Unit I PowerPoint Presentation
Create a 10- to 12-slide PowerPoint presentation on a recent public health crisis that demonstrated the need for enormous coordination among multiple entities. You should review the grading rubric for this assignment prior to beginning your work and prior to submitting your assignment.
Address the following key points:
Your presentation should address the increasing roles of private sector and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in delivery of aid and community recovery from disasters and public health crises. The presentation should also include a section addressing the emotional and social impact of a public health crisis or disaster on a community.
You will use various sources, including your textbook or other scholarly material. You are also encouraged to review media coverage of the event by accessing local or national media sites (i.e., print newspapers, local television sites, or community-based news sites). Since you will not be presenting this PowerPoint to your instructor in person, you may sometimes need to add written explanation for the content of your slides. If this becomes necessary, you may use the PowerPoint slide notes function to provide brief explanations.
You will need to emphasize your key points so you will want to consider how fonts, colors, images, and backgrounds support this emphasis. A combination approach is appropriate, but it is recommended that you avoid excessive use of any one form of visual strategy. Each slide should address a single concept and slides should follow a logical progression, each building on the other.
Treat your PowerPoint slides like you would any research paper—provide in-text citations and a reference slide for any outside sources, including direct quotations, paraphrased words or ideas, tables and data, and images. Use resources in the CSU Success Center to assist in citing all forms of references appropriately. The title and reference slides are not included in the required slide count. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted materials must have accompanying citations.