injury prevention

injury prevention

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instruction and rubric in uploaded file


The assignment is a 2000-word essay on a cause-specific injury topic selected by the student.
The essay should include :-
1.consideration of surveillance,
2.high risk groups,
3.risk factor identification and
4.intervention strategies or advocacy.
Students must adhere to the following guidelines:
Assignments are to adhere to the following criteria:
Cover page
The first page of the assignment must state the Unit ID, Unit name, Student ID number and Assignment Title only, eg:
PUBH5415: Injury prevention Student ID: insert your Student ID Title: insert the assignment title
• Header
All pages are to have the Unit ID and your Student ID listed as a header on the top left-hand side of each page. The format for the Unit ID and Student ID must be uniform ie: UNIT NUMBER_STUDENT NUMBER
• Page number
The page number is to be on the bottom right-hand side of each page
• Font
Times New Roman (12-point)
• Spacing Single spacing
• Referencing
students are required to use a standard referencing style and the preferred style is Vancouver.
• Page limit
Students are required to adhere to the word limit outlined above.

The matrix below will be used as a guide when marking the major assignment submissions.

Students are required to adhere to the word limit outlined above.
Content (evidence and argument)

70 %
Does not address the question or topic. Crucial omissions in information. Serious errors in deduction. Argument is weak or non-existent. No original observations.
Some parts of the question/topic are addressed.

Some major omissions in information and misinterpretation of data. Some errors in deduction. Argument often lacks coherence. Addresses the question/topic.

Some minor omissions in information. Data is mostly interpreted correctly. Argument is cohesive and backed up with evidence. Some original observations. Addresses key aspects of the question/topic. Few omissions in information. Data is interpreted well. Argument is strong and backed up with considerable relevant and referenced evidence. Well synthesized and coherent argument.
Thoroughly addresses all aspects of the question/ topic. All relevant information is included in the assignment. Data

wellanalyzed and interpreted correctly. Strong, cohesive

argument backed up with evidence. Original and novel observations. References correctly cited throughout.

Structure and Organization

Assignment is unstructured. Information is poorly organized and does not flow logically. Assignment has some structure. Some information is poorly organized and at times does not flow logically. Assignment structure is generally good. Most information is well organized and generally logical. Assignment has a good structure. Information is well organized and logical. Assignment is appropriately structured. Flow of the assignment is logical. Similar to published work.
Style and Format 10°/o
Large number of grammatical, spelling and/or punctuation errors. Important errors in English construction rendering parts of the text incomprehensible. A number of grammatical, spelling and/or punctuation errors. Problems with English construction.
Some grammatical, spelling and/or punctuation errors. English is sound. Assignment is well written. Some minor grammatical, spelling and/or punctuation errors. Good use of English language. Assignment is cohesively written. Clear format. Very few grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. Excellent use of English language. Format is of publication standard.
Plagiarism Present Absent Absent Absent Absent