HS4005 Statistics for Public Health | My Assignment Tutor

University of East London School of Health and Bioscience Bsc Public Health Level 4 Term 2 HS4005 Statistics for Public Health Component no:- 1 Title: E-portfolio of statistics and data analysis activities Format: Essay Word count: 3000 (+/- 10%) Weighting: 100% Submission date: 20th May 2021 Turnitin: This assessment is to be submitted via Turnitin. Learning Outcomes to be assessed Understand the basic principles of managing, interpreting and reporting data statistical software, such as SPSS (DP, EID, COI, PID).Interpret the results of basic statistical analyses and define key terms used in them (SID).Select and perform appropriate statistical analyses of health data (DP).Present statistical findings using graphs, tables and other appropriate analysis representations (DP, COI).Produce summaries of data held on computer (DP/EID).Demonstrate transferable data management and analysis skills (DP). Details of tasks This assessment comprises of 4 tasks, you are required to complete task 1 and 2 and select between task 3 option A or option B. Please complete all 3 tasks you have selected for your submission to meet the 3000-word count requirement. The word count in bracket are only to serve as guide, you can change this but ensure no more than 3000 words (± 10%) in total. Please use academically accepted reference/citation sources (Harvard style) for your submission as required. Task 1 Select on four (4) quantitative peer reviewed primary research studies that are relevant to statistical analysis in Public Health relating to any Public Health topic of your choice. Outline the aim of the study, the research design, critique the analysis used and the findings from each study. (total 1000 words). Task 2 Choose any four of these terms to explain (total 800 words). SamplingCase-control studyCohort studyHypothesis testingConfidence intervalParametric statisticsValidityReliability Data analysis Task 3 (Option A) There are two parts to this task, you are asked to analyse the data presented on Moodle for this task in the first part of the task, make clear justification for the statistical test and summarise your analysis. In the second part, a study was conducted among 1st year students in a University to determine the impact of coffee intake on test scores. Follow instructions provided for Task 3 (Option A) on Moodle (1200 words). Task 3 (Option B) This task have two aspects, you will be required to answer questions based on the observational data provided on Moodle in the first part. In the second part of this task, you are required to run SPSS analysis that you have been provided with on Moodle. You are required to show all steps involved in the analysis (1200 words). Late submissions will attract 5% deduction penalty for awarded mark.  Feedback Feedback will be available made available within 20 working days after submission. Generic feedback will be posted on Moodle after first making is completed. Individual feedback and mark will be released once first and second marking have been completed. Task1F 0 – 29F 30-393 40-492.2 50-592.1 60-691st 70-100Evidence of UnderstandingLittle or noLimitedVariableReasonableSoundExtensive    è                                    Original/creative                                                                                            DepthInsufficient depthSuperficialMainly superficial, limited deeper explorationSome points explored deeplyMost points explored deeplyDeep exploration of all points    è        Critical analysis/                                                                        evaluation  Development of argument/ analysis and evaluation  No analysis or evaluation  Limited analysis/ evaluationVariable analysis/ evaluationReasonable analysis/ evaluationSound analysis/ evaluationExtensive                è             Critical/analytical/original                        Task 2F 0 – 29F 30-393 40-492.2 50-592.1 60-691st 70-100Evidence of UnderstandingLittle or noLimitedVariableReasonableSoundExtensive    è                                    Original/creative                                                                                            DepthInsufficient depthSuperficialMainly superficial, limited deeper explorationSome points explored deeplyMost points explored deeplyDeep exploration of all points    è        Critical analysis/                                                                        evaluation  Task 3F 0 – 29F 30-393 40-492.2 50-592.1 60-691st 70-100Evidence of UnderstandingLittle or noLimitedVariableReasonableSoundExtensive    è                                    Original/creative                                                                                            DataAbsent; no clear description of data calculation/analysisInadequate/inappropriate choice of data management/analysis proceduresAccurate report of data management/analysis; basic calculation of data with appropriate analysesKey analyses conducted; detailed show of calculations of all data management/analysis procedures with interpretationExtensive analyses demonstrating awareness of the process with interpretation of resultsComprehensive, detailed description of the management/analysis procedures demonstrating critical awareness of the process and interpretation of results.ResultsUnclear presentation of results; inappropriate use of visual representation of the dataLimited evaluation of results; inadequate/inappropriate description and visual representation of the dataBasic evaluation of results presented using appropriate written description/visual representationKey and relevant presentation of results; accurate visual representation of the data which facilitates explanation of the written descriptionDetailed presentation of results; visual representation of the data enhances written descriptionComprehensive, detailed presentation of results with supporting visual representation of data; written description demonstrates understandingIllustrations and tablesAbsent/ irrelevantConfusing/ incorrect  Do not support work  Partially support workClarify workEnhance work            è              Extend scope of workTask 4F 0 – 29F 30-393 40-492.2 50-592.1 60-691st 70-100Evidence of UnderstandingLittle or noLimitedVariableReasonableSoundExtensive    è                                    Original/creative                                                                                            DataAbsent; no clear description of SPSS data management/analysisInadequate/inappropriate choice of SPSS data management/analysis proceduresAccurate report of SPSS data management/analysis; basic examination of data with appropriate analysesKey analyses conducted; sound description of all SPSS data management/analysis proceduresExtensive analyses demonstrating awareness of the processComprehensive, detailed description of the management/analysis procedures demonstrating critical awareness of the processResultsUnclear presentation of results; inappropriate use of visual representation of the dataLimited evaluation of results; inadequate/inappropriate description and visual representation of the dataBasic evaluation of results presented using appropriate written description/visual representationKey and relevant presentation of results; accurate visual representation of the data which facilitates explanation of the written descriptionDetailed presentation of results; visual representation of the data enhances written descriptionComprehensive, detailed presentation of results with supporting visual representation of data; written description demonstrates understandingIllustrations and tablesAbsent/ irrelevantConfusing/ incorrect  Do not support work  Partially support workClarify workEnhance work            è              Extend scope of work       Overall Tasks 1-4ReferencingNo referencingReferencing incorrectSignificant errors/omissionsSome errors and/or omissionsReferences generally cited correctly with few errors/ omissionsReferences correctly cited  è    Professional standardWritten communication (including grammar, spelling, sentence and paragraph construction)***Many errors, text cannot be followedFrequent, major errors – text difficult to followFrequent errors – impairs readabilityOccasional errors – text mainly clearFew minor errors – text clearNo errors     è     Enhanced readability/comprehension

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