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Project Deliverables Project Presentation: All members of the group must take part in the presentation (one person cannot speak the entire time) The presentation should last about 20-25 minutes with some time for questions. 10 points Visual Aid: The visual aid should depict the health issue as well as the intervention that the group is addressing. Be as creative as you would like. 5 points Final Group Paper: The final paper should include an introduction of your public health topic, and its prevalence in society. It should also include information about the intervention that you chose as well as information on the success or failures surrounding that intervention and suggestions for improvements. The paper should be 10-15 pages double spaced, Times New Roman Font, 12 pt. The reference page is not included in the page count and must include at least 5 peer reviewed journal articles. (These articles can be ones discussed in class). 10 points Evaluation: Each group member will be evaluated by their classmates as well as their group members. 5 points Project Due Dates Tuesday October 2: Brief introduction of your final group topic and intervention November 12-December 4: Public Health Intervention Project Presentations Your Final Paper is Due on the Day That Your Group Presents
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Public Health Intervention Project Urbanization and Vulnerable Populations KINE 3350 Fall 2018 Dr. Green
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  • Fall '08
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  • Times Roman, Health disparities, Population health, Final Group Paper

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