HC 466 Plan & Org Comm Hlth Services
S1T 2013 DL
Adjunct Faculty Member
M.S.H.S Public HealthB.S. Environmental Management
6-8 P.M. M-F MST
Community-based Health Organizations: Advocating For Improved Health - Marcia Bayne Smith, Marcia Bayne-Smith, Sally Guttmacher - Paperback - NON-FICTION - English - 9780787964863
Academic Level : Scholarly/Graduate
Author : Marcia Bayne Smith, Yvonne J. Graham, Sally Guttmacher, Marcia Bayne-Smith
Binding : Paperback
BISAC Subject : MEDICAL / Public Health
Book Type : NON-FICTION
Dewey : 362.1/068
Language : English
LCCN : 2004022993
Library Subject : Community health services, organization & administration, Public health, United States, Voluntary health agencies, Vulnerable Populations
Pages : 362, xix, 362 p. ;
Place of Publication : United States
Publication Date : 01/21/2005
Textual Format : Textbooks, Lower level
Community-Based Health Organizations presents the basic principles and practical design and management elements that are needed to create an effective community-based health organization. Once in place, these institutions provide a viable health delivery alternative to traditional, mainstream health care organizations.
This important resource includes a historical and theoretical overview of the development of community- based health care organizations and offers guidance for developing the structure and capacity of CBHOs to effectively meet the health needs within their communities.
Filled with illustrative examples and case studies, Community-Based Health Organizations is designed to be a practical resource. The authors show how to develop leadership and strategic plans, strengthen management, leverage and maximize resources, evaluate programs, and position a CBHO in a changing and competitive health care environment.
Textbooks can be purchased through the MBS bookstore
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Educational Philosophy: Mr Brown believe higher education offers students a personal response to a universal calling to learn without prejudice through exchange. It is his purpose and mission in this course to prepare the willing student to think critically and to discover positive adaptations with knowledge of one's talents within the public health services systems and urban communities.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: This course includes a historical and theoretical overview of the development of community-based healthcare organizations (CBHOs), community health centers (CHCs) and public health agencies and offer guidance for developing and managing the structure and capacity of such institutions to effectively meet the health care needs of the marginalized in society; the poor, the uneducated, the disenfranchised immigrant populations within urban, suburban and rural communities.
Unit Grade Points and Percentage Weight
Mastery of Objectives
Exam Grade Points and Percentage Weight
Total Unit vs. Exam
90 – 100
792 - 880
80 – 89
704 - 791
70 – 79
616 - 703
60 – 69
528 - 615
0 - 527
The course grade for students will be based on the overall average of homework and tests taken during the course in accordance with the weighting of the various requirements as stated in the syllabus.
All final exams in all School of Business courses will be comprehensive and will be closed book and closed notes. They will constitute 30% of the total course grade and will not be a take-home exam. They will be completed during the test week in the period designated by the registrar or by the Proctor in the case online courses. If calculators are allowed, they will not be multifunctional electronic devices that include features such as: phones, cameras, instant messaging, pagers, and so forth. Electronic Computers will not be allowed on final exams unless an exception is made by the Dean of the School of Business.
· You must participate in all topics and discussions. Conventions of "online etiquette," which include courtesy to all users, will be observed.
· You are expected to be proactive, however if you run into a computer-related problem which you cannot solve through your own resources, you may seek assistance through me after first checking with the IT Help Desk (herein).
· Assignment will be given each week, and discussion questions will be presented. You are expected to complete all assignments and actively participate in all weekly online discussions, quizzes, etc., provided you.
Note: Lack of participation in the course for a week MAY, AT MY DISCRETION,
[based on past performance], result in an academic withdrawal from this course.
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Discussion Questions: Your weekly discussion participation score will be based on the following rubric. I have enabled the "edit" feature to allow you to correct mistakes after you have posted your comments.Assessment Areas
Number and Frequency of Posts
You posted a minimum of three (3) comments for the week. This should include one (1) original posting for the Discussion question you have chosen and two (2) postings that respond to ideas already developed by your classmates. I’m looking for more than minimal comments like "good point" or "I agree". If you agree, or disagree with another student, briefly explain why or why not.
The posted comments were substantive and relevant. It is particularly helpful to use specific examples or experiences to illustrate your point.
Proper spelling, grammar, punctuation, word choice, and sentence construction. APA format. Proofread or spell-check as part of your posting process.
NOTE: Discussion questions calling for written papers to be deposited in Doc Sharing or Dropbox will be subject to the Individual Work Rubric below for format or style only, not grading.
Individual Work Rubric: Your Individual Work participation score will be based on the following rubric. Written papers will be evaluated for both style of presentation and relevant content; particularly the use of inserted tables and graphs, etc., as necessary.
Proofread, proofread, and proofread!
Writing Mechanics: Forty percent (33%) or ten (10) points of the Thirty (30) points for the total grade:
Double-spaced, font size of twelve (12), Times New Roman.
Citations in proper APA Style.
Microsoft Word (.doc) or Microsoft Excel (.xls) or Adobe (.pdf) formats.
Use page margins of one-inch (1") on all four (4) sides.
Contain a proper MLA Style header and page header with numbered pages.
Length: 2 pages.
Include clarifying titles, subtitles, and section names as warranted for ease of reading.
Week 1, January 14 -January 20 2013
Assignments due: 20 January 2103 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion Initial discussion due 16 January 2013; 2 peer responses due January 18 2013
· Quiz 20 January 2013 11:59 PM CST
Week 2, January 21-27, 2013
Assignments due: 27 January 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion due: Initial discussion 23 January 2013 and 2 peer responses due 25 January 2013
· Quiz due: 27 January 2013 11:59 PM CST
Week 3, January 28-February 3, 2013
Assignments due: 3 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion due: 30 January 2013; 2 peer responses 2 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Quiz due: 3 February 2013 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Individual Work due: 3 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
Week 4, February 4-10, 2013
Assignments due: 10 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion due: 6 February 2013; 2 peer responses 8 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Quiz due : 10 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Individual Work due: 10 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
Week 5, February 11-17 , 2013
Assignments due: 17 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion due: Initial discussion 13 February 2013; 2 peer discussion due 15 February 2013
· Week 6, February 18-24, 2013
Assignments due: 24 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion due: Initial Discussion due 20 February 2013 and peer responses due 22 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Quiz due: 24 February 2013 11:59 PM CST
Week 7, February 25, 2013- March 3, 2013
Assignments due: 3 March 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion due: Initial discussion due 27 February 2013; 2 peer response 1 March 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Quiz due: 3 March 2013 11:59 PM CST
Week 8, March 4-10, 2013
Assignments due: 10 March 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Discussion: Initial discussion due 6 March; 2 peer responses 10 March 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Quiz due: 10 March 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Individual Work due: 10 March 2013 11:59 PM CST
· Final Exam Complete by 10 March 2013 11:59 PM CST and returned to Instructor
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Plagiarism:Plagiarism involves the use of quotations without quotation marks, the use of quotations without indication of the source, the use of another's idea without acknowledging the source, the submission of a paper, laboratory report, project, or class assignment (any portion of such) prepared by another person, or incorrect paraphrasing. from Park University 2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog Page 95ANYONE CAUGHT IN THE ACT OF PLAGIARISM WILLBE GIVEN A "F" FOR THE COURSE!
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Park University 2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog Page 98
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