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Write a 2 page summary on your ideas on how the Partnership for Health Chicago c

Write a 2 page summary on your ideas on how the Partnership for Health Chicago can expand its efforts and success. Here is the link to learn more about the initiative:
https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/depts/cdph/supp_info/healthy-communities/chicago_plan_forpublichealthsystemimprovement2012-2016.html (Links to an external site.)
In your write-up, please include two specific tactics and the expected outcomes with your recommended tactics.
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5-1 Discussion: Centering Wellness: Using Black Feminist Literature as a Public

5-1 Discussion: Centering Wellness: Using Black Feminist Literature as a Public Health Pedagogical Tool for Personal Healing, Community Health, and Social Justice
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MPH Foundational Competencies (CEPH)
Upon successful completion of this discussion, you should be able to:
Discuss the means by which structural bias, social inequities, and racism undermine health and create challenges to achieving health equity at organizational, community, and societal levels [CEPH.06]
MPH Foundational Public Health Knowledge (FKO)
Upon successful completion of this discussion, you should be able to:
Explain effects of environmental factors on a population’s health [FKO.07]
Key Resources
Textbook: Master of Public Health Competencies: A Case Study Approach, Chapter 6
Webpage: Communication Theory: Intersectionality
This resource outlines the paradigm of intersectionality and how it relates to Black feminism.
Video: What Is Health Equity? (3:24) (CC)
(You first viewed this video in Module Three, but you might want to review it before completing this module’s discussion.)
Website: Health in All Policies (HiAP)
As a future practitioner, you will find these CDC resources useful. Refer to them as needed. Specific sections of the website are not assigned as readings.
Promoting Health Equity: A Resource to Help Communities Address Social Determinants of Health
Read Chapter 1; skip Tables 1.1 and 1.2; study Figure 1.1; skip Figure 1.2.
Prompt
For this discussion, you will analyze a case study in public health from the textbook, Master of Public Health Competencies: A Case Study Approach, edited by Santella. Please review the following case study from this text:
Chapter 6: “Centering Wellness: Using Black Feminist Literature as a Public Health Pedagogical Tool for Personal Healing, Community Health, and Social Justice”
This case study was based on real public health initiatives. Therefore, your engagement in this discussion will help you hone workforce-related skills for public health practice.
For your initial/main post, please address all of the following:
How does Black Feminist theory and praxis apply to combating health inequities?
We tend to center “illness” in public health, rather than focusing on “wellness.” How does the concept of wellness relate to health inequity for Black communities? Provide an example.
In relation to health status, provide an example of structural discrimination (racism, specifically) at the (1) organizational; (2) community; and (3) societal levels. Please explain each factor and its impact on health status.
In all posts, please make certain to include in-text citations throughout and a reference list.
Collaborate with your colleagues on this case study within your reply posts. Please further the discussion by offering suggestions, elaborating on points made, presenting additional evidence/information, asking open-ended questions, etc.
Please review the Discussion Rubric for information on the discussion participation expectations.

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2-2 Journal: Article Selection
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This journal is an opportunity to discuss the merits of the articles you selected from the list provided.
Your journal response needs to relate to the content in the course and to your personal and professional experiences, and specifically answer the following:
What topic or health question did you research, and why is it relevant to public health, nursing, or the health science professions? Give real-world examples to support your answer.
How can biostatistics help inform decision making around your topic? Support your answer with specific examples.
Explain why you picked these specific articles to examine over others in the Articles List. Justify your answer.
Assess each article’s importance to health decision making in your field. Give real-world examples to illustrate your answer.
View the Article Review Sample PDF document for an example of the type of information you should include in your response.
For additional details, please refer to the Journal Guidelines and Rubric PDF document.
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Criteria
Exemplary
Proficient
Needs Improvement
Not Evident
Criterion Score
Prompt
40 points
Meets ”Proficient” criteria and references course materials
36 points
Meets all elements outlined in the prompt
28 points
Meets only some of the elements in the prompt
0 points
Does not meet the elements in the prompt
Score of Prompt, / 40
Course Concepts
30 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and supports response with course materials
27 points
Clearly relates course concepts to the applicable journal prompt
21 points
Relates course concepts to the applicable journal prompt, but response lacks clarity
0 points
Does not relate course concepts to the applicable journal prompt
Score of Course Concepts, / 30
Personal or Professional Situation
25 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and further relates personal or professional circumstances to scholarly research
22.5 points
Logically supports ideas and observations with examples from personal or professional circumstances or experiences
17.5 points
Supports ideas and observations with examples from personal or professional circumstances or experiences, but response lacks logic
0 points
Does not support ideas and observations with examples from personal or professional circumstances or experiences
Score of Personal or Professional Situation, / 25
Articulation of Response
5 points
Journal is free of errors in organization and grammar, and all sources correctly cited using APA
4.5 points
Journal is mostly free of errors of organization and grammar, which are marginal and rarely interrupt the flow, and most sources are correctly cited using APA
3.5 points
Journal contains errors of organization and grammar, but they are limited enough so that submission can be understood and APA usage is consistently incorrect
0 points
Journal contains errors of organization and grammar, making the journal difficult to understand and does not use APA
Score of Articulation of Response, / 5
Rubric Total Score
Total
Score of Journal Rubric, / 100 Criterion score has been overridden
Overall Score
Overall Score
Points earned out of 100
91 points minimum
The overall submission earned 91 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
71 points minimum
The overall submission earned 71 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
1 point minimum
The overall submission earned 1 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
0 points minimum
The overall submission earned 0 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.

