PUB 510 Levels of Prevention & Cancer Prevention Strategies Table

PUB 510 Levels of Prevention & Cancer Prevention Strategies Table

PUB 510 Levels of Prevention & Cancer Prevention Strategies Table

 

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PUB-510 Levels of Prevention Matrix Criteria and Defining Characteristics Article 1 Article 2 Citation (with permalink) Abstract After reading the abstract what do you expect to learn from the article? Introduction: Summarize the following in paragraph form. • What is the purpose of the study? • What is the scope of the study? • What is the rationale for the study? • What is the hypothesis or research question? • What key concepts and terms are noted? • Is a review of the literature provided? © 2020. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. Article 3 Methods: Summarize the following in paragraph form. • What is the population being sampled? • What data collection procedure is presented? • What other procedures are described? Results: Summarize the following in paragraph form. • What are the given findings? • How were data collected? • Are the findings supported by graphs and charts? • What does the analysis of data state? Conclusion: Summarize in paragraph form. • What is the summary of the study? • What is the conclusion of the hypothesis? • What are the questions for future research? References • What is the total number of references used in the study? • List two of the references used. 2 Course Code PUB-510 Class Code PUB-510-O500 Criteria Criteria Percentage 100.0% Citations and Permalink 10.0% Abstract 10.0% Introduction 15.0% Methods 15.0% Results 15.0% Conclusion 15.0% References 15.0% Mechanics of Writing (includes spelling, punctuation, grammar, language use) 5.0% Total Weightage 100% Assignment Title Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Prevention Unsatisfactory (0.00%) Citations and permalinks for three articles are not included. Discussion of what you expect to learn from the article after reading the abstract is not included. Discussion of the purpose, scope, rationale, hypothesis, key concepts and terms, and whether a review of literature is provided for each article is not included. Discussion of the population being sampled, data collection procedures, and other procedures used in each article is not included. Discussion of the findings, data collection methods, use of graphs and charts, and what the analysis of data states in each article is not included. Discussion of the study summary, conclusion of the hypothesis, and questions for future research related to each article is not included. Discussion of the number of references and a list of two references used for each article are not included. Surface errors are pervasive enough that they impede communication of meaning. Inappropriate word choice or sentence construction is used. Total Points 140.0 Less Than Satisfactory (74.00%) Citations and permalinks for three articles are incomplete or incorrect. Discussion of what you expect to learn from the article after reading the abstract is incomplete or incorrect. Discussion of the purpose, scope, rationale, hypothesis, key concepts and terms, and whether a review of literature is provided for each article is incomplete or incorrect. PUB 510 Levels of Prevention & Cancer Prevention Strategies Table
Discussion of the population being sampled, data collection procedures, and other procedures used in each article is incomplete or incorrect. Discussion of the findings, data collection methods, use of graphs and charts, and what the analysis of data states in each article is incomplete or incorrect. Discussion of the study summary, conclusion of the hypothesis, and questions for future research related to each article is incomplete or incorrect. Discussion of the number of references and a list of two references used for each article are incomplete or incorrect. Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors distract the reader. Inconsistencies in language choice (register) or word choice are present. Sentence structure is correct but not varied. Satisfactory (79.00%) Citations and permalinks for three articles are partially complete and correct. Discussion of what you expect to learn from the article after reading the abstract is included but lacks explanation. Discussion of the purpose, scope, rationale, hypothesis, key concepts and terms, and whether a review of literature is provided for each article is included but lacks explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the population being sampled, data collection procedures, and other procedures used in each article is included but lacks explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the findings, data collection methods, use of graphs and charts, and what the analysis of data states in each article is included but lacks explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the study summary, conclusion of the hypothesis, and questions for future research related to each article is included but lacks explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the number of references and a list of two references used for each article are partially complete and correct. Some mechanical errors or typos are present, but they are not overly distracting to the reader. Correct and varied sentence structure and audience-appropriate language are employed. Good (87.00%) Citations and permalinks for three articles are mostly complete and correct. Discussion of what you expect to learn from the article after reading the abstract is complete and includes explanation. Discussion of the purpose, scope, rationale, hypothesis, key concepts and terms, and whether a review of literature is provided for each article is complete and includes explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the population being sampled, data collection procedures, and other procedures used in each article is complete and includes explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the findings, data collection methods, use of graphs and charts, and what the analysis of data states in each article is complete and includes explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the study summary, conclusion of the hypothesis, and questions for future research related to each article is complete and includes explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the number of references and a list of two references used for each article are mostly complete and correct. Prose is largely free of mechanical errors, although a few may be present. The writer uses a variety of effective sentence structures and figures of speech. Excellent (100.00%) Citations and permalinks for three articles are complete and correct. Discussion of what you expect to learn from the article after reading the abstract is extremely thorough and includes substantial detailed explanation. PUB 510 Levels of Prevention & Cancer Prevention Strategies Table
Discussion of the purpose, scope, rationale, hypothesis, key concepts and terms, and whether a review of literature is provided for each article is extremely thorough and includes substantial explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the population being sampled, data collection procedures, and other procedures used in each article is extremely thorough and includes substantial explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the findings, data collection methods, use of graphs and charts, and what the analysis of data states in each article is extremely thorough and includes substantial explanation and relevant details. Discussion of the study summary, conclusion of the hypothesis, and questions for future research related to each article is extremely thorough and includes substantial explanation and relevant details. Comments Discussion of the number of references and a list of two references used for each article are complete and correct. Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic English. Points Earned Evidence is important in understanding and making decisions regarding public health. Empirical articles serve as credible sources of support because they provide or describe evidence based on research. Empirical articles describe original research or the results of a study. Begin by researching major causes and trends in morbidity and mortality in the United States. Once you have completed your research, identify one health issue related to morbidity and mortality. Locate three empirical articles from the GCU Library related to primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention, one for each level of prevention, including health promotion and screening related to the health issue you have identified in your research. Utilize the “PUB-510 Levels of Prevention Matrix” in order to evaluate your chosen articles. Your selected articles must have been published within the last 5 years, and the information discussed in your matrix must be paraphrased/summarized. While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the Lopes Write Technical Support articles for assistance.