the selected country/ region. Format: • • • • 24-30 pages, double spaced, 12 pt. Times New Roman, 1inch margins, pages numbered, submit via email. References at end of paper are not included in the page count. In-text citations and a list of all references at the end of your paper must be included and formatted according to APA style guidelines. Include your full name, 901 number, and section number on the upper right corner of each page. Guidelines for oral presentation Page 3 of 6 The length of the presentation will be 10-15 minutes with an additional 5 minutes time for questions. You will be evaluated on the following aspects: • • • Content (Refer to paper guidelines). Organization (Appropriate use of media, smooth transition, logical flow, supporting data where applicable). Delivery (Professional and confident, engaging the audience, clear voice with good pace and response to questions). Oral Presentation 2: Students will orally present a 10 minute summary of their proposed term paper 2. Course Requirements/Due Dates • • • • • Quizzes (Weeks 4 & 11) Midterm Exam (Week 8) Oral Presentation (Week 13) Paper Submission (Week 15) Final Exam (Week 16) Grading Policy • • • • • Quizzes (2@5% each) Midterm exam Paper Submission Oral Presentation Final Exam 10% 25% 25% 15% 25% Quizzes and Exams: They can consist of multiple choice, true/false or short answer questions. Grading Scale A (90 – 100); B (80 – 89); C (70 – 79); D (60 – 69); F (
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