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9-1 Final Project Submission: Environmental Health Program Planning Paper
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Submit your final project.
For this submission, you will develop Section IV and combine it with Sections I, II, and III, revised to incorporate feedback gained throughout the course.
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This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table.
Criteria
Exemplary
Proficient
Needs Improvement
Not Evident
Criterion Score
Human Health Risk Assessment: Planning: Person, Place, and Time
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides especially detailed descriptions of person, place, and time
4.32 points
Summarizes the identified environmental health concern, including descriptions of person, place, and time
3.36 points
Summarizes the identified environmental health concern, including descriptions of person, place, and time, but summary and/or descriptions are incomplete or contain inaccuracies
0 points
Does not summarize the identified environmental health concern, including descriptions of person, place, and time
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Planning: Person, Place, and Time, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Planning: Social, Political and Economic Determinants
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides especially insightful explanations of social, political and economic determinants of health
4.32 points
Explains the social, political and economic determinants of health in the description of the issue
3.36 points
Explains the social, political and economic determinants of health in the description of the issue, but the explanations are cursory or contain inaccuracies
0 points
Does not explain the social, political and economic determinants of health in the description of the issue
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Planning: Social, Political and Economic Determinants, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Planning: Genetic, Physiologic, and Psychosocial Factors
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides especially insightful explanations of genetic, physiologic and psychosocial factors
4.32 points
Explains the genetic, physiologic and psychosocial factors in the description of the issue
3.36 points
Explains the genetic, physiologic and psychosocial factors in the description of the issue, but the explanations are cursory or contain inaccuracies
0 points
Does not explain the genetic, physiologic and psychosocial factors in the description of the issue
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Planning: Genetic, Physiologic, and Psychosocial Factors, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Annotated Bibliography: Annotations
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates especially insightful understanding of the determinants or includes more than one peer-reviewed journal article
4.32 points
Composes three annotations that cover the following determinants: (1) biological/physical; (2) social; and (3) political (policy-based), using authoritative or scholarly sources for all annotations with at least one peer-reviewed journal article
3.36 points
Composes three annotations but one or more of the annotations does not cover the listed determinants, does not use authoritative or scholarly sources, or does not include at least one peer-reviewed journal article, or composes fewer than three annotations
0 points
Does not compose three annotations that cover the following determinants: (1) biological/physical; (2) social; and (3) political (policy-based), using authoritative or scholarly sources for all annotations with at least one peer-reviewed journal article
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Annotated Bibliography: Annotations, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Annotated Bibliography: Usefulness
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen understanding of how each resource supports the chosen environmental chemical hazard
4.32 points
Evaluates the usefulness of each resource by explaining how it supports the chosen environmental chemical hazard
3.36 points
Evaluates the usefulness of each resource by explaining how it supports the chosen environmental chemical hazard, but one or more of the evaluations is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not evaluate the usefulness of each resource by explaining how it supports the chosen environmental chemical hazard
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Annotated Bibliography: Usefulness, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Hazard Identification: Toxicokinetics
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides an especially insightful explanation of relevant toxicokinetics
4.32 points
Explains relevant toxicokinetics, including the absorption/uptake, distribution, metabolism, and elimination processes, providing a summary for each process
3.36 points
Explains relevant toxicokinetics, but the explanation fails to consider one or more processes and/or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not explain relevant toxicokinetics, including the absorption/uptake, distribution, metabolism, and elimination processes, providing a summary for each process
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Hazard Identification: Toxicokinetics, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Hazard Identification: Toxicodynamics
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides an especially insightful explanation of effects on the human body, mechanisms that impact human health, and insights into the possible effects (if known)
4.32 points
Explains relevant toxicodynamics. and summarizes effects on the human body, mechanisms that impact human health, and insights into the possible effects (if known)
3.36 points
Explains relevant toxicodynamics. but the explanation fails to consider either effects on the human body, mechanisms that impact human health, and insights into the possible effects (if known), or the explanation is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not explain relevant toxicodynamics. and summarizes effects on the human body, mechanisms that impact human health, and insights into the possible effects (if known)
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Hazard Identification: Toxicodynamics, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Mode of Action
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into the interaction of agent and cell, operational and anatomical changes, and resulting adverse effects on human health
4.32 points
Creates a concept map that illustrates the interaction of agent and cell, operational and anatomical changes, and resulting adverse effects on human health
3.36 points
Creates a concept map but the concept map is incomplete or contains inaccuracies in illustrating the interaction of agent and cell, operational and anatomical changes, and resulting adverse effects on human health
0 points
