Methods of utilizing the social determinants of health to improve population health

Please read the following target articles:
Note: I have attached the following PDF documents for you.

• Marmot MG: social differentials in health within and between populations- PDF Document (2.09 MB)
• Marmot MG, Bell R: Action on Health Disparities in the United States – PDF Document (63.3 KB)
• Marmot MG, Allen JJ: Social Determinants of Health Equity – PDF Document (876.2 KB)
• Phelan JC, Link BG, Tehranifar P: Social conditions as Fundamental Causes of Health Inequalities – PDF Document (220.3 KB)

Create a Keynote/PowerPoint presentation on all of the following topics —
• The evidence documenting social inequalities in health
• Define the social gradient in morbidity and mortality, including examples
• The relationship between socioeconomic status and inequalities in health
• Methods of utilizing the social determinants of health to improve population health
• Implications for healthcare policy and specific action plans to reduce health inequalities
Be sure, as part of your slide content for each topic, to cite material from the target article readings.
Use the APA format as a guideline. Grammar and spelling count.
Create a PowerPoint/Keynote presentation with
1. At least 20 slides (at least 4 slides per topic), not including the title slide and the reference list/bibliography
2. For each topic, add notes at the bottom of 2 slides to enhance the content

NOTE:
• Assignments containing less than 20 content slides (at least 4 slides per topic) will receive a 10-point deduction from the maximum earned score.
• Week Two Assignments containing less than the required 2 slide notes for each topic will receive a 10-point deduction from the maximum earned score.
This Assignment is worth a maximum of 20 points. Grading will be based on the following rubric:
Week Two Assignment Grading Rubric
Rationale and Significance
• Outstanding Achievement: 5 points
o Expresses the rationale, significance, and context of the issues being discussed.
• Commendable Achievement: 4 points
o Expresses the rationale and significance of the issues being discussed without offering contextual statements.
• Acceptable Achievement: 3 points
o Expresses the rationale of the issues being discussed without statements of significance and context.
• Unsatisfactory Achievement: 2 points
o Introduces the issues being discussed without rationale, significance, or context.
• Failing: 0 points
o Missing,
Discussion
• Outstanding Achievement: 5 points
o Includes a complete review of the concepts and viewpoints. Includes position statements for and against the viewpoint. Provides depth into the topic.
• Commendable Achievement: 4 points
o Discussion provides depth and describes concepts and viewpoints, but has omitted some relevant viewpoints.
• Acceptable Achievement: 3 points
o Discussion describes concepts and viewpoints, but has omitted some relevant sources and lacks depth.
• Unsatisfactory Achievement: 2 points
o Discussion is not supported by citations from the literature.
• Failing: 0 points
o Missing.
Meaningful Development of Ideas
• Outstanding Achievement: 5 points
o Depth and complexity of thought supported by rich, pertinent details. Supporting evidence leads to high-level idea development.
• Commendable Achievement: 4 points
o Depth of thought supported by relevant evidence and provides clear vision of the ideas. Contains details.
• Acceptable Achievement: 3 points
o Unelaborated ideas that are not fully explained or supported. Repetitive details.
• Unsatisfactory Achievement: 2 points
o Ideas are unclear and/or not well-developed.
• Failing: 0 points
o Missing.
Grammar and Vocabulary
• Outstanding Achievement: 5 points
o Nearly error-free, reflecting clear understanding and thorough proofreading. Rich and precise language.
• Commendable Achievement: 4 points
o Few grammatical and/or stylistic errors. Effective language.
• Acceptable Achievement: 3 points
o Some errors in grammar and/or format that do not interfere with clarity. Acceptable use of language.
• Unsatisfactory Achievement: 2 points
o Multiple grammatical and stylistic errors. Many errors of usage.
• Failing: 0 points
o Grammatical errors throughout the assignment. Incorrect usage of language.
Your work must be original. Please review the section on plagiarism in the Course Outline. Students found plagiarizing are subject to the penalties outlined in the Policies and Procedures section of the University Catalog, which may include a failing grade for the work in question or for the entire course. Plagiarism, the use of ideas or words of another without proper, full acknowledgment, may result in a failing grade on the paper.
The slide presentation must adhere to the guidelines established by the American Psychological Association (APA) in its most current edition.