Global Health

Global Health
An essay of 4000words ‘Leavingno one behind’: critically discusses this statement with regards to SustainableDevelopment Goals, specific health risks, and international responses throughstrategic actions.
 Assessment Guidance
 Essay 4000 words Yourassignment should be word-processed (handwritten assignments are not accepted),using time new roman size 12 font, double spaced, with numbered pages The wordlimits stated for this assignment excludes the reference list at the end of theassignment but includes all text in the main body of the assignment (includingdirect quotations, in-text citations, footnotes, tables, diagrams, and graphs).Please be aware that exceeding the word count limit will affect the academicjudgment of the piece of work and may result in the award of a lower mark.Appendices are not considered a supplement, and thus, will not be assessed aspart of the content of the assignment. As such, they will not contribute to thegrade awarded, however it may be appropriate to use an Appendices section forany material which is a useful reference for the reader. Please note thatappendices are not included in the word count. The majority of referencesshould come from primary sources (e.g., journal articles, conference papers,reports, etc.) although you can also utilise area-specific textbooks. You mustensure that you use the Liverpool John Moores Harvard style of referencing.Even though potential data sources and places to search for information areprovided, you are reminded that you should demonstrate original work andcritical thinking and refrain from plagiarism. You can use books, journals, andInternet sources such as reports from organizations like WHO, World Bank, andother UN agencies. All citations should be listed alphabetically by authorssurname, however, where no author is cited then do it by the organization. This isfollowed by a date except where no date is available. Then by the title of thearticle, chapter in edited text, or book title. If it is an Internet source, thewebsite address comes last.
Please indicate the word count length at the end of yourassignment.
For the assessment, you are asked to prepare an essay of4000 words ‘Leaving no one behind’:critically discuss this statement with regards to Sustainable DevelopmentGoals, specific health risks, and international responses through strategicactions.
Learning outcomesassessed
 1 Critically analysethe relationship between globalization, health transition, and risk
2 Critically analyse the idea of global health governance
3 Critically evaluate international strategic responses toglobal health risks
Your work should include and cover the followingsections/aspects and content (as shown and stated in the table below). rememberthat achievement and demonstration of both learning outcomes (1 to 3) are beingassessed in this assessment.
1)  Introduction
 Provide a clearintroduction that gives the reader a clear idea of how you have interpretedthe question. One paragraph on contextual information and one paragraph or aseries of bullet points providing clear aims. Introduce the SDG’s andspecifically SDG 3 or equivalent relevant goal linked to your choice of healthrisk and the statement ‘leave no one behind’ – this needs to be brief. (15marks)
2) Discussion
 Discuss some of thekey health risks related to the social and/or commercial determinants of healthin relation to the relevant SDG targets – you can focus on a particular area sothis might be related to NCD’s, CD’s or migration risks (linked to decent work)(30 marks)
3) Implications
Critically evaluate the role of global organisations andtheir response to your identified risk area. Things to consider in youranalysis include the ability of global organisations to enforce or evenimplement global agreements. Provide examples of some of thechallenges/barriers faced by global actors/organisations in their role toimprove global health. (30 marks)
4) Conclusion
Effective summary of key points. (10 marks)
5) Presentation andReferencing
 High-quality presentationthat conforms to principles of academic writing and contains minimal errors insentence construction, grammar, and punctuation. The assignment followedappropriate academic conventions regarding in-text citations and referencing.