Does not create a concept map that illustrates the interaction of agent and cell, operational and anatomical changes, and resulting adverse effects on human health
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Mode of Action, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Adverse Effects/ Dose-Responses
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into the adverse effects at different dose levels
4.32 points
Summarizes the adverse effects at different dose levels of the chemical
3.36 points
Summarizes the adverse effects at different dose levels of the chemical, but the summary is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not summarize the adverse effects at different dose levels of the chemical
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Adverse Effects/ Dose-Responses, / 4.8
Human Health Risk Assessment: Exposure Pathway and Exposure Route
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into the exposure pathway and route
4.32 points
Identifies the chemical’s exposure pathway and route
3.36 points
Identifies the chemical’s exposure pathway and route, but the identification is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not identify the chemical’s exposure pathway and route
Score of Human Health Risk Assessment: Exposure Pathway and Exposure Route, / 4.8
Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Strategy Effectiveness: National
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides an especially insightful comparison of the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the national level
4.32 points
Compares the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the national level, focusing on the organization, structure, and function of the environmental health strategies pertaining to selected environmental chemical hazard topic
3.36 points
Compares the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the national level, focusing on the organization, structure, and function of the environmental health strategies pertaining to selected environmental chemical hazard topic, but the comparison is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not compare the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the national level, focusing on the organization, structure and function of the environmental health strategies pertaining to selected environmental chemical hazard topic
Score of Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Strategy Effectiveness: National, / 4.8
Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Strategy Effectiveness: International
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides an especially insightful comparison of the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the international level
4.32 points
Compares the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the international level, focusing on the organization, structure and function of the environmental health strategies pertaining to selected environmental chemical hazard topic
3.36 points
Compares the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the international level, focusing on the organization, structure and function of the environmental health strategies pertaining to selected environmental chemical hazard topic, but the comparison is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not compare the strategies used within public health, healthcare, and regulatory systems at the international level, focusing on the organization, structure and function of the environmental health strategies pertaining to selected environmental chemical hazard topic
Score of Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Strategy Effectiveness: International, / 4.8
Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Assessment Methods: Needs and Capacity Matrix
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides keen insight into possible strategies that would reduce the effect of the hazard on the community’s health, what the community would need to implement this strategy, and the capacities related to implementing the strategy within the community
4.32 points
Lists the possible strategies that would reduce the effect of the hazard on the community’s health, describes what the community would need to implement this strategy, and explains the capacities related to implementing the strategy within the community
3.36 points
Lists the possible strategies that would reduce the effect of the hazard on the community’s health, describes what the community would need to implement this strategy, and explains the capacities related to implementing the strategy within the community, but the response is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not list the possible strategies that would reduce the effect of the hazard on the community’s health, nor describe what the community would need to implement this strategy, nor explain the capacities related to implementing the strategy within the community
Score of Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Assessment Methods: Needs and Capacity Matrix, / 4.8
Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Assessment Methods: Assets Map
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates keen insight into the strengths and resources related to the selected chemical hazard
4.32 points
Creates an assets map that takes into consideration a variety of strengths and resources related to the selected chemical hazard
3.36 points
Creates an assets map, but assets map fails to consider some relevant strengths and resources related to the selected chemical hazard
0 points
Does not create an assets map that takes into consideration a variety of strengths and resources related to the selected chemical hazard
Score of Strategic Planning for Environmental Health: Assessment Methods: Assets Map, / 4.8
Strategic Plan for Environmental Health: Intervention strategies
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and strategy recommendations and summaries demonstrate especially insightful understanding
4.32 points
Recommends two intervention strategies that align with the chosen environmental chemical hazard, and provides a summary of each strategy
3.36 points
Recommends two intervention strategies but one does not align with the chosen environmental chemical hazard, and/or provides a summary of each strategy that is incomplete or contains inaccuracies
0 points
Does not recommend two intervention strategies that align with the chosen environmental chemical hazard, and does not provide a summary of each strategy
Score of Strategic Plan for Environmental Health: Intervention strategies, / 4.8
Strategic Plan for Environmental Health: Analyze each intervention strategy
4.8 points
Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates an especially insightful understanding of the theory and/or how the intervention serves as a proactive solution to the health problem(s) caused by the chemical hazard
4.32 points
Analyzes each strategy by identifying and summarizing the public health theory used for the strategy, expl

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