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Place Matters Discussion [WLOs: 1, 2, 3] [CLOs: 2, 3]

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Prior to beginning work on this discussion, please read Chapters 3, 4, and 6, and also watch the Unnatural Causes: Place Matters Links to an external site. The goal of this video and discussion is to introduce more real-world examples of determinants and demonstrate how strong of an impact they can have on a person’s quality of life. This is a two-part discussion that requires you to develop a table highlighting two positive and two negative neighborhood features, and then take that information and place it on a grid that can be built upon by your classmates. Specific directions can be found below.

Part 1: Brainstorm Neighborhood Features

Determine if you currently live in a rural, suburban, or urban neighborhood. Brainstorm neighborhood features that could have positive or negative impacts on health in your neighborhood. Features may influence health directly or indirectly (for example, health benefits associated with local parks are exercise and community interaction).

Part 2: Create Your Neighborhood Features Grid

Choose four neighborhood features and at least one positive and one negative health impact for each neighborhood feature you have selected (four health impacts total).

In this discussion, after reviewing the example table shown below, add the neighborhood features table to your posting to create your own grid as noted in Part 2. Highlight four neighborhood features with each feature having at least one positive and one negative attribute noted.

NOTE: It is easiest to copy and paste the example table and then replace the sample content with your own.

Again, ensure that you do not repeat neighborhood features if they have already been mentioned by your classmates as this will impact your score. Similar to Week 1, it is somewhat like a competition, as those who post early have the broadest selection of factors.

After you have added the neighborhood features and health impacts you identified to the appropriate table cell, post your grid to the discussion forum for your classmates to view.

Neighborhood Features TableNEIGHBORHOOD FEATURES TABLE (Rural/Suburban)NEIGHBORHOOD FEATURESPOTENTIAL HEALTH IMPACTSExample: Plenty of ParksExercise; community interaction; low childhood obesity ratesUse of pesticides to minimize pests in public areasNEIGHBORHOOD FEATURES TABLE (Urban)NEIGHBORHOOD FEATURESPOTENTIAL HEALTH IMPACTSExample: Living near a major freeway or roadMore expedited access to urban amenities like gyms, health care, grocery diversityAsthma from vehicle pollution; noise disturbs sleep

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