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This is a group activity. For more information on groups, please see About Group Work.
For this small group discussion topic, you and your group will be assigned by your instructor to read and discuss one of the journal articles you consulted in Module One regarding a public health issue. You will examine the article to determine the type of study design that was used to address the issue and why it was appropriate in the particular case.
To complete this assignment, review the
PHE 327 Module Four Journal Guidelines and Rubric
Sampling: How Will You Go About It?
In this course, the journal tool will be used for reflection. Journal activities in this course are private between you and the instructor.
Overview: One of the most important things public health professionals do in conducting research is sampling a population. For this journal task, you will watch
two videos about sampling and begin to think about how you will sample the target population to address the research question you have proposed for your
final project, the research concept paper.
Prompt: Watch the following two videos:
Random Sampling: How Many Fish?
Keeping your target population in mind, address the following in your journal assignment:
Sample Size: What sample size might you use to collect data on the target population? For instance, will you seek to sample individuals or groups within
the target population sharing similar characteristics? Explain your reasoning.
Sampling Frame: How might you go about gaining access to your sample population?
Reference the videos and the work you have so far done on your final project (in Milestones One and Two) to support your answers. You will build upon t
Bronx Health Education Project for West African Immigrants :
This article explores using health education to address immigrants’ diet and health. As you read the article, consider what kind of research question the authors asked. Was it descriptive, rational, or causal?
THIS IS THE ARTICLE AND INSTRUCTON FOR THE DISCUSSION POST.