I’m working on a Health & Medical exercise and need support.

DISEASE CHOSEN IS NOROVIRUS

Please refer to grading rubric as well. INSTRUCTOR VERY PARTICULAR PLEASE ADDRESS ALL POINTS AND ADD REFERENCESAND IN TEXT CITATIONS

Your Epidemiology research report seeks to identify one of the diseases that are currently on the rise in the United States. Your final report is now due. Be sure to polish it and incorporate any feedback you’ve gotten from faculty.

Requirements:

  1. Prepare a reference page in APA format.
  2. Compile all of your project documents into a single report.
  3. Make sure each section is separated by an appropriate heading.
  4. Your report should include:
    • Title Page – captivating title, your name, title of the course, date
    • Body – 5-6 pages consisting of:

Your paper should:

Emerging – Limited or developing demonstration of criteria. Competence – Adequate or basic demonstration of criteria. Proficiency – Clear or effective demonstration of criteria. Mastery – Advanced or exceeds demonstration of criteria.
Title Page and Reference Page in APA Format Length requirements met

Points: 7 (7.00%)

Student did not provide title page and/or references; or incorrect APA format with several errors. Students submission is lacking and does not meet page requirements.

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Points: 11 (11.00%)

Student provided title page and references in correct APA format with some errors. Students submission is half the length requirement.

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Points: 13 (13.00%)

Student provided title page and references in correct APA format with few errors. Students submission at least 5-6 pages in total length, including title and reference pages

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Points: 15 (15.00%)

Student provided title page and references in correct APA format with little errors. Students submission at least 7-8 pages in total length, including title and reference pages

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Introduction/Background

Points: 10 (10.00%)

Student does not provide introduction and/or background information on their selected disease, or information provided is lacking.

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Points: 14 (14.00%)

Student provides basic introduction and background information on their selected disease.

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Points: 16 (16.00%)

Student provides sufficient introduction and background information on their selected disease.

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Points: 20 (20.00%)

Student provides detailed introduction and background information on their selected disease.

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Research on Prevention Methods

Points: 6 (6.00%)

Student provides insufficient summation of the historical and current approaches to prevention and control of the disease.

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Points: 7 (7.00%)

Student provides basic summation of the historical and current approaches to prevention and control of the disease.

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Points: 8 (8.00%)

Student provides sufficient summation of the historical and current approaches to prevention and control of the disease.

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Points: 10 (10.00%)

Student provides detailed summation of the historical and current approaches to prevention and control of the disease.

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Issues with Current Approaches

Points: 7 (7.00%)

Provides insufficient explanation of issues with the current approaches to disease prevention and control.

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Points: 11 (11.00%)

Provides basic explanation of issues with the current approaches to disease prevention and control.

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Points: 13 (13.00%)

Provides sufficient explanation of issues with the current approaches to disease prevention and control.

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Points: 15 (15.00%)

Provides detailed explanation of issues with the current approaches to disease prevention and control.

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Evaluation of Future Approaches

Points: 7 (7.00%)

Student provides insufficient evaluation on future approaches to controlling and preventing the disease that should be explored further by researchers and healthcare workers.

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Points: 11 (11.00%)

Student provides basic evaluation on future approaches to controlling and preventing the disease that should be explored further by researchers and healthcare workers.

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Points: 13 (13.00%)

Student provides sufficient evaluation on future approaches to controlling and preventing the disease that should be explored further by researchers and healthcare workers.

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Points: 15 (15.00%)

Student provides detailed evaluation on future approaches to controlling and preventing the disease that should be explored further by researchers and healthcare workers.

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Summary Conclusion

Points: 6 (6.00%)

Student provides insufficient conclusion that does not discus recommendations for future prevention and control.

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Points: 7 (7.00%)

Student provides basic conclusion that lacks full discussion on recommendations for future prevention and control.

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Points: 8 (8.00%)

Student provides sufficient conclusion that discusses recommendations for future prevention and control.

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Points: 10 (10.00%)

Student provides detailed conclusion that clearly discusses recommendations for future prevention and control.

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Incorporates Previous Feedback from Instructor

Points: 2 (2.00%)

Student incorporated no feedback provided from instructor on the previously submitted deliverables.

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Points: 3 (3.00%)

Student incorporated some feedback provided from instructor on the previously submitted deliverables.

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Points: 4 (4.00%)

Student incorporated most feedback provided from instructor on the previously submitted deliverables.

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Points: 5 (5.00%)

Student incorporated all feedback provided from instructor on the previously submitted deliverables.

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Spelling and Grammar

Points: 5 (5.00%)

Submission had several spelling and grammar errors that detracted from the readability of the work.

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Points: 7 (7.00%)

Submission had spelling and grammar errors that noticeably detracted from the readability of the work.

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Points: 8 (8.00%)

Submission had a few spelling and grammar errors; the errors detracted from the readability of the work at times.

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Points: 10 (10.00%)

Submission had very few spelling and grammar errors; any errors did not detract from the readability of the work.