Word Count : 1000 words

Learning outcomes assessed in this assessment
1.Critically discuss the public health approach

General Guidance
Your assignment should be word processed (handwritten assignments are not accepted), using time new roman size 12 font, double spaced, with numbered pages and your student number
printed as a footer on every page.
The word limits stated for this assignment excludes the reference list at the end of the assignment but includes all text in the main body of the assignment (including direct quotations, in-text citations, footnotes, tables, diagrams and graphs).
Please be aware that exceeding the word count limit will affect the academic judgement of the piece of work and may result in the award of a lower mark.
Appendices are not considered a supplement, and thus, will not be assessed as part of the content of the assignment. As such, they will not contribute to the grade awarded, however it may be appropriate to use an Appendices section for any material which is a useful reference for the reader. Please note that appendices are not included in the word count.
The majority of references should come from primary sources (e.g., journal articles, conference papers, reports, etc.) although you can also utilise area specific textbooks. You must ensure that you use the Liverpool John Moores University’s Harvard style of referencing.
Please indicate the word count length at the end of your assignment.
Marking and assessment
This assignment will be marked out of 100%
This assignment contributes 30% of the total module marks.

Assessment Guidelines
Topic: Critically discuss the public health approach to population health
You can use the sources below as indicative/recommended reading for preparation, however, the main research around the topic area should be done independently and show that you are able to synthesize information from various valid academic resources in order to answer the specific essay question.
Recommended reading
Thorpe, A., Griffiths, S. & Adshead, F. (2008) The Three Domains of Public Health: An internationally relevant basis for Public Health education. Public Health, Vol 122(2), p. 201-210.Online: Available at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7111666/ Karkee, R. (2014) Institutionalising of public health. J. Nepal Health Res. Counc. 2014 Dec 12(28):205-7.

Brownson, R.C., Fielding, J.E., & Maylahn, C.M. (2009) Evidence-based public health: A fundamental concept for Public Health practice. Annu. Rev. Public Health online. Available at: https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev.publhealth.031308.100134 Perdiguero, E. et al (2001) History of health, a valuable tool in public health. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health Vol 55 (9) (online). Available at: https://jech.bmj.com/content/55/9/667