Complete community health term paper 

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Complete community health term paper

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HCA 402: Term Paper Guidelines

Healthcare is a multidisciplinary field, e.g., there are primary care physicians, specialists, nurses, technicians, pharmacists, administrators, and others. They all work together as a single unit for common goals…”safe and quality in patient care.”

Public health is no different. Public health is also a multidisciplinary field composed of epidemiologists, environmentalists, biostatisticians, behavioral scientists, and/or health educators. Public health also includes specialists in clinical research, chronic disease, infectious disease, emergency medical services, food safety, global emergency preparedness, and response professionals. Some public health specialists focus on health disparities, international/global health, laboratory practices, maternal and child health concerns, women’s health, mental health, nutrition/dietetics, occupational health and safety, and toxicology.

Finally, there are public health officials that focus on the economics or finance, of public health and communities, in addition to public health laws and public health policies.

You Decide!

For your class term paper, choose a public health topic or public health profession that most interests you. Research your topic and show how your topic or profession chosen is integrated and/or has a positive effect on populations and community health. Example topics would be,

Environmental: Recycling Waste, or Chronic Disease: Risk Factors and Prevention, or

Biostatisticians’ Effect on Positive Social Change…or any other that relates to this class.

Term Paper Topics

You do not have to use one of these topics. If you choose a topic that is not on this list, email it to the Professor for approval to ensure it is appropriate for the course.

  • AIDS
  • Air quality, indoor
  • Ammonia
  • Anthrax
  • Arboviruses
  • Arsenic
  • Asbestos
  • Asphalt
  • Avian Flu
  • Biological Agents Registry
  • Biological indoor contaminants
  • Bioterrorism
  • Blue-green algae
  • Bovine spongiform



  • Carbon Monoxide
  • CCA-treated wood
  • Chemical exposure
  • Chlorine
  • Communicable Disease Control

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD)