How can we prepare ourselves with the growing threat of chemical terrorism though public health?

The growing threat of chemical terrorism

Assignment Instructions for: Public Health Special Operations in Emergency Medical Services.

How can we prepare ourselves with the growing threat of chemical terrorism though public health?

An important component of this course is the research paper. The paper can be on a topic of your choice, but it must relate directly to the course material. You must use at least five academic bibliographic sources (paper or online) in addition to the required course readings. The paper should be a minimum of 10 pages in length, not including the title, abstract (if written), or reference pages. The research paper should include an introduction of the topic, a body in which the topic is developed and references correctly cited in APA format, and a well-defined conclusion.

I strongly suggest that, as part of your research, you take advantage of the university’s online library link. There is a wide variety of resources there including many full text papers and articles. This may be of particular advantage to any of you who are deployed and do not have traditional library resources available to you.

I also recommend that you contact me with the topic of your paper before you begin your research. The topic you choose may be too broad or too narrow, and a discussion may help you to focus so that your learning will be maximized and your paper will be the best it can be.

Assignments submitted late without advance notice AND instructor approval will receive a 5% per day late penalty and will not be accepted for grading five (5) days past the due date.

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Assignment Instructions:

Please review the Final Paper/Project Grading Rubric prior to submission (Click on View IRubric iRubric Link in the main Assignment List page). Once an assignment is graded, students should return to the IRubric to view the instructor’s feedback on their assignment.

Final Paper/Project is due in the Assignment portion of the classroom by Sunday11:55 p.m. ET each week. Make sure you read and understand the directions and requirements for each Assignment. Please ensure you cite your references in APA format with a minimum of 5 references (You may use your textbook as a reference and you should have a minimum of 4 academic outside references including 2 peer-reviewed journal articles). Assignments submitted late without advance notice AND instructor approval will receive a 5% per day late penalty and will not be accepted for grading five (5) days past the due date.

The Final Paper must have a minimum of 10 pages for an Undergraduate level course (excluding the title, abstract, and reference pages). The paper must be typed, double-spaced with 1-inch margins in 12-point Times New Roman font with all references cited. As always, Wikipedia, Wikianswers, and Answers.com are NOT academic/scholarly sources. Papers will be graded based on the following areas: Foundation and synthesis of knowledge, application of knowledge critical thinking, writing skills, use of computer technology and application, and organization of ideas and format. Refer to Library Online Resource Center for any research assistance. Refer to the Student Handbook for policies relevant to academic honesty and other procedures and policies related to this course.

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