ASSIGNMENT ID
1051274
SUBJECT AREA Nursing
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 31st July 2019
COMPLETED ON 5th August 2019
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Female Veterans

Requirements This paper should clearly and comprehensively identify the disease or population health problem chosen. The problem must be an issue in your geographic area and a concern for the population you will serve upon graduation with your degree. The paper should be organized into the following sections: 1. Introduction with a clear presentation of the marginalized group as well as significance and a scholarly overview of the paper. 2. Background of the marginalized group/problem including description, current incidence and/or prevalence statistics current state, local, and national statistics pertaining to the problem. 3. Discuss the economic aspects of the marginalized group 4. Discuss social justice and its relationship to health disparities and health care of marginalized group. 5. Discuss ethical issues on marginalized group 6. Provide a brief plan of how you will address this marginalized group in your practice once you are finished with school. Provide three actions you will take along with how you will measure outcomes of your actions. 7. Conclude in a clear manner with a brief overview of key points of the entire problem Topic: Female Veterans Paper Length: 5 pages, excluding title/cover and reference pages APA format 6th edition The Rubric 20pts. Comprehensively identifies the chosen marginalized group. 20pts. Comprehensive review of background and significance of chosen marginalized group. Current evidence supports background. 20pts. Clearly presents and fully explains the socio-economic issues of marginalized group with current supporting evidence. 20.0 pts Exceptional- Comprehensive review social injustice is discussed along with its relationship to health disparities and health care. Supported by current scholarly evidence. 25.0 pts Exceptional- Comprehensive review of ethical issues current supporting evidence. 30.0 pts Exceptional- A comprehensive plan of action specific to the chosen marginalized group; three evidence-based actions to address the impact AND outcomes of the marginalized group. Supported by current scholarly evidence. 10.0 pts Exceptional- The conclusion thoroughly, clearly, succinctly, and logically presents major points of the paper with clear direction for action. 5.0 pts Exceptional- APA format, grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation are accurate, or with zero errors.
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