this assignment is to apply what you have learned in this course to your current

this assignment is to apply what you have learned in this course to your current job/career. In other words, please analyze the different course topics and course objectives (from the syllabus) and relate these topics and objectives to your career. Critically examine what you can utilize from the course and potentially what will not help your career.
Scoring will be based on these three key aspects, please include these aspects in paper
1. Predict what course topics/objectives that you will utilize in your career.
2. Explain these course topics/objectives to demonstrate your understanding.
3. Decide (and explain) how you will adapt these to meet your career needs.
I will attach the syllabus and schedule which has course objectives and different subject we covered in this course, you can pick some topics. Thank you.

2-3 Final Project Data Analysis Milestone One: Select Health Question Listen Rea

2-3 Final Project Data Analysis Milestone One: Select Health Question
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For Final Project Data Analysis, you will demonstrate that you can conduct and interpret basic statistical calculations. You will use StatCrunch to complete this project.
To start, you will identify and explain which health question you are planning to explore in this Data Analysis Report project.
To complete this assignment, review the Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric PDF document.
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Proficient
Needs Improvement
Not Evident
Criterion Score
Introduction: Health Question
80 points
States overall health question in own words, capturing key elements of question while using language appropriate for a non-technical audience
56 points
States overall health question in own words, but response contains inaccuracies, omits key details, or does not use language appropriate for a non-technical audience
0 points
Does not state overall health question in own words
Score of Introduction: Health Question, / 80
Articulation of Response
20 points
Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization
14 points
Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas
0 points
Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas
Score of Articulation of Response, / 20
Rubric Total Score
Total
Score of Milestone One Rubric, / 100 Criterion score has been overridden
Overall Score
Overall Score
Points earned out of 100
71 points minimum
The overall submission earned 71 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
1 point minimum
The overall submission earned 1 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
0 points minimum
The overall submission earned 0 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.

4-2 Problem Set: Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing Listen ReadSpeaker

4-2 Problem Set: Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing
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This problem set will give you practice in solving problems relating to statistical inference and hypothesis testing learned in this module. Problems will be similar to those you will face on the quiz in Module Six and will include one or two real-world applications to prepare you to think like a biostatistician.
To complete this assignment, review the Module Four Problem Set Word Document document.

4-2 Journal: Obstacles to Improving Health Listen ReadSpeaker webReader: Listen

4-2 Journal: Obstacles to Improving Health
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Reflect on the public health issue you are studying for your final project and the readings in the course so far. What do you perceive to be the biggest obstacles to behavior change? Do you think these obstacles can be removed? Why or why not? If an obstacle cannot be removed, is there some way to work around it?
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Criteria
Exemplary
Proficient
Needs Improvement
Not Evident
Criterion Score
Prompt
20 points
Meets “Proficient” and references course materials
18 points
Response meets all elements outlined in the prompt
14 points
Response meets only some of the elements in the prompt
0 points
Does not meet the elements in the prompt
Score of Prompt, / 20
Course Concepts
35 points
Meets “Proficient” and references course materials
31.5 points
Appropriately applies concepts and theories to the public health issue addressed in the journal
24.5 points
Applies concepts and theories to the public health issue addressed in the journal, but application contains inaccuracies or errors
0 points
Does not apply concepts and theories to the public health issue addressed in the journal
Score of Course Concepts, / 35
Practical Application
35 points
Meets “Proficient” and references course materials
31.5 points
Demonstrates practical application by relating material to real-world scenarios and life experiences
24.5 points
Relates material to real-world scenarios and life experiences, but application contains inaccuracies or errors
0 points
Does not relate material to real-world scenarios and life experiences
Score of Practical Application, / 35
Articulation of Response
10 points
Journal is free of errors in organization and grammar
9 points
Journal is mostly free of errors of organization and grammar; errors are marginal and rarely interrupt the flow
7 points
Journal contains errors of organization and grammar but these are limited enough so that journal can be understood
0 points
Journal contains errors of organization and grammar, making the journal difficult to understand
Score of Articulation of Response, / 10
Rubric Total Score
Total
Score of Journal Rubric, / 100 Criterion score has been overridden
Overall Score
Overall Score
Points earned out of 100
91 points minimum
The overall submission earned 91 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
71 points minimum
The overall submission earned 71 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
1 point minimum
The overall submission earned 1 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
0 points minimum
The overall submission earned 0 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.

