HLS499 Trident Disaster in Franklin County: A Public Health Simulation

UMNCPHP – Disaster in Franklin County: A Public Health Simulation, Centers for Public Health Education and Outreach; School of Public Health, University of Minnesota. Retrieved from https://cpheo1.sph.umn.edu/continuinged/fcs/main.asp?detectflash=false

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Do the simulation. In this simulation, the learner will assume the perspective of various public health professionals responding to a natural disaster. They will make decisions on behalf of a county public health director, a public health nurse, an environmental health specialist, and other public health professionals. By approaching the emerging public health issues from these perspectives, the players gain a deeper understanding of the issues at hand, the decisions that colleagues in other disciplines face, and how those decisions impact his or her area of expertise.

Source: Centers for Public Health Education and Outreach; School of Public Health, University of Minnesota

Upload your Certificate of Completion.

Address the following:

  1. Complete and upload your simulation certificate of completion to the Module 1 Case dropbox.
  2. Identify what mission area(s) of DHS this simulation applies to. Refer to the DHS Mission websites listed on the Home page.
  3. Describe the DHS mission area “Ensure resilience to disasters.
  4. Explain how this simulation fits the mission area: “Ensure resilience to disasters.
  5. Assignment should be 3-5 full pages double-spaced, not counting the cover or reference page. Paper format: (a) Cover page, (b) Header, (c) Body. Submit your assignment by the last day of this module.
    • Relevance—All content is connected to the question.
    • Precision—Specific question is addressed. Statements, facts, and statistics are specific and accurate.
    • Depth of discussion—Present and integrate points that lead to deeper issues.
    • Breadth—Multiple perspectives and references, multiple issues/factors considered.
    • Evidence—Points are well-supported with facts, statistics, and references.
    • Logic—Presented discussion makes sense; conclusions are logically supported by premises, statements, or factual information.
    • Clarity—Writing is concise, easy to understand, and contains sufficient detail or examples.
    • Objectivity—Avoids use of first person and subjective bias.
    • References—Sources are listed at the end of the paper.
    • Use strong credible sources—peer-reviewed references, government documents, and subject matter expert materials—to support your answer. Your paper will not exceed 5 pages (excluding cover sheet and reference page(s).

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