PUBH 1010 Section 002 – Introduction to Public Health (Fall 2021 1)

Each group will complete a project which looks at how public health has approached a specific health issue. To do this, each group will illustrate how public health has applied the three core functions of public health (assessment, policy development, and assurance) to improve the health issue. Specifically, each group will identify the Ten Essential Public Health Services implemented.

Assignment 2: Assessing the Problem
Using at least three credible sources (examples: government agencies, public health organizations, academic journals), define the health issue.
How is the identified health issue monitored to identify and solve community health problems?
Diagnose and investigate health problems and health hazards in the community.
Assignments and final projects will be accepted as a Word document or as a Power Point presentation.
Submit Assignment 2 on Canvas by October 4th at 11:59pm. 10 points will be taken off the project every 24 hours it is late. After 48 hours, no projects will be accepted. Contact me if you have any questions.

Writing Guidelines:
Written using APA formatting and style, including citations
See Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) (Links to an external site.) for general APA guidelines
Double Spaced
You may submit the assignments and final project as a Word document OR a PowerPoint presentation. Contact me if you have any questions.
One page with citations included on a separate page or a Power Point slide for each question with citations included on a separate slide
Submit on Canvas

Group Project Deadlines
Assignments will be accepted for 48 hours after the deadline, with 10 points taken off each day the assignment is late. No group assignment or final presentation will be accepted 48 hours after the deadline.
Academic Integrity Policy
Academic Integrity Standards and Consequences. According to UNT Policy 06.003, Student Academic Integrity, academic dishonesty occurs when students engage in behaviors including, but not limited to cheating, fabrication, facilitating academic dishonesty, forgery, plagiarism, and sabotage. A finding of academic dishonesty will result in a range of academic penalties or sanctions ranging from admonition to expulsion from the University.