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Assessment task 1-group presentation Task description Students will be assigned a group of 3 randomly. Each group, will be assigned one of the specific targets of the 'Sustainable Development Goals'...

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Assessment task 1-group presentation
Task description
Students will be assigned a group of 3 randomly.
Each group, will be assigned one of the specific targets of the 'Sustainable Development Goals' to form the basis of their presentation.
Each group will provide a 15 minute oral presentation.
Each individual will provide a written critique of 2 other group presentations (300 words total per individual).
Group oral presentation
Your group will be allocated to give the oral presentation in either week 5, 6 or 7 during the usual workshop. The oral presentation is to last a
total of 15 minutes and all group members are expected to speak.
In their oral presentation the group will:
1. Outline the SDG target and the health issue(s) it is addressing.
(If the target addresses multiple issues, choose one or two that you will cover in the oral presentation and make it clear to the audience at the start
of the presentation that you are not covering all issues being addressed by the target).
2. Compare the severity of the health issue(s) that is being addressed across the world (e.g use data such as trends, burden of disease).
3. Outline the main underlying determinants of the health issue(s) being addressed.
4. Describe and critique any policies, programmes or other interventions which are already in place to tackle this health issue.
5. Provide an update on progress to address the health issue.
6. Outline the main ba
iers to addressing this health issue.
7. Provide recommendations about what could be done to address the health issue more effectively.
8. Provide a reference list.
Presentations can take a variety of forms (power point presentation, prezi, panel discussion etc.).
The presentation (including recommendations) should be based on evidence and should be referenced throughout. There should also be a final
slide which lists all your references in APA 6 format.
Each group member needs to demonstrate team work and contribution, so all group members are expected to present and contribute to the final
presentation.
Critique
Due September 16th at midday.
Each individual must provide a written critique of 2 other group oral presentations. You must critique the content, the presentation style and
make suggestions as to how the presentation could be improved (especially content).
The combined critique should be 300 words (approximately 150 words per presentation that is being critiqued).
Please use 'word' format.
Suggestions to bear in mind when writing the critique:
Does it cover the topic comprehensively and clearly?
Is there good supportive evidence?
Was the presentation engaging with appropriate use of audiovisual material?
https:
guides.lib.monash.edu/citing-referencing/apa
How could it be improved (e.g. you may wish to comment on content, use of evidence, presentation)?
Topics
Target
2.2 By 2030, end all forms of malnutrition, including achieving, by 2025, the
internationally agreed targets on stunting and wasting in children under 5 years of age,
and address the nutritional needs of adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women and
older persons.
3.5 Strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, including narcotic drug
abuse and harmful use of alcohol
3.6 By 2020, halve the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents
3.7 By 2030, ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services,
including for family planning, information and education, and the integration of
eproductive health into national strategies and programmes
3.9 By 2030, substantially reduce the number of deaths and illnesses from hazardous
chemicals and air, water and soil pollution and contamination
6.2 By 2030, achieve access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and
end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those
in vulnerable situations
8.7 Take immediate and effective measures to eradicate forced labour, end modern
slavery and human trafficking and secure the prohibition and elimination of the worst
forms of child labour, including recruitment and use of child soldiers, and by 2025 end
child labour in all its forms
13.1 Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards and natural
disasters in all countries
Criteria High distinction Distinction Credit Pass Fail
Group marks
Outline of target
and health
issue(s) it
addresses.
5
Very clear outline. Clear outline. Reasonable outline. Limited outline. Poor or no outline.
Comparison of
the severity of
the issue in
various parts of
the world
10
A thorough comparison Good attempt at comparing Some attempt at comparing Limited attempt at comparing Presents a superficial or
incomplete comparison
Main underlying
determinants of
the issue outlined
15
Very clear outline of major
determinants
Clear outline of most determinants Outlines some important
determinants
Limited number of determinants
and/or inappropriate determinants
outlined.
No/very few determinants outlined
or are not relevant
Description and
critique of
policies,
programmes,
interventions
15
A wide range of appropriate
policies/programmes/interventions
clearly discussed and strongly
critiqued.
A good range of
policies/programmes/interventions
discussed with good critique.
Some
policies/programmes/interventions
presented. Critique could be
stronger. May be mostly
descriptive rather than analytical.
An attempt is made to describe a
few
policies/programmes/interventions
which may or may not be
appropriate. Description lacks
clarity and/or analysis is weak or
lacking.
Fails to outline appropriate
policies/programmes/interventions
and fails to critique them.
Progress and
a
iers /10
Very clear outline of progress and
major ba
iers
Clear outline of progress and most
major ba
iers
Outlines some aspects of progress
and some major ba
iers
Limited outline of progress and
a
iers
No/very little outline of progress
of progress and/or ba
iers
Recommendations
10
Outstanding recommendations
with strong evidence to support
them.
Excellent recommendations with
good evidence to support them.
A few recommendations with
some evidence to support them
ut recommendations or evidence
could be stronge
clearer.
One or 2 recommendations which
may or may not be appropriate
and may or may not have
supportive evidence.
Fails to discuss recommendations
No or very weak supportive
evidence.
Teamwork and
eferences
5
Collaborative team work is
demonstrated with equitable
distribution of workload and
contribution. Excellent range of
eferences in co
ect APA6 format.
Collaborative team work is
demonstrated with good
distribution of workload and
contribution. Good range of
eferences with minimal e
ors
in APA6 format
Collaborative team work is
demonstrated with some
distribution of workload and
contribution. Reasonable range of
eferences and/or a few e
ors
in APA6 format.
Very uneven distribution of team
work is obvious. A few references
and/or significant e
ors APA6
format.
Collaborative team work is not
demonstrated. No or inadequate
eferences and/or fails to use
APA6 format.
Individual marks
Presentation skills
demonstrated
Excellent presentation skills
including:
Good presentation skills Reasonable presentation skills but
could be improved in one or more
areas
Adequate presentation skills but
need to improve in several areas
Poor presentation skills

10 • well structured with clear
logical flow
• engaging with good use of
power point and/or other
media
• voice audible and well-
paced
• good eye contact
• speak spontaneously or
from dot points rather
than reading out speech
word for word
Critique of 2
other group
presentations
20
Strong analysis of strengths and
weaknesses of 2 other group
presentations in relation to
content and presentation style.
Makes very sensible
ecommendations to improve the
presentation.
Good analysis of strengths and
weaknesses of 2 other group
presentations in relation to
content and presentation style.
Makes sensible recommendations
to improve the presentation
Some analysis of strengths and
weaknesses of 2 other group
presentations in relation to
content and presentation style but
may be mainly descriptive. Makes
at least 1 recommendation to
improve each presentation which
is mostly appropriate.
Describes content of at least2
other group presentations
ut analysis of strengths and
weaknesses is quite weak and
may only comment on content OR
presentation style. May or may
not make a recommendation for
improvement for each group and
it may or may not be appropriate.
Fails to provide an analysis of
other group presentations or only
discusses one group. Analysis is
weak.
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Solution

Sunabh answered on Aug 20 2021
127 Votes
Running Head: HEALTHCARE        1
HEALTHCARE        2
HEALTHCARE
Table of Contents
6. Main Ba
iers in Addressing the Presented Health Issue    3
6. (Contd.)    3
6. (Contd.)    4
7. Recommendations to Address the Health Issue More Effectively    4
7. (Contd.)    5
References    6
6. Main Ba
iers in Addressing the Presented Health Issue
· Global prevalence of malnutrition is alarming and affects the life of children.
· More than 1 in 5 children were reported to be stunted in 2019.
· Child mortality (under age of 5 years) has been attributed to under nutrition.
It would be essential to consider that under nutrition have been reported to place children at a much higher risk of death. Lack of proper nutrition hampers and weakens immunity of children; thus, exposing them to common infections followed by como
idity. Lack of proper nutrition during first 1000 days of child can lead to stunted growth and out of 144 million children; one in every five was reported to be malnutrition in 2019. Likewise, as supported by World Health Organization, that approximately 32 million pregnant women suffers from anaemia globally, 19 million suffer from vitamin A deficiency while millions other suffer from lack of zinc, folate or iodine (World Health Organization, 2015).
6. (Contd.)
· Cu
ently there are no existing policies in Australia to address the prevailing issue of malnutrition.
· 28000 deaths (almost 18%) were reported in 2015 due to poor diet in Australia.
· Non-adherence to Australian Dietary Guidelines is a major ba
ier in eradiation of malnutrition.
· Overconsumption and food wastage affects the supply of food for malnutrition population.
· Australia requires a new nutritional policy centred on malnutrition.
There are no existent policies in Australia, which could be presented as a target solution for malnutrition and this requires to be considered as a major ba
ier. National Nutrition policy is the only policy, which targets malnutrition as a health issue indirectly....
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