4-1 Short Paper: Does It Take a Village? The Role of Community in Prevention Lis

4-1 Short Paper: Does It Take a Village? The Role of Community in Prevention
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Submit your short paper.
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Criterion Score
Community Approaches
20 points
Meets the “Proficient” criteria and uses examples from the literature to illustrate why community approaches do or do not make a difference
18 points
Develops an argument that supports reasoning for why community approaches do or do not make a difference
14 points
Develops an argument that supports reasoning for why community approaches do or do not make a difference, but response is somewhat illogical and confusing in places
0 points
Does not develop an argument that supports reasoning for why community approaches do or do not make a difference
Score of Community Approaches, / 20
Agree/Disagree
20 points
Meets the “Proficient” criteria and uses evidence from the literature to support arguments
18 points
Clearly and concisely discusses the strategies used in the program to support argument
14 points
Discusses the strategies used in the program to support argument, but response lacks clarity
0 points
Does not discuss the strategies used in the program
Score of Agree/Disagree, / 20
Social and Behavioral Theories
25 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and draws from real-world examples to support analysis
22.5 points
Clearly analyzes the programs to determine the social and behavioral theories used to facilitate change
17.5 points
Analyzes the programs to determine the social and behavioral theories used to facilitate change, but answer is vague and lacks clarity
0 points
Does not analyze the programs to determine the social and behavioral theories used to facilitate change
Score of Social and Behavioral Theories, / 25
Adapted
20 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and uses the literature to illustrate how these programs may be adapted by other communities
18 points
Clearly examines the methods by which these programs may be adapted to other communities
14 points
Examines the methods by which these programs may be adapted to other communities, but response is confusing and lacks clarity
0 points
Does not examine the methods by which these programs may be adapted to other communities
Score of Adapted, / 20
Articulation of Response
15 points
Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read format
13.5 points
Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization
10.5 points
Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas
0 points
Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas
Score of Articulation of Response, / 15
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Total
Score of Short Paper Rubric, / 100 Criterion score has been overridden
Overall Score
Overall Score
Points earned out of 100
91 points minimum
The overall submission earned 91 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
71 points minimum
The overall submission earned 71 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
1 point minimum
The overall submission earned 1 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.
Points earned out of 100
0 points minimum
The overall submission earned 0 points or more. Final calculation of grades can be found in the gradebook.

Students will choose one, specific human disease topic for this report. DO NOT u

Students will choose one, specific human disease topic for this report. DO NOT use information directly from your textbook. You must reference a medical library, other text, and/or the Internet to gather your information. You must use at least 3 different sources. All information in the report must be cited appropriately. THIS REPORT MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Plagiarism detection is enabled when submitting this report. Plagiarized reports will receive a zero and possible disciplinary action

Identify a disease of interest to you. How would you design the following types

Identify a disease of interest to you. How would you design the following types of studies to examine that
disease? (Clearly state your disease of interest, and use the same disease for all proposed study designs.)
Write your answers in complete, grammatically correct sentences.
▪ Cross-sectional study (9 points)
▪ Ecologic study (9 points)
▪ Case-control study (9 points)
▪ Prospective cohort study (9 points)
▪ Retrospective cohort study (9 points)
▪ Randomized controlled trial (for a treatment of the disease of interest) (9 points)
2.Module 6 covered Ethics and Public Health. Now that you have completed Modules 7-9 on Study Designs,
reflect on the importance of ethical study design. In one paragraph (minimum of 5 sentences), describe the ways
unethical study design causes the public to lose trust in the research community. Write your answers in
complete, grammatically correct sentences.