Introduction An introduction to the assignment that establishes the importance of the chosen communicable or non-communicable disease, or health condition of interest. Relevant information should aim to provide a critical overview of the specific disease or health condition considered, and examine its importance to public health in order to justify the choice made. 15 Marks
Discussion Examination, taking a critical evaluation approach, of the relevant epidemiological evidence focused on the specific disease or health condition chosen (from published epidemiological studies) including identification of strengths and limitations of specific aspects of these studies (suggestions below) which are most relevant, including methods used and interpretation of results in studies, taking into consideration that it may be the case in some instances that a study fails to report some details on methodology that you wish to evaluate (e.g. details for adequate bias control measures). This examination, taking a critical evaluation approach, therefore also needs to be underpinned by epidemiological data and analysis from these studies in order to identify risk factors for acquiring the specific disease or health condition, highlight relevant trends and at-risk populations and demonstrate an understanding of relevant measures of association and principles of causation. In addressing specific aspects of the studies in relation to their strengths and limitations, you may consider the most relevant of the suggested specific aspects below: i)Study objectives and hypothesis (the main purpose of the study, including research question, a supportive hypothesis and objective(s)) ii)Study design (its appropriateness in reference to the research question and objective(s)) iii)Study population (recruitment including inclusion and exclusion criteria) iv)Exposure and outcome & their measurement (for example, for cohort studies, were outcomes defined at the start of the study; for case-control studies, did the exposure precede the outcome, etc.) v)Internal validity (likelihood that the results are affected by selection bias, observation/measurement bias, confounding factors, in case of an intervention whether randomization was done correctly & the assessments of outcomes were blinded, etc.) vi)Data analysis and results (appropriateness of the statistical methods used and interpretation of the results) vii)External validity (generalizability of the study findings) 40 marks
Implications Consider the relevant epidemiological evidence (critically) examined from published epidemiological studies in the preceding sections of the assignment, and build up on it by proposing possible implications or applications for epidemiological research, public health practice or policy, ensuring that you identify strengths and limitations of these implications/applications.20 Marks
Conclusion Effective summary of key points.10 Marks
Presentation and Referencing High quality presentation that conforms to principles of academic writing and contains minimal errors in sentence construction, grammar and punctuation. The assignment followed appropriate academic conventions regarding in-text citations and referencing. 15 marks
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