Compose a focused paper that explains and describes your healthcare issue/topic

Compose a focused paper that explains and describes your healthcare issue/topic from the scientific andmathematical/analytical perspectives of inquiry. (You will cover two perspectives in one paper.)Address your general topic by forming and answering two levels of research questions for each inquiry.Choose a “Level 1 Research Question/Writing Prompt” from both of the lists below to answer in the paper.
Compose a “Level 2 Research Question/Writing Prompt” for each kind of inquiry that provides detail, specificity, and focus to your inquiry, research, and writing.
State your research questions in the introduction of your paper.
Answer each research question and support your assertions with evidence (research) to form the body of your paper.
In the conclusion of the paper, briefly review the issues, research questions, answers, and insights.
Level 1 Research Questions/Writing PromptsSCIENTIFIC Perspective of Inquiry
What are the anatomical, physiological, pathological, or epidemiological issues?
Which body systems are affected?
What happens at the cellular or genetic level?
Which chemical or biological issues are most important?
Level 1 Research Questions/Writing PromptsMATHEMATICAL/ANALYTICAL Perspective of Inquiry
What are the economic issues involved?
Which economic theories or approaches best explain the issue?
What are the statistical facts related to the issue?
Which statistical processes used to study the issue provide for the best explanation or understanding?
Your paper must be five pages in length and reference four to six scholarly, peer-reviewed resources. Be sure to follow current APA Style (e.g., spacing, font, headers, titles, abstracts, page numbering).Refer to the rubric for evaluation details and to assist in preparing the paper.Points: 100 Due: Sunday, 11:59 p.m. (Pacific time)RubricGeneral Education Standardized Rubric: Week 3 Written AssignmentGeneral Education Standardized Rubric: Week 3 Written AssignmentCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent35 to >31.15 ptsFully addresses all elements of the assignment and provides detail and quality examples. It is clear that the student fully understands the key issues.31.15 to >25.2 ptsAddresses most elements of the assignment. Few details or examples support the paper. It is clear that the student has a general understanding of the issues.25.2 to >20.65 ptsAddresses a few elements of the assignment; many are not addressed. Details and examples are missing. It is clear that the student does not understand many aspects of the key issues.20.65 to >0 ptsMost elements of the assignment are not addressed. There are no details or examples provided. It is clear that the student does not understand the key issues.35 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication35 to >31.15 ptsAssignment shows strong, insightful evidence of the synthesis and application of the ideas and concepts.31.15 to >25.2 ptsAssignment shows some evidence of the synthesis and application of the ideas and concepts.25.2 to >20.65 ptsAssignment shows little evidence of the synthesis and application of the ideas and concepts.20.65 to >0 ptsAssignment shows no evidence of the synthesis and application of the ideas and concepts.35 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThesis Statement10 to >8.9 ptsThesis statement provides a clear, compelling argument on an appropriate topic with a thoughtful approach that is clear and concise but not too simplistic. It is clear that initial research has begun.8.9 to >7.2 ptsThesis statement provides an argument on an appropriate topic. The thesis indicates a general approach to the topic and may need refining.7.2 to >5.9 ptsPresents a thesis statement but lacks a thoughtful exploration on the topic.5.9 to >0 ptsThe thesis statement is missing or lacks any exploration on the topic.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Mechanics10 to >8.9 ptsThe writing demonstrates sophisticated clarity and conciseness and is extremely well organized. Punctuation, spelling, and capitalization are all correct with minimal to no errors.8.9 to >7.2 ptsThe writing is clear, concise, and well organized. May contain a few punctuation, spelling, or capitalization errors.7.2 to >5.9 ptsThe writing lacks clarity, conciseness, or organization. Several errors in punctuation, spelling, and capitalization detract from the readability of the paper.5.9 to >0 ptsThe writing is unfocused and poorly organized. Many errors in punctuation, spelling, and capitalization detract from the readability of the paper.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources and APA Formatting10 to >8.9 ptsUses APA Style accurately and consistently to cite sources without errors. Meets length and formatting requirements of the assignment. The required number of relevant audience-appropriate sources have been expertly cited and integrated into the content to support ideas.8.9 to >7.2 ptsAPA Style is used with few citation errors. Meets most length and formatting requirements of the assignment. Reputable audience-appropriate sources have been included but may not be well integrated. The source content minimally supports ideas.7.2 to >5.9 ptsReflects incomplete knowledge of APA Style with many errors. Meets few length and formatting requirements of the assignment. At least one source is used but is not cited properly, is not reputable, or is inappropriate for the audience or topic. The source does not support ideas.5.9 to >0 ptsDoes not use APA style; there are pervasive errors throughout the paper. Does not meet length or formatting requirements of the assignment. Sources are not provided.10 ptsTotal Points: 100
Requirements: 5 pages including reference page and title